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Chapada Diamantina Airport Guide
Chapada Diamantina is one of those regions in Brazil where merely being in the place can be a unique experience all by itself. With a name translating to “a region of steep cliffs”, its incredible cliffs is definitely its claim to fame. Cave systems are also known to exist here. And precious minerals such as gold and diamonds have been discovered as well. Because of its picturesque surroundings, a lot of people want to see this place up close and personal. And this is made possible by the Chapada Diamantina Airport, also known as the Lencois Airport and the Coronel Horacio de Mattos Airport.
This airport, while not as advanced or as big as most of the airports in Brazil, has the distinction of being the airport that primarily serves people heading for the Chapada Diamantina National Park. Located at the town of Lencois, this is the only airport that serves people heading for Chapada Diamantina, as well as other nearby destinations. Its current name, Coronel Horacio de Mattos, is actually derived from a person. This person, Horacio de Mattos, is best known for being the one who fought against the Prestes Insurrection. Because of his efforts, he got an airport named after himself.
One of the things that make the Chapada Diamantina airport stand out from most is the fact that it’s more or less a small airport. It’s not considered an international-grade airport by any means. In fact, it only serves one regional airline: TRIP Linhas Aereas. And their planes only have one destination: Salvador da Bahia. This means that you can’t enter via this airport if you’re coming from another country. You’ll need at least 2 flights to see Chapada Diamantina National Park and its neighboring towns if you are coming from another destination.
Sure, it may not have a ton of amenities available for those who will pass by. And it’s not like they have a ton of flights available for potential travelers. But for those who want to get into the heart of the state of Bahia, the Chapada Diamantina Airport is the only way to get into there by plane.