Latitude and longitude of Vincent Fayks Airport

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Vincent Fayks Airport (IATA: OEM, ICAO: SMPA), in Pepejoe near Paloemeu, Suriname. The airport was constructed as part of Operation Grasshopper. It was named after the Polish pilot Vincent Fajks who crashed with co-pilot Ronald Kappel with their Aero Commander AC 520 (PZ-TAG) airplane at the site in October 1959, while trying to deliver building materials for the airport.

Latitude: 3° 20' 27.60" N
Longitude: -55° 26' 17.99" W

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GPS coordinates of Vincent Fayks Airport, Suriname

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