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Melilla Airport
Aeropuerto de Melilla
IATA: MLNICAO: GEML
Summary
Airport type Public
Operator Aena
Location Melilla, Spain
Elevation AMSL 48 m / 156 ft
Coordinates 35°16′47″N 002°57′23″W / 35.27972°N 2.95639°W / 35.27972; -2.95639 (Melilla Airport)Coordinates: 35°16′47″N 002°57′23″W / 35.27972°N 2.95639°W / 35.27972; -2.95639 (Melilla Airport)
Runways
Direction Length Surface
m ft
15/33 1,428 4,685 Asphalt
Source: Spanish AIP at EUROCONTROL[1]

Melilla Airport is an airport located 4 km (2.5 mi) southwest[1] Melilla, Spain (IATA: MLNICAO: GEML). The airport is located near the border with Morocco. The airport was opened in 1969.

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Airlines and destinations

Airlines Destinations
Iberia operated by Air Nostrum Almería, Granada, Madrid, Málaga, Valencia

Incidents and accidents

  • A Paukn Air BAe 146 crashed into a hill on approach to Melilla in 1998 killing all 38 occupants.[2]
  • An Air Nostrum (Iberia) Fokker F50 overran the runway and broke apart on January 17, 2003. Nine people were injured but there were no fatalities.

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