IATA: POP – ICAO: MDPP
It’s the Dominican Republic’s fourth busiest airport. It is named after General Gregorio Luperón, a Dominican military and state leader. The main terminal building has 10 gates; 5 with boarding bridges on the satellite concourse, and 5 without in the frontal concourse.
Capable of handling planes of all sizes, Puerto Plata Airport has benefited from being in an area with many beaches, which are popular among charters and airlines passengers. Located in the north, the airport is surrounded by more than 125 kilometers of Atlantic coast, a chain of majestic coastal mountains, a growing variety of beach towns, resorts and communities, all combining to form the idylic Costa del Ambar.
Besides domestic flights, and regularly scheduled flights it also handles hundreds of charter flights a week bringing visitors to the various tourist destinations on the north coast. Runway length 10,105 feet.
- 24-Hours service available
- Commercial Aviation
- Executive Aviation
- Aviation Security
|Reference coordinates and site at AD||19º 45′ 28”N 070º 34′ 12″W (c/ center of the rwy
|Elevation / Reference temperature||5.1 M (17 Ft) ; 31º C|
|Type (s) of traffic permitted (IFR / VFR)||IFR / VFR|
|Hour of operation||H24|
|Fuel types / Oil types||AVGAS 100 / 130, AVE JET A1|
|Time Zone||-4:00 from GMT (UTC)|
|ATS COMMUNICATION FACILITIES|
|Puerto Plata Tower||118.0 MHZ|
|Ground Control||121.9 MHZ|
|RADIO NAVIGATION AND LANDING AIDS|
|VOR / DME ( 9ºW / 1994 )||115.1 MHZ.|
|NDB ( 9ºW / 1994 )||450 KHZ.|
|For more Technical Information: http://aip.idac.gov.do|