Orlando Villas-Bôas Regional Airport (IATA: MBK, ICAO: SWXM) is the airport serving Matupá, Brazil. The airport is named after the oldest of the Villas-Bôas brothers, Brazilian activists who in 1961 succeeded in getting the entire upper Xingu legally protected. This was the first and largest indigenous protected area in all South America and prototype for dozens of similar reserves in the continent.
Orlando Villas-Bôas Regional Airport
Aeroporto Regional Orlando Villas-Bôas
|Elevation AMSL||283 m / 928 ft|
The airport is dedicated to general aviation.
Airlines and destinationsEdit
No scheduled flights operate at this airport.
The airport is located 4 km (2 mi) from downtown Matupá.
- "Lista de aeródromos públicos" (in Portuguese). ANAC.