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Camorro Airport was a public skyport situated 110m above the 'Camorro' region of central Nautilus; due west of Star Fish Lake. Its short life was terminated in early July 2014 in favour of a new location.

Landing Advisories

  • Construction advisory: Airport under construction.
  • Elevation advisory: landing surface situated at 111m, minimum recommend approach at 121m.


Briefly opened circa July 2014, Camorro Airport was a mid-sized, single-runway, two-level skyport with a long terminal building (with two jet bridges). The lower deck contained a fully-functional internal monorail system running on a looped track. A freight elevator connected the two levels.

After partnering with a development group working on the upcoming Seychelles Isles regions, airport management decided to halt the construction project in mid-July 2014 and sold the land. In August 2014 management completed construction a new airport in east Seychelles Isles named Seychelles Municipal Airport.


There were no scheduled services operating to or from Camorro Airport, however charter flights may have been available on request.

Facilities and services

Pilots' facilities

General facilities

  • Partially completed terminal building.
  • Monorail system.