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Tumbura Airport

Tumbura Airport
Location of Tumbura Airport in South Sudan
Airport type Public, Civilian
Owner Civil Aviation Authority of South Sudan
Serves Tumbura, South Sudan
Location Tumbura,  South Sudan
Elevation AMSL 2,230 ft / 680 m
Coordinates 05°36′00″N 27°28′21″E / 5.60000°N 27.47250°E / 5.60000; 27.47250 (Maridi Airport)Coordinates: 05°36′00″N 27°28′21″E / 5.60000°N 27.47250°E / 5.60000; 27.47250 (Maridi Airport)

Direction Length Surface
ft m
4,091 1,247 Unpaved

Tumbura Airport is an airport serving Tumbura in South Sudan.


Tumbura Airport (IATA: n/aICAO: HSTU) is located in Tumbura County in Western Equatoria State, in the town of Tumbura, near the International borders with the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the Central African Republic. This location lies approximately 465 kilometres (289 mi), by air, northwest of Juba International Airport, the largest airport in South Sudan.[1] The geographic coordinates of Tumbura Airport are: 5° 36' 0.00" N, 27° 28' 21.00"E (Latitude: 5.6000; Longitude: 27.4725). This airport is situated 680 metres (2,230 ft) above sea level. It has a single unpaved runway, which measures 1,247 metres (4,091 ft) in length.[2]


Tumbura Airport is a small civilian airport that serves the town of Tumbura and surrounding communities. There are no scheduled airline flights at Tumbura Airport.

See also


External links

  • Location of Tumbura Airport At Google Maps

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