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===Terminal C===
 
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==Airlines and destinations==
 
==Airlines and destinations==
 
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Latest revision as of 18:23, 13 August 2019

Bordeaux-Columbia Airport
Aeroporto Bordeaux-Columbia
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BCIA Term A1E.jpg
IATA: BCAICAO: KBCA
Summary
Airport typePublic
OwnerCounty of Sierra
OperatorPalm Coast Airport Authority
ServesPalm Coast area of Northern Verona
LocationSierra (on annexed land)
Hub for
Elevation AMSL94 ft / 28 m
Websitewww.flypalmcoast.com/columbia
Runways
Direction Length Surface
ft m
8L/26R 7,545.9 2,300 Concrete
8R/26L 8,038.1 2,450 Concrete
15L/33R 9,186.3 2,800 Concrete
15R/33L 7,847 2,400 Concrete
10/28 7,545.9 2,300 Concrete
Statistics (2035)
Passengers18,413,621
Aircraft operations269,840

Bordeaux-Columbia Airport (IATA: BCA, ICAO: KBCA)is an international airport located in Sierra, Verona, under class B airspace, serving the Palm Coast Region of Verona. It is the oldest commercial airport in the county and served as its main airport until Sierra International Airport opened in 1991. After the opening of Houston Intercontinental, Hobby was closed for several years before it became apparent it needed to be reopened. It became a secondary airport for domestic airline service as well as a regional center for corporate and private aviation. The airport is operated by the Palm Coast Airport Authority, which manages the other international airport in Palm Coast area, Sierra, as well as four airports only open to domestic air traffic. Bordeaux-Columbia Airport is the primary hub of Lusitania Airlines, which is the sole domestic airline that operates international traffic at the airport.

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