|Gov. Dix-Sept Rosado Airport|
Aeroporto Gov. Dix-Sept Rosado
|Elevation AMSL||23 m / 77 ft|
Gov. Dix-Sept Rosado Airport (IATA: MVF, ICAO: SBMS) is the airport serving Mossoró, Brazil. Since May 27, 1953 the airport is named after Jerônimo Dix-sept Rosado Maia (1911-1951), former Mayor of Mossoró and Governor of Rio Grande do Norte.
The airport is named after Jerônimo Dix-Sept Rosado Maia (1911-1951), former Mayor of Mossoró and Governor of Rio Grande do Norte, who died on a Lóide Aéreo Nacional air crash near Aracaju on July 12, 1951.
Due to lack of a lighting system on the runway, the airport was closed between 2007 and 2010. On October 2010 it was opened again for daylight traffic.
Airlines and destinations
|Azul Brazilian Airlines||Recife|
The airport is located 4 km (2 mi) from downtown Mossoró.