Santa Rosa Airport (Argentina)

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Santa Rosa Airport
Aeropuerto de Santa Rosa
Airport type Public / Military
Operator Government and Aeropuertos Argentina 2000
Serves Santa Rosa, La Pampa
Location Ruta N35, km 330. (L6300) Santa Rosa
Elevation AMSL 630 ft / 192 m
Coordinates 36°35′31″S 64°16′46″W / 36.59194°S 64.27944°W / -36.59194; -64.27944Coordinates: 36°35′31″S 64°16′46″W / 36.59194°S 64.27944°W / -36.59194; -64.27944
RSA is located in Argentina
Location of airport in Argentina
Direction Length Surface
m ft
01/19 2,300 7,541 Asphalt
Statistics (2016)
Total passengers 42.294
Source: DAFIF

Santa Rosa Airport (Spanish: Aeropuerto de Santa Rosa) (IATA: RSAICAO: SAZR) is an airport in La Pampa Province, Argentina serving the city of Santa Rosa and Toay, built in 1940.

1 September 1940 was the first regular flight to Santa Rosa, in a military Junkers, en route from Buenos Aires to Esquel Airport vía Santa Rosa, Presidente Perón International Airport (in Neuquén), and San Carlos de Bariloche Airport (in Bariloche).[citation needed]

In 1971, the Terminal was built; 1988 the runway was re-paved and taken to its 2,300m (7,541 ft); in 1996 it was installed an ILS and new VOR, and in 1999, Aeropuertos Argentina 2000 started running it.

It was previously a destination of LADE, LAER, and Southern Winds. In 2007, 12915 passengers used Santa Rosa Airport.


Santa Rosa Airport has 208 ha and its ICAO category is 4C.

  • Runway: 69,000 m²
  • Taxiway: 1,920 m²
  • Platforms: 11,380 m²
  • Terminal: 485 m²
  • Hangars: 1,198 m²
  • Parking Places: 3,750 m² (88 cars)

Airlines and destinations[edit]

Airlines Destinations
Aerolíneas Argentinas
operated by Austral Líneas Aéreas
Buenos Aires-Aeroparque


External links[edit]

  • [1], Organismo Regulador del Sistema Nacional de Aeropuertos