Njoeng Jacob Kondre Airstrip

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Njoeng Jacob Kondre Airstrip
Airport type Public
Operator Luchtvaartdienst Suriname
Location Njoeng Jacob Kondre, Suriname
Elevation AMSL 82 ft / 25 m
Coordinates 04°56′09″N 55°32′05″W / 4.93583°N 55.53472°W / 4.93583; -55.53472Coordinates: 04°56′09″N 55°32′05″W / 4.93583°N 55.53472°W / 4.93583; -55.53472
SMJK is located in Suriname
Location in Suriname
Direction Length Surface
m ft
12/30 490 1,608 Grass
Sources: GCM[1] Google Maps[2]

Njoeng Jacob Kondre Airstrip (ICAO: SMJK), near Njoeng Jacob Kondre, Suriname.

Charters and destinations[edit]

Charter Airlines serving this airport are:[citation needed]

Blue Wing AirlinesParamaribo, Zorg en Hoop Airport
Caricom AirwaysParamaribo, Zorg en Hoop Airport
Gum AirParamaribo, Zorg en Hoop Airport
Hi-Jet Helicopter ServicesParamaribo, Zorg en Hoop Airport
Suriname Air Force / Surinaamse LuchtmachtParamaribo, Zorg en Hoop Airport
Surinaamse Medische Zendings Vliegdienst / MAFParamaribo, Zorg en Hoop Airport

Accidents or incidents[edit]

  • Suriname On 10 February 2001 Gum Air’s GAF Nomad N24A, registered PZ-TBP was written-off when it crashed on a flight from Paramaribo – Zanderij Johan Adolf Pengel International Airport PBM/SMJP to Njoeng Jacob Kondre Airstrip (IATA: SMJK). The Nomad plane had fallen out of radio contact, and personnel at the airstrip in Jacob Kondre said it was flying low and crashed into a mountain. All 9 passengers plus the pilot perished.[3]

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