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Longitude: -77,590°
Latitude: 24,159°


Congo Town Airport is a large airport in Bahamas, serving the region of Andros, Congo Town. The longest runway is 5.300 feet or 1.615 meters long.

Local name: South Andros Airport
Airport size: medium airport
Serving area: Andros, Congo Town
Longest runway: 5300 (ft)


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About the airport

Congo Town Airport (IATA: COX, ICAO: MYAK) is a small airport located in the beautiful country of Bahamas. Situated in the southern part of Andros Island, it serves as a convenient gateway for travelers looking to explore this stunning destination. The airport is well-connected, with regular flights to and from Nassau, the capital city of Bahamas.

Congo Town Airport offers a range of amenities to ensure a comfortable journey. Passengers can find car rental services, taxi stands, and parking facilities nearby, making it easy to reach their desired destinations. The airport terminal provides basic facilities, including restrooms and a small café where travelers can grab a quick bite or a refreshing beverage.

Andros Island is renowned for its pristine beaches, vibrant coral reefs, and lush mangrove forests. Visitors can indulge in a variety of activities such as snorkeling, diving, fishing, and exploring the island's natural wonders. With its convenient location and easy access to Andros Island's attractions, Congo Town Airport is an ideal starting point for an unforgettable adventure in the Bahamas.

Videos from the area of the airport

TCO Fly Shop - How to crack coconuts in the Bahamas!

Published: March 14, 2010
Length: 10:56 min
Rating: 5 of 5
Author: TCOFlyShop

Tony and Chris demonstrate the fine art of coconut cracking in South Andros Island - Bahamas. This is how we relax after a long hard year of working in the fly fishing industry!

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