Mariscal Sucre Airport (Venezuela)

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Mariscal Sucre Airport
Escuela Mariscal Sucre Airport
Airport type Public/Military
Serves Maracay
Elevation AMSL 1,338 ft / 408 m
Coordinates 10°15′00″N 67°39′00″W / 10.25000°N 67.65000°W / 10.25000; -67.65000Coordinates: 10°15′00″N 67°39′00″W / 10.25000°N 67.65000°W / 10.25000; -67.65000
MYC is located in Venezuela
Location of the airport in Venezuela
Direction Length Surface
m ft
11/29 2,000 6,562 Asphalt
06/24 1,300 4,265 Asphalt
Sources: GCM[1] Google Maps[2]

Mariscal Sucre Airport (IATA: MYCICAO: SVBS) is an airport in the Carabobo state of Venezuela, serving the city of Maracay. The airport is on the northeastern shore of Lake Valencia.

The airport is named in honor of Antonio José de Sucre, a leader of the Venezuelan War of Independence and the second president of Bolivia.

Runway 11/29 length does not include a 85 metres (279 ft) displaced threshold for Runway 29. Runway 06/24 has a 53 metres (174 ft) paved overrun on each end.

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