IATA: SDQ – ICAO: MDSD
Las Americas International Airport also known as José Francisco Peña Gómez was opened in 1959 as the official airport of Santo Domingo, the capital of the Dominican Republic. It is located 22 kilometers to the east of the city.
This airport has the largest runway in the country, and one of the largest in the Caribbean, with a length of 11,000 feet. As one of the island’s major hubs and the main Dominican Republic airport, Las Americas has recently undergone significant renovations to improve service.
This airport has 6 gates on the main satellite concourse (A), A1 through A6, which have a shared use. Concourse B has 4 gates, B1 through B4, terminal B is the newest and most modern in the country. Also have a cargo area with 13 positions, hangars, Ambassadors and VIP Lounge, and one FBO managed by SERVAIR.
- 24-Hours service available
- Commercial Aviation
- Executive Aviation / FBO
- Hangar services to accommodate aircraft, as big as, a Falcon 2000
- Aviation Security
Station Manager: PAUL CRUZ
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|Reference coordinates and site at AD||18º 25′ 47”N069º 40′ 08″W /(center of the rwy 17/35)|
|Elevation/Reference temperature||17 M (56ft); 26º C / 79º F|
|Type (s) of traffic permitted (IFR / VFR)||IFR / VFR|
|Hour of operation||H24|
|Fuel types / Oil types||AVGAS 100 / 130, JET A1 TURBO 40/80, 50/100, 100 premium, Hydraulic 120|
|Time Zone||-4:00 from GMT (UTC)|
|ATS COMMUNICATION FACILITIES|
|Las Américas Tower||118.1 MHZ|
|Ground Control||121.9 MHZ|
|Santo Domingo Info||126.9 MHZ|
|RADIO NAVIGATION AND LANDING AIDS|
|VOR/DME ( 8ºW/ 1995 )||114.7 MHZ|
|For more Technical Information: http://aip.idac.gov.do|