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Guayaramerín Airport

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Guayaramerín Airport

Guayaramerín Airport
Location of airport in Bolivia
Airport type Public
Location Guayaramerín, Bolivia
Elevation AMSL 557 ft / 170 m
Coordinates 10°49′18″S 065°20′45″W / 10.82167°S 65.34583°W / -10.82167; -65.34583Coordinates: 10°49′18″S 065°20′45″W / 10.82167°S 65.34583°W / -10.82167; -65.34583

Direction Length Surface
m ft
16/34 1,764 5,768 Dirt

Guayaramerín Airport (IATA: GYAICAO: SLGY) is an airport in Guayaramerín, Bolivia.

Airlines and destinations

Accidents and incidents

  • On 9 January 2012, a TAM flight from Riberalta Airport, Bolivia to Guayaramerín Airport operated by Xian MA-60 FAB-96 landed with the undercarriage not deployed due to a fault, resulting in substantial damage to the aircraft. There were no injuries amongst the five crew and sixteen passengers.[1]


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