Princess Juliana International airport (Philipsburg, St. Maarten)

Country: Netherlands

ISO country code: NL

City: Philipsburg, St. Maarten

Airport name: Princess Juliana International

IATA code: SXM


Height above sea level: 4 meters

The length of the runway: 2150 meters

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Contacts Princess Juliana International airport

Phone: +599 545 2060

Fax: +599 545 3578

Email address:

Latitude: 18.040953000000

Longitude: -63.108900000000

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Online arrivals and departure Board airport Princess Juliana International (SXM).

The latest information about the flight time and possible delays, usually located on the online arrivals and departure online scoreboard official airport website Princess Juliana International (SXM): Also on the official airport website SXM you can usually find information about directions to the airport, Parking on site, a scheme of the airport, information about services, rules and other reference information for passengers.

SXM airport Philipsburg, St. Maarten transcript or SXM which airport?

The name of the airport: Princess Juliana International. The airport is located in the country: Netherlands. The city location of the airport in Philipsburg, St. Maarten. IATA airport code Princess Juliana International: SXM. The IATA airport code is a 3 letter unique identifier, assigned airports world International air transport Association (IATA). ICAO airport code Princess Juliana International: TNCM. The ICAO airport code is a 4 letter unique identifier that is assigned to the airports by the International civil aviation organization (ICAO).

The geographic coordinates of the airport Princess Juliana International.

The latitude at which the airport is located: 18.040953000000, the longitude of airport: -63.108900000000. Geographic coordinates of latitude and longitude define the position of the airport on the earth's surface. To fully define the position of the airport in three-dimensional space, we should also know the third coordinate is the height. The height of the airport above sea level is 4 meters.