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Manzanillo

 

The Manzanillo International Airport or Playa de Oro International Airport (IATA: ZLO, ICAO: MMZO), was built north of the town of Manzanillo, Colima, Mexico near the border with the state of Jalisco. Located 150 kilometers from the city of Colima with a minimum travel time of 1 hour and 30 minutes, with an approximate area of 355 hectares.

 

This airport throughout its history has had several renovations due to increasing passenger numbers. The airport covers an area in the terminal building of 4,700 square meters which can accommodate 470 passengers per hour with 17 counters of documentation for different airlines and has a last waiting room.

 

The airport was named Gold Beach, long beach of fine golden colored sand gently sloping with moderate swell in the municipality of Manzanillo. "

 

Characteristics
Height above sea level: 30 m / 9 ft (m)

 

Coordinates 19°08′54″N
104°33′36″O

 

Roads
Direction Surface length Material
10/28 2,193 m 7,195 ft Asphalto