Santa Rosa International Airport

Santa Rosa International Airport (IATA: ETR, ICAO: SERO) (also known as Coronel Artilleria Victor Larrea Airport) is an airport serving Machala, the capital of El Oro Province in Ecuador. Located 20 kilometres (12 mi) south in Santa Rosa, it replaces the closed General Manuel Serrano Airport in Machala, and is designed to handle international flights from Peru. It was built by the Ecuadorean Army Corps of Engineers under the direction of Ecuador's Directorate General of Civil Aviation. This great scale engineering project was led by Maj. Eng. Henry Miranda and Maj. Eng. J.C. Checa.[3]

Santa Rosa International Airport

Coronel Artilleria Victor Larrea Airport
Airport typePublic
LocationSanta Rosa
Elevation AMSL170 ft / 52 m
Coordinates3°26′7″S 79°58′40″W / 3.43528°S 79.97778°W / -3.43528; -79.97778Coordinates: 3°26′7″S 79°58′40″W / 3.43528°S 79.97778°W / -3.43528; -79.97778
ETR is located in Ecuador
Location of airport in Ecuador
Direction Length Surface
m ft
07/25 2,470 8,200 Asphalt
Sources: WAD[1] Google Maps[2]

Airlines and destinationsEdit

Aeroregional Quito
Charter: Caracas, Lima

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ "Coronel Artilleria Victor Larrea". World Aero Data. Retrieved 29 May 2012.
  2. ^ Google Maps - Santa Rosa
  3. ^ "El Oro (Santa Rosa) Has a New Airport". Retrieved 29 May 2012.

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