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St Martin Airfield (ICAO: SLSM) - formerly named St Martin Strip - was a public single-runway island airfield spanning the 'St Martin', 'Saint Kitts' and 'Port Au Prince' regions of the Sailor's Cove East Estate - an independently operated group of sims in the eastern part of the Blake Sea.

Landing Advisories

  • Short runway and wide wingspan advisories.
  • Narrow strip running along a sandbar, pre-landing flyover is advised.


Founded in 2013 as St Martin Strip, the aerodrome began as a simple airfield squeezed onto a 'U'-shaped island in the tropics of Sailor's Cove East. Since its inception, the facility has continuously been equipped with a single 110m x 18m runway, a seaplane ramp and a docking area for watercraft in general.

Following a major renovation in the third quarter of 2013, St Martin was provided with a dedicated terminal building with rental space for airline operators, a café and lounge facilities. The airfield's runway was also upgraded with runway-edge lighting. With the expansion of Sailor's Cove East in early 2014, St Martin Strip expanded into a newly created adjoining sim, gaining much needed parking/turning space, an ATC center, marina with eight seaplane docks, a public helipad, and an aviation fuel station.

As a result of the 2020 Coronavirus Pandemic, rising costs of sim maintenance due to a decrease in worth of the Norwegian krone in comparison to the US Dollar, among other factors - region owner Ey Ren was forced to scuttle Sailor's Cove East, including St. Martin. As a result, after April 2020, St. Martin Airfield was closed.


The following list includes all services that were provided by airlines to this airport during it's existance. Please contact airlines for more information.

Facilities and services

Pilots' facilities

General facilities

  • Terminal building with counters, café and lounge area.
  • Marina with x8 rental seaplane docks.