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Edward Bodden Airfield

Edward Bodden Airfield - Little Cayman
ICAO: MWCL
Summary
Airport type Public
Location Little Cayman
Elevation AMSL 4 ft / 1 m
Coordinates
Map
MWCL is located in Cayman Islands
MWCL
Location in the Cayman Islands
Runways
Direction Length Surface
ft m
10/28 3,275 998 Grass/Gravel
Source: Little Cayman AIC July 2010[1]

Edward Bodden Airfield (ICAO: MWCL), also known as Little Cayman Airport, is an airfield located on the southwest side of Little Cayman, one of the Cayman Islands.

Little Cayman Airport's other main building, a 75-foot free span airplane hangar located directly across the field from Bodden Terminal, was built in 1970 by Ryan Construction of Cayman Brac for Dolphin Limited under the direction of General Manager Richard Bennett.

Airlines

Airlines Destinations
Cayman Airways Express Cayman Brac, Grand Cayman
Island Air Cayman Brac, Grand Cayman

References

  1. ^ Little Cayman AIC

External links

  • Little Cayman Airport (LYB) (World-Airport-Codes.com)
  • Edward Bodden Airstrip (CaribbeanJet.com)
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