Timbiqui Airport

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Timbiqui Airport

Aeropuerto de Timbiquí
Summary
Airport typePublic
Serves Timbiqui, Colombia
Elevation  AMSL 52 ft / 16 m
Coordinates 2°46′40″N77°40′05″W / 2.77778°N 77.66806°W / 2.77778; -77.66806 Coordinates: 2°46′40″N77°40′05″W / 2.77778°N 77.66806°W / 2.77778; -77.66806
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Location of the airport in Colombia
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Direction LengthSurface
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16/341,3004,265Grass
Source: GCM [1] Google Maps [2]

Timbiqui Airport( IATA : TBD, ICAO : SKMB) is an airport serving Timbiqui, a town and municipality in the Cauca Department of Colombia. The runway angles northwest from the center of the town. The town and airport are on the east bank of the Timbiqui River, 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) inland from the Pacific Ocean.

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