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Augusto Cesar Sandino International Airport, Managua
Augusto Cesar Sandino International airport  
General Information
Airport Code: MGA
Airport Name: Augusto Cesar Sandino International
Country: Nicaragua
City: Managua
Address: Managua, Nicaragua
Runway Length: 2442
Runway Elevation: 59

Augusto Cesar Sandino International is the main airport in Managua, Nicaragua. Today, a number of major international airlines serve the airport, including American Airlines, Copa Airlines, Continental Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Air Transat, Aeromexico, Spirit Airlines, Aero Caribbean and TACA.
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Augusto Cesar Sandino International Airport Description Augusto Cesar Sandino International is the main airport in Managua, Nicaragua.

The terminal was inaugurated in 1968 by Anastasio Somoza Debayle under the name of Las Mercedes International Airport. Las Mercedes was designed to be able to be used by Boeing 707 aircraft.

Called Augusto C. Sandino International Airport during the Sandinista regime in 1980s, in 2001 the airport name was changed to Managua International Airport by Arnoldo Alemán. It was changed again in February 2007 to its current name by President Daniel Ortega in honor of Nicaragua's national hero, Augusto César Sandino.

Today, a number of major international airlines serve the airport, including American Airlines, Copa Airlines, Continental Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Air Transat, Aeromexico, Spirit Airlines, Aero Caribbean and TACA.

The runway at the airport is 8,012 feet long, and has an elevation of 194 feet.
Airlines serving Augusto Cesar Sandino International Airport American Airlines, COPA Airlines, Cubana de Aviacion, LACSA ... and more
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