Tnte. FAP Jaime Montreuil Morales Airport

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Teniente FAP Jaime Montreuil Morales Airport
Airport typePublic
Operator CORPAC S.A.
Location Chimbote
Elevation  AMSL 69 ft / 21 m
Coordinates 9°09′00″S78°31′25″W / 9.15000°S 78.52361°W / -9.15000; -78.52361 Coordinates: 9°09′00″S78°31′25″W / 9.15000°S 78.52361°W / -9.15000; -78.52361
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Location of the airport in Peru
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Teniente FAP Jaime Montreuil Morales Airport( IATA : CHM, ICAO : SPEO) is an airport serving Chimbote, in the Ancash Region of Peru. It is operated by the civil government and handles many government planes.


Airlines and destinations

As of December 2022, there are no regularly scheduled passenger flights. [2] [3]

Former Destinations

ATSA Airlines Lima

See also

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  1. Airport information for Jaime Montreuil Morales Airport at Great Circle Mapper.
  2. KAYAK . Retrieved 2022-12-11.{{cite web}}: Missing or empty |title= (help)
  3. "Google Travel". Retrieved 2022-12-11.