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Aguenar - Hadj Bey Akhamok Airport
Aéroport de Tamanrasset / Aguenar - Hadj Bey Akhamok
AeroportTamanrasset.jpg
IATA: TMRICAO: DAAT
Summary
Airport type Public
Operator EGSA Alger
Serves Tamanrasset, Algeria
Elevation AMSL 1,377 m / 4,518 ft
Coordinates 22°48′40″N 005°27′03″E / 22.81111°N 5.45083°E / 22.81111; 5.45083
Runways
Direction Length Surface
m ft
02/20 3,600 11,800 Asphalt
08/26 3,100 10,170 Asphalt
Sources: AIP[1], EGSA Alger[2], DAFIF[3]

Aguenar - Hadj Bey Akhamok Airport (French: Aéroport de Tamanrasset / Aguenar - Hadj Bey Akhamok[1]) (IATA: TMRICAO: DAAT), also known as Aguenar Airport or Tamanrasset Airport, is an airport serving Tamanrasset, a city in the Tamanrasset Province of southern Algeria. It is located 3.6 nautical miles (6.7 km) northwest of the city.[1]

The airport is currently an alternative landing site for NASA's Space Shuttle.

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Airlines and destinations

Incidents and accidents

Air Algérie Flight 6289 crashed March 6, 2003 at 3:45 p.m. local time (1445 GMT). The flight was leaving Tamanrasset bound for Algiers with the co-pilot acting as pilot-in-command. At a height of 78 feet and a speed of 158 kts, the No. 1 engine suffered a turbine failure. The captain took control. The co-pilot asked if she should raise the gear, but the captain did not respond. The Boeing 737-200 lost speed, stalled, and broke up on rocky terrain about 1600 metres past the runway. The accident was caused by the loss of an engine during a critical phase of flight, the non-retraction of the landing gear after the engine failure, and the Captain taking over control of the airplane before having clearly identified the problem. There were 102 fatalities and one survivor.

References

  1. ^ a b c (French) AIP and Chart for Aéroport de Tamanrasset / Aguenar - Hadj Bey Akhamok (DAAT) from Service d'Information Aéronautique - Algerie
  2. ^ (French) Aéroport de Tamanrasset : Aguenar Hadj Bey Akhamokh from Établissement de Gestion de Services Aéroportuaires d’Alger (EGSA Alger)
  3. ^ Airport information for DAAT at World Aero Data. Data current as of October 2006.. Source: DAFIF.

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