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Cibao International Airport

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Continent: Central America and Caribbean Country: Dominican Republic


Cibao International Airport
Location Santiago, Dominican Republic
IATA code STI
ICAO code MDST
Airport type Commercial
Website http://www.aeropuertocibao.com.do
Overview map Google Maps
Communications
Tower 118.3
Ground 121.9
Clearance -
Approach 119.0
Departure-
ATIS -
Departure-


Official Spotting Locations

There are no official places for aviation spotting.

Other Spotting Locations

La Lomita

La Lomita is a popular place located about half mile north of threshold Runway 11 where spotters usually go to take some great photos. It has that name because of a little knoll located just before the airport fence that allows spotters to catch amazing photos of the airplanes while landing on Runway 11.

La Doñita

This is another great spottplace in Santiago's Cibao Intl. It is located in Mrs Noris Grocery Store or bodega. From here you would be able to grab many great photos of the aircraft while departing Runway 11; or if they are landing Runway 29, you can catch them pretty low on the approach.

Second Floor Food Court

There is only one spotting place at the international terminal. The food court of the airport has a huge window for people who want to see the airplanes departing and arriving.

You may be able to take some good pics there.

Locations to Avoid

Regular Traffic

JetBlue Airways is the major international carrier. They operate up to ten daily flights to New York, Newark, San Juan, Boston and Fort Lauderdale.

American Airlines operates flights to Miami.

Delta operated flights to New York and Atlanta.

United Airlines to Newark.

Copa Airlines to Panama City.

Spirit Airlines to Fort Lauderdale.

InterCaribbean Airways and Caicos Express to Providenciales.

Amerijet to several destinations.

And many other cargo airlines and charter airlines from other countries or local airlines can be found landing in Santiago.

Facilities and Transportation