Uruapan International Airport
|Uruapan International Airport
Aeropuerto Internacional de Uruapan
|Operator||Aeropuertos y Servicios Auxiliares|
|Elevation AMSL||5,258 ft / 1,603 m|
Source: Aeropuertos y Servicios Auxiliares
Uruapan International Airport (IATA: UPN, ICAO: MMPN), also known as "Lic. y Gen. Ignacio López Rayón International Airport", serves the Mexican city of Uruapan, and it is the second busiest and second largest international gateway of the Mexican state of Michoacán after Morelia International Airport. It has one terminal. The airport is operated by Aeropuertos y Servicios Auxiliares, a federal government-owned corporation.
The airport sports an asphalt runway 2,400 meters (or 7,874 feet) in length, capable of accommodating aircraft like the Boeing 737 and the Airbus 320. The runway's approach vectors are 20 degrees for the north end of the runway and 200 degrees for the south end. The runway is located at an elevation of 1,603 meters (5,258 feet, or just short of a mile) above sea level.
In 2015, the airport handled 110,067 passengers, and in 2016 it handled 128,673 passengers.
Airlines and destinations
|Volaris||Los Angeles, Tijuana|
Accidents and incidents
- TAESA Flight 725, a DC-9, crashed on take-off from Uruapan international airport en route to Mexico City on November 25, 1999, killing 18 people.
- Uruapan Intl. Airport
- Airport information for MMPN at World Aero Data. Data current as of October 2006.
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