Los Brasiles Airport

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Los Brasiles Airport
Pista Aérea Carlos Ulloa
Summary
Airport type Public
Owner/Operator Instituto Nicaragüense de Aeronáutica Civil
Location Los Brasiles, Managua
Elevation AMSL 262 ft / 80 m
Coordinates 12°11′24″N 086°21′14″W / 12.19000°N 86.35389°W / 12.19000; -86.35389Coordinates: 12°11′24″N 086°21′14″W / 12.19000°N 86.35389°W / 12.19000; -86.35389
Map
MNBR is located in Nicaragua
MNBR
MNBR
Location in Nicaragua
Runways
Direction Length Surface
m ft
09/27 915 3,002 asphalt

Los Brasiles Airport (Spanish: Pista Aérea Carlos Ulloa) (ICAO: MNBR) is an airfield located in Los Brasiles, municipality of Mateare, Nicaragua.[1]

History[edit]

In the early 1980s, the airstrip was used primarily by light aircraft for aerial fumigation. The Los Brasiles Airport was renovated in 2010 by the Nicaraguan Civil Aeronautics Authority (INAC).

The Aviation Technical Training Institute (INTECA) was located for several years at Los Brasiles Airport.[2][3]

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