MMIT/IZT - Ixtepec Airport
Ixtepec, Mexico

MMIT/IZT - Ixtepec Airport

Ixtepec, Mexico

Ixtepec Airport (Spanish: Aeropuerto de Ixtepec or Base Aérea Militar N° 2 de Ixtepec (BAM-2 Ixtepec)) (IATA: IZT, ICAO: MMIT) is located 12 km south of Ciudad Ixtepec, Oaxaca, México, on land in the Asunción Ixtaltepec municipality. It is used for both civilian and military traffic. == Civilian terminal == In April 2017 commercial flights started; the first Aeromar flight Mexico City - Ixtepec took place April 26, 2017.300 million Mexican pesos, around 17 million USD, were spent to prepare the terminal for civilian use.In 2018, Ixtepec received 17,426 passengers and 36,296 in 2019.

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