Tingo María Airport

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Tingo María Airport
Airport typepublic
Serves Tingo María, Huánuco, Peru
Elevation  AMSL 2,146 ft / 654 m
Coordinates 9°17′15″S76°00′18″W / 9.28750°S 76.00500°W / -9.28750; -76.00500
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Location of the airport in Peru
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Sources: WAD, [1] GCM, [2] STV [3] Google Maps [4]

Tingo María Airport( IATA : TGI, ICAO : SPGM) is an airport serving Tingo María, in the Huánuco Region of Peru. The runway is alongside the west bank of the Huallaga River.


The Tingo Maria non-directional beacon (Ident: TGM) is located on the field. [5]

Airlines and destinations

ATSA Lima [6]

Accidents and incidents

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