San Salvador Airport
San Salvador Airport
Cockburn Town Airport
IATA: ZSA – ICAO: MYSM Summary Airport type Public Location San Salvador Island Elevation AMSL 24 ft / 7 m Coordinates Coordinates: Map Runways Direction Length Surface m ft 10/28 2,438 7,999 Asphalt Source: DAFIF
San Salvador International Airport is one of the few airports in the Bahamas that has Instrument rating landing for airplanes, and as a result aircraft can now land at ZSA after official sunset (with local civil aviation permission).
Bahamas Customs and Immigration is present at ZSA between normal working hours of 9am-5pm. The main carrier at ZSA is the national flag carrier Bahamasair, which has daily flights to and from Nassau. Spirit Airlines flies into San Salvador Airport weekly out of its Fort Lauderdale hub. Club Med, a major hotel on the island, also has charter jet service flights direct from Paris, Montreal and New York.
Airlines and destinations
Airlines Destinations Air Sunshine Fort Lauderdale Bahamasair Arthurs Town, Nassau, DeadmansCay, LongIsland SkyBahamas Airlines Nassau
Airlines Destinations Spirit Airlines Fort Lauderdale WestJet Montreal-Trudeau, Toronto-Pearson CanJet Montreal-Trudeau XL Airways France Paris-Charles de Gaulle
Accidents and incidents
- On 2 March 1973, Douglas C-47 N6574 of Arute International Air overran the runway on landing and was damaged beyond economic repair. The cause was pilot error in that a downwind landing was made. The aircraft was operating an international non-scheduled passenger flight from Miami International Airport, United States.
- ^ Airport information for MYSM at World Aero Data. Data current as of October 2006.Source: DAFIF.
- ^ "N6574 Accident description". Aviation Safety Network. http://aviation-safety.net/database/record.php?id=19730302-0. Retrieved 26 August 2010.
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