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Sinop Airport (Brazil)

Presidente João Figueiredo Airport is the airport serving Sinop, Brazil. It is named after João Baptista de Oliveira Figueiredo, the 30th President of Brazil. It is operated by Aeroeste.

Corumba International Airport

Corumba International Airport the second most important airport of Mato Grosso do Sul, just behind Campo Grande International Airport. Built on a site of 290 ha, it has capacity for medium size planes as a Boeing 737 and Fokker 100. The airport w ...

Diamantina Airport

Juscelino Kubitschek Airport, also called Diamantina Airport), is the airport serving Diamantina, Brazil.

Patos de Minas Airport

On March 7, 2012, because of safety concerns, the National Civil Aviation Agency of Brazil ANAC imposed operational restrictions related to scheduled flights on the airport until irregularities are solved. General aviation operations were not aff ...

São João del-Rei Airport

Prefeito Octavio de Almeida Neves Airport is the airport serving São João del-Rei, Brazil. The airport is named after a former Mayor of São João del-Rei. It is operated by Socicam.

Usiminas Airport

Usiminas Airport, also known as Steel Valley Regional Airport, is the airport serving Ipatinga, Brazil, located in the adjoining municipality of Santana do Paraiso. It is administrated by Socicam.

Varginha Airport

Major-Brigadeiro Trompowsky Airport is the airport serving Varginha, Brazil. The airport is named after Armando Figueira Trompowsky de Almeida former Minister of the Brazilian Air Force.

Itaituba Airport

Itaituba is one of the most important airports in the southwest region of the state of Para, being classified as a regional airport. It is served by regular flights. In addition, air taxi companies offer flights to small villages and localities f ...

Porto Trombetas Airport

Porto Trombetas Airport is the airport serving the district of Porto Trombetas in Oriximina, Brazil. It is operated by the mining company Mineração Rio do Norte S/A.

Santarem-Maestro Wilson Fonseca Airport

Santarem–Maestro Wilson Fonseca Airport is the airport serving Santarem, Brazil. It is named after the composer Wilson Dias da Fonseca, who was born in Santarem. It is operated by Infraero.

Arapongas Airport

Alberto Bertelli Airport is the airport serving Arapongas, Brazil. It is operated by the Municipality of Arapongas under the supervision of Aeroportos do Parana SEIL.

Campo Mourão Airport

Cel. Geraldo Guias de Aquino, is the airport serving Campo Mourão, Brazil. It is operated by the Municipality of Acampo Mourão under the supervision of Aeroportos do Parana SEIL.

Slender hop clover

Trifolium micranthum, the slender trefoil or slender hop clover, is a plant species of the genus Trifolium in the "pea family" ; Fabaceae or Papillionaceae. It is distributed in Central and Western Europe on river dunes. It is an annual species w ...

Guaira Airport

Walter Martins de Oliveira Municipal Airport is the airport serving Guaira, Brazil. It is operated by the Municipality of Guaira under the supervision of Aeroportos do Parana SEIL.

Porecatu Airport

18 August 2000: a VASP Boeing 737-2A1 registration PP-SMG en route from Foz do Iguaçu to Curitiba was hijacked by 5 persons with the purpose of robbing BRL 5 million approximately US$2.75 million at that time that the aircraft was transporting. T ...

Picos Airport

Sen. Helvidio Nunes Airport is the airport serving Picos, Brazil. The airport is named after Helvidio Nunes de Barros, former mayor of Picos, Governor of Piaui and Senator. It is operated by Esaero.

São Raimundo Nonato Airport

Serra da Capivara Airport is the airport serving São Raimundo Nonato, Brazil. It is named after Serra da Capivara National Park. It is operated by Esaero.

Macae Airport

Benedito Lacerda Airport is the airport serving Macae, Brazil. The airport is named after Benedicto Lacerda, a musician born in Macae. It is operated by Flughafen Zurich AG.

Mossoro Airport

Gov. Dix-Sept Rosado Airport is the airport serving Mossoro, Brazil. Since May 27, 1953 the airport is named after Jeronimo Dix-sept Rosado Maia, former Mayor of Mossoro and Governor of Rio Grande do Norte.

Lauro Kurtz Airport

1 July 1963: a Varig Douglas C-47B-20-DK registration PP-VBV flying from Porto Alegre and Carazinho to Passo Fundo collided with trees on high ground and crashed shortly before arriving in Passo Fundo. Of the 18 passengers and crew aboard, 15 died.

Rio Grande Airport

Rio Grande Regional Airport, also known as Gustavo Cramer Airport is the airport serving Rio Grande, Brazil. It is operated by DAP.

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