Overview

The Ignacio Agramonte International Airport is a small-size international airport located 8 km from Camaguey which is the capital city of the central province of Camaguey, Cuba.

It serves the city of Camaguey and the popular resort destination of Santa Lucia (Playa Santa Lucia) which is located approximately 110 km (68 mi) from the airport. This airport receives both domestic and international flights.

The Camaguey Ignacio Agramonte Airport has two terminals, the International Terminal and the Domestic Terminal. The main international terminal is divided in two side-by-side buildings (Arrivals and Departures). The airport has 10 aircraft stands, 8 check-in counters, 2 gates, 1 baggage claim carousel, disabled access facilities, short-term and long-term parking spaces.

The terminal is air-conditionned and non-smoking expect in one designated area. For more info click the Airport Facilities links in the right menu. There's no jet bridge, mobile staircases are used for embarking and disembarking passengers onto the tarmac.

It's named in memory of Ignacio Agramonte y Loynáz (1841-1873) who was a Cuban revolutionary, who played an important part in the Ten Years' War (1868-1878).

During World War II this airport was used by the United States Army, but was later converted into a civilian airport. The airport is also an inactive Cuban Revolutionary Armed Forces's air base (known as Camaguey air base).

For more information about this airport, facilities, formalities, arrivals/departures, and photos, please click the links in the right menu.

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