Uruguay Military Air Base and Airfield
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This page gives details of the air base and airfields which are used by the Uruguay Air Force.

 

Carrasco / Carrasco IAP / Base Aérea No.1 Gral. Cesáreo L. Berisso (ICAO code: SUMU)
The base became operational in 1947. The airport got its present name on 1.12.1994. Today the Brigada Aérea I operates from this base.

Runway data: Rwy 01/19, Size: 2250 m (7382 ft) x 45 m (148 ft), Elev: 32m (105 ft).

Runway data: Rwy 06/24, Size: 3200 m (10499 ft) x 45 m (148 ft), Elev: 32m (105 ft).

 

Durazno / Santa Bernardina IAP / Base Aérea No.2 Tte 2° Mario W. Parrallada (ICAO code: SUDU)
The base became operational in 1939. Brigada Aérea II operates from this base.
Runway data: Rwy 03/21, Size: 2279 m (7477 ft) x 45 m (148 ft), Elev: 93m (305 ft).

Runway data: Rwy 09/27, Size: 1452 m (4764 ft) x 30 m (98 ft), Elev: 93m (305 ft).

 

Montevideo / Angel San Adami IAP (ICAO code: SUAA)
Escuadrón Aéreo 7 (Observación y Enlace) operates from this base.
Runway data: Rwy 18/36, Size: 1250 m (4101 ft) x 23 m (75 ft), Elev: 53m (174 ft).

 

Montevideo / Base Aérea Cap. Boiso Lanza (ICAO code: ----)
The base became operational as a Campo on 20.11.1916 and was later renamed Aeródromo and again renamed as Aeródromo Militar "Cap. Boiso Lanza" in 1930. Today Brigada Aérea III operates from this base.
Runway data: Rwy ??/??, Size: ???? m (???? ft) x ?? m (??? ft), Elev: ??m (??? ft).

 

Pando / Base Aérea Gral. Artigas (ICAO code: ????)
The base became operational as Aeródromo Militar "Gral. Artigas" on 20.10.1937. Today the Escuela Militar de Aeronáutica operates from this base.
Runway data: Rwy ??/??, Size: ???? m (???? ft) x ?? m (??? ft), Elev: ??m (??? ft).

 

 

 

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