Augusto Severo International Airport code (NAT)

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Augusto Severo International Airport is the airport that served Natal, Brazil, located in the adjoining municipality of Parnamirim. On May 31, 2014 all domestic and international flights were moved to the new Gov. Aluízio Alves International Airport, and Augusto Severo was closed to civil aviation. From 24 November 1951, the airport was named after the aviator Augusto Severo de Albuquerque Maranhão (1864-1902). The airport gained an important role during World War II as a strategic base for aircraft flying between South America and West Africa.

Airport Information

Airport Name: Augusto Severo International Airport
Airport Keywords: Parnamirim Airport
Airport (IATA) Code: NAT


City: Natal
Country: Brazil (BR)
Continent: South America
Full Location: Natal, RN, Brazil


Latitude: -5.764408
Longitude: -35.372468
Elevation: 288 (Feet)

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