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Tuxtla Gutiérrez Intl. Airport – Spotting Guide
Ángel Albino Corzo International Airport (IATA: TGZ, ICAO: MMTG), also known as Tuxtla Gutierrez International Airport, is an international airport serving the city of Tuxtla Gutiérrez and central Chiapas. Almost all mexican carriers fly to and from TGZ.
|Terminal||There is one terminal.|
|Runway||There is one runway 14/32 with a length of 2500m.|
|Terminal Access Road|
|WHERE||You can stay on the access road outside of the terminal on each side. If you come from the arrivals hall, go to the departures hall on the second floor. Once upstairs, exit the terminal and walk on the bridge to this spot. The spot offers a clear view on the ramp from each side.|
|WHAT||From this spot, you will be able to look at almost all gates and the apron. In the foreground, you will be able to loook at the runway but it will be too far away to photograph without any heat haze.|
|TIME||From May to October, it is much more probable to encounter a rainy day. With preceipitation bein the most likely in September and October.|
|MISC.||If taking pictures at night, use an 18-55mm lens and wait for the aircraft to pushback and turn on its engines. The gives you a minute window to take pictures of the aircraft clear of anything out in the open.
Restroom inside the terminal a few meters away.
|FOCAL LENGTH||For A320’s = 55mm (closest gate) or 60mm (further gates) and 80mm for cloesups.|