Copacabana Airport, Bolivia
Copacabana Airport (Spanish: Aeropuerto Copacabana, (ICAO: SLCC)) is an extremely high elevation airport serving Copacabana, a town on Lake Titicaca in the La Paz Department of Bolivia, almost 107 kilometers from the city of La Paz.
The runway is 2000 meters long and 23 meters wide. The track is located at an average height of 3826 meters above sea level. The journey time from the airport of El Alto to the new terminal is 20 minutes.
Copacabana town and airport are on a peninsula connected to Peru, with no land connection to Bolivia. The runway is 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) south of the town, in a dead-end valley that opens onto the lake. There is rising terrain in all quadrants except west-southwest, over the lake.
The airport, called "Tito Yupanqui", is five kilometers from the central square, '2 de Febrero', in Copacabana town, on the way to Kasani.
Copacabana airport offers connecting flights with the tourist city of Cusco in Peru. It is projected to link to other resorts in Bolivia, the Salar de Uyuni (Potosí), Rurrenabaque and San Ignacio de Velasco.
Official name: Tito Yupanqui Airport
ICAO Code: SLCC
Opened in: 2018
Official Website: Not available
Phone: Not available
Number of terminals : 1