Tamarindo Airport

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Tamarindo Airport
IATA: TNOICAO: MRTM
Summary
Airport type Private
Location Tamarindo, Costa Rica
Elevation AMSL 13 m / 43 ft
Coordinates 10°18′57″N 085°48′44″W / 10.31583°N 85.81222°W / 10.31583; -85.81222Coordinates: 10°18′57″N 085°48′44″W / 10.31583°N 85.81222°W / 10.31583; -85.81222
Map
MRTM is located in Costa Rica
MRTM
MRTM
Location in Costa Rica
Runways
Direction Length Surface
m ft
07/25 800 2,625 asphalt
Statistics (2014)
Passengers 30,108
Passenger change 13–14 Increase95.1%

Tamarindo Airport (IATA: TNOICAO: MRTM) is a private airport that serves Tamarindo, a coastal resort in Guanacaste province, Costa Rica. It is serviced daily with scheduled flights from San José and Liberia, and private charter services are available as well. During the rainy season, the airport is frequently closed due to the weather.

Tamarindo airport is the fifth busiest in the country by passenger traffic, the third busiest domestic-only airport after Puerto Jiménez and Quepos and the busiest private-managed airport in Costa Rica.

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Scheduled services[edit]

Airlines Destinations
Nature Air Liberia, San José
Sansa Airlines San José

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 34,143 26,321 20,755 17,807 16,548 15,436 30,108 T.B.A.
Growth (%) Decrease 14.89% Decrease 22.91% Decrease 21.15% Decrease 14.20% Decrease 7.07% Decrease 6.72% Increase 95.05% 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 29,748 27,132 29,762 35,434 40,633 36,679 41,400 40,118
Growth (%) N.A. Decrease 8.79% Increase 9.69% Increase 19.06% Increase 14.67% Decrease 9.73% Increase 12.87% Decrease 3.10%
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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