Satu Mare International Airport

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Satu Mare International Airport

Aeroportul Internațional Satu Mare

Szatmárnémeti Nemzetközi Repülőtér
Summary
Airport typePublic
OperatorConsiliul Judeţean Satu Mare
ServesSatu Mare County
LocationSatu Mare
Elevation AMSL414 ft / 126 m
Coordinates47°42′12″N 022°53′08″E / 47.70333°N 22.88556°E / 47.70333; 22.88556 (Satu Mare International Airport)Coordinates: 47°42′12″N 022°53′08″E / 47.70333°N 22.88556°E / 47.70333; 22.88556 (Satu Mare International Airport)
Websitewww.aeroportulsm.ro
Map
SUJ is located in Romania
SUJ
SUJ
Location of airport in Romania
Runways
Direction Length Surface
m ft
01/19 2,500 8,202 Concrete
Statistics (2018)
Passengers75,692 (Increase 24,5%)
Aircraft movements1,796
Source: Romanian AIP at EUROCONTROL,[1]
Statistics[2][3][4]

Satu Mare Airport (IATA: SUJ, ICAO: LRSM) is an international airport located in north west Romania, 14 km (8.7 mi) south[1] of Satu Mare municipality, the capital of Satu Mare County.

History[edit]

Satu Mare Airport is one of the first airports in Romania, officially opened in 1936.[citation needed] The first plane that arrived to Satu Mare Airport was a Junkers 34 airplane, that operated the Cluj - Satu Mare - Oradea - Cluj route.[citation needed]

The current runway was inaugurated in 1975.[citation needed]

Airlines and destinations[edit]

AirlinesDestinations
TAROM Bucharest
Seasonal: Constanța
Wizz Air London-Luton

Statistics[edit]

Year Passengers Changes
2008 7,298 Steady
2009 11,101 Increase 52.1%
2010 18,859 Increase 69.9%
2011 23,469 Increase 24.4%
2012 19,289 Decrease 17.8%
2013 16,192 Decrease 16.1%
2014 12,644 Decrease 16.1%
2015 17,212 Increase 36.1%
2016 23,796 Increase 38.3%
2017 60,795 Increase 155.8%
2018 75,692 Increase 24.5%

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