Mabaruma Airport

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Mabaruma Airport
Summary
Airport typePublic
Serves Mabaruma, Guyana
Elevation  AMSL 102 ft / 31 m
Coordinates 8°12′05″N59°46′35″W / 8.20139°N 59.77639°W / 8.20139; -59.77639 Coordinates: 8°12′05″N59°46′35″W / 8.20139°N 59.77639°W / 8.20139; -59.77639
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SYMB
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05/235181,699Asphalt
Sources: HERE Maps [1] SkyVector [2] GCM [3]

Mabaruma Airport( IATA : USI, ICAO : SYMB) is an airport serving the town of Mabaruma, capital of the Barima-Waini Region of Guyana.

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Mabaruma Airport is located in the Hobo hill area of Mabaruma. It has two daily flights into Mabaruma every day of the week. It also has an afternoon flight every Wednesday. The two airlines that come in from Georgetown are Trans Guyana Airways and Air Service Guyana. [4] The flight from Mabaruma Airport to Georgetown's Eugene F. Correira International Airport (formerly Ogle Airport) is roughly one hour.

In 2019 a new flight was included when Roraima Airways agreed to fly three times a week to Mabaruma.

The airport is also served by US missionary group Wings for Humanity. [5] [6]

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References

  1. HERE/Nokia - Mabaruma
  2. "Mabaruma Airport". SkyVector. Retrieved 10 February 2019.
  3. Airport information for Mabaruma Airport at Great Circle Mapper.
  4. "Air Services Ltd, Guyana". Air Services Limited Guyana. Retrieved 10 February 2019.
  5. "Wings for Humanity". wings4humanity. Retrieved 10 February 2019.
  6. "Off the grid - Guyana". YouTube. Google. Retrieved 10 February 2019.