Longte Puechaésa A'éropō

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Z17, 36.36001 °N, 119.24952 °E
Longte Puechaésa Airport
Longte Puechaésa A'éropō
(national name)

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Basic information
Country Kojo flag ddtuga.png Kojo
City Pyingshum
Began operation 1948, closed for scheduled flights in 2002
WAAT PLP
ANACA DKLP
Time zone +7
Statistics
Runways
Direction Length
3,231 m
Helipads
Number Length
Transport
Communication
Postcode 100?

Longte Puechaésa A'éropō is a military, express-cargo, government and most notably a charter airport in Kojo's capital Pyingshum. Since 1997, Pyingshum International Airport is the city's new main airport. The airport's former terminal building has been turned into a conference centre with related facilities and two of the three runways are disused.

Statistics

Type of flights Number of aircraft movements/year Notes
Private Flights 6.230 Total Passenger count: 10.340
Government 984
Military 78
Express Cargo 61
Fire fighting and rescue 4