| 199 m / 653 ft|
+595 71 202 261
| Capitán Miranda, Paraguay|
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Teniente Amin Ayub Gonzalez Airport (Spanish: Aeropuerto Teniente Amín Ayub González) (IATA: ENO, ICAO: SGEN) is an international airport serving Encarnación, capital of the Itapúa Department of Paraguay.
Teniente Amin Ayub Gonzalez Airport Wikipedia
The airport belongs to the Municipality of Encarnación, and was constructed by the Entidad Binacional Yacyretá.
Initially, projects were planned for flights to Asunción and Buenos Aires.
On 4 January 2013, it was reported that the first commercial flight would arrive at Encarnación on 15 January from Resistencia, Argentina.
On 6 January 2013, ABC reports that the Intendent of Encarnación, Juan Smalko, informs of the habilitation of Encarnación's Airport to operate national and international flights. The habilitation serves for small air planes, which can be private or public. Juan Smalko informs that the airport operates flight during the day time but would soon be implementing a regular line of flights, with an Argentine airline.
On 15 January 2013, it is said that the route from Asunción to Encarnación will become the second domestic route to operate regularly in Paraguay, in addition to the Asunción-Ciudad del Este route which is operate by TAM Mercosur.
On 19 January 2013, it is reported that the first international flight descends at Encarnación's Airport, arriving from Bahía, Brazil.
TAGUA operates to Asunción's Silvio Pettirossi Airport as of 10 November 2014.
As of 2013, the Airport has an average of 2 to 3 flights per day.