ⓘ Spriggs Payne Airport

                                     

ⓘ Spriggs Payne Airport

James Spriggs Payne Airport is an airport located 5 kilometres from downtown Monrovia, the capital of the Republic of Liberia in West Africa. The airfield is located within the busy and thickly settled Sinkor section of the city, and is therefore convenient to the business and political districts of the capital. Whereas Roberts International Airport is the primary aviation facility for the city and indeed the entire country, Spriggs-Payne has the only other paved runway in Liberia and only other international commercial flights into and out of Liberia. The airport is named after James Spriggs Payne who was president of the Republic of Liberia in 1868–70 and again in 1876–78.

                                     
  • James Spriggs Payne December 19, 1819 January 31, 1882 served as the fourth and eighth President of Liberia, from 1868 to 1870 and from 1876 to 1878
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