Tiputini Airport

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Tiputini Airport
Airport typePublic
Serves Tiputini
Elevation  AMSL 997 ft / 304 m
Coordinates 0°46′35″S75°31′45″W / 0.77639°S 75.52917°W / -0.77639; -75.52917 Coordinates: 0°46′35″S75°31′45″W / 0.77639°S 75.52917°W / -0.77639; -75.52917
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Location of the airport in Ecuador
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Tiputini Airport( IATA : TPN, ICAO : SETI) is an airport serving the Napo River village of Tiputini in Orellana Province, Ecuador.


The Tiputini non-directional beacon (ident: TPU) is on the field. [3]

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