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D. Casimiro Szlapelis Airport is a small airport in Argentina, serving the region of Alto Rio Senguerr. The longest runway is 4.593 feet or 1.400 meters long.
Airport size: small airport Serving area: Alto Rio Senguerr Longest runway: 4593 (ft)
IATA: ARR, ICAO: SAVR
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About the airport
D. Casimiro Szlapelis Airport, with the IATA code "ARR" and the ICAO code "SAVR," is located in the city of Alto Río Senguer, in the Chubut Province of Argentina. This airport serves as a gateway to the beautiful Patagonian region, offering convenient access to its stunning landscapes and natural wonders.
The airport is well-equipped to handle domestic flights, providing essential services and facilities for travelers. It features a single terminal building with modern amenities, including check-in counters, baggage claim areas, and comfortable waiting lounges. The airport also offers car rental services, making it convenient for visitors to explore the surrounding areas.
Although D. Casimiro Szlapelis Airport is relatively small, it provides regular flights to major cities in Argentina, ensuring easy connectivity for travelers. The airport is served by reputable airlines, ensuring a safe and reliable travel experience.
When planning your trip to Argentina, consider using D. Casimiro Szlapelis Airport as your entry point to explore the breathtaking Patagonian region.
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Bigger and popular cities in the wider vicinity are these:
- Alto Rio Senguer
- Comodoro Rivadavia
- Gobernador Gregores
- Jose de San Martin
- Las Plumas
- Paso de Indios
- Perito Moreno
- Puerto Montt
- San Julian
These are some smaller cities that might be interesting. They are all rather close.