Pisagua Airport (Spanish: Aeropuerto de Pisagua), (ICAO: SCPS) is an airstrip 2 kilometres (1 mi) east of the
Pacific coastal village of Pisagua, in the Tarapacá Region of Chile.
The airstrip sits on a mesa high above the village. There is rising terrain to the east, and a steep drop to the Pacific to the west.
The runway end markers are well outside the graded runway, which extends substantially beyond the markers at either end.
Some sources have the ICAO code "SCPS" for the closed Perales Airport in the Atacama Region.
|1,260 ft / 384 m
Location of Pisagua Airport in Chile
Source: Landings.com Google Maps
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