Maridi Airport

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Maridi Airport
Airport type Public, Civilian
Owner Civil Aviation Authority of South Sudan
Serves Maridi, South Sudan
Location Maridi,  South Sudan
Elevation AMSL 2,300 ft / 700 m
Coordinates 04°54′10″N 29°26′36″E / 4.90278°N 29.44333°E / 4.90278; 29.44333Coordinates: 04°54′10″N 29°26′36″E / 4.90278°N 29.44333°E / 4.90278; 29.44333
Maridi is located in South Sudan
Location of Maridi Airport in South Sudan
Direction Length Surface
ft m
4,921 1,500 Unpaved

Maridi Airport is an airport serving Maridi in South Sudan.


Maridi Airport (IATA: n/aICAO: HSMD) is located in Maridi East County in Maridi State, in the town of Maridi,[2] near the International border with the Democratic Republic of the Congo. This location lies approximately 236 kilometres (147 mi), by air, west of Juba International Airport, South Sudan's largest airport.[3] The geographic coordinates of this airport are: 4° 54' 0.00" N, 29° 26' 24.00"E (Latitude: 4.9000; Longitude: 29.4400). Maridi Airport is situated 700 metres (2,300 ft) above sea level.


Maridi Airport is a small civilian airport that serves the town of Maridi and surrounding communities. A flood in 1993 destroyed the easternmost portion of the runway. A packed dirt strip was hastily built; however, a permanent fix has not been created yet.

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