Parismina Airport

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Parismina Airport
Summary
Airport type Public
Operator Directorate General of Civil Aviation of Costa Rica
Location Parismina, Costa Rica
Elevation AMSL 2 m / 7 ft
Coordinates 10°18′09″N 083°20′45″W / 10.30250°N 83.34583°W / 10.30250; -83.34583Coordinates: 10°18′09″N 083°20′45″W / 10.30250°N 83.34583°W / 10.30250; -83.34583
Map
MRBP is located in Costa Rica
MRBP
MRBP
Location in Costa Rica
Runways
Direction Length Surface
m ft
14/32 900 2,953 concrete
Statistics (2014)
Passengers 712
Passenger change 13–14 Increase8.2%

Parismina Airport (ICAO: MRBP) is an airport that serves Parismina, a coastal town in Siquirres Canton, Limón Province, Costa Rica. In some cases the airport is also referred as Barra de Parismina Airport.

Parismina Airport has a concrete airstrip of 900 m and very few basic facilities for passengers, although the airport is in downtown Parismina, next to the village's cemetery. The airport is owned and managed by the country's Directorate General of Civil Aviation.

Currently, there are no scheduled domestic services to Parismina airport, but the airfield is constantly served by charter services.

Passenger Statistics[edit]

These data show number of passengers movements into the airport, according to the Directorate General of Civil Aviation of Costa Rica's Statistical Yearbooks.

Year 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Passengers 2,370 2,427 1,389 1,133 690 658 712 T.B.A.
Growth (%) Decrease 35.96% Increase 2.41% Decrease 42.77% Decrease 18.43% Decrease 39.10% Decrease 4.64% Increase 8.21% T.B.A.
Source: Costa Rica's Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGAC). Statistical Yearbooks
(Years 2008,[3] 2009,[4] 2010,[5] 2011,[6] 2012,[7] 2013,[8] and 2014[2])
Year 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007
Passengers 800 390 190 404 547 2,239 4,253 3,701
Growth (%) N.A. Decrease 51.25% Decrease 51.28% Increase112.63% Increase 35.40% Increase309.32% Increase 89.85% Decrease 12.98%
Source: Costa Rica's Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGAC). Statistical Yearbooks
(Years 2000-2005,[9] 2006,[10] and 2007,[11])

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