James Spriggs Payne Airport

James Spriggs Payne Airport is an airport located 5 kilometres from downtown , the capital of the in . The airfield is located within the busy and thickly settled section of the city, and is therefore convenient to the business and political districts of the capital.

Landmarks in the Area

Public building
The Center for National Documents and Records serves as the national archives of . is situated 1½ miles west of James Spriggs Payne Airport.

University
The University of Liberia is a publicly funded institution of higher learning located in , . is situated 2½ miles west of James Spriggs Payne Airport. Photo: Michael Keating, CC BY 2.0.

Government office
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is the government ministry of responsible for directing Liberia's external relations and the management of its international diplomatic missions. is situated 2½ miles west of James Spriggs Payne Airport.

Stadium
Antoinette Tubman Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in , . is situated 3½ miles northwest of James Spriggs Payne Airport.

Localities in the Area

Suburb
Sinkor is a section of the metropolitan area in . is situated 1¼ miles northwest of James Spriggs Payne Airport.

Hamlet
Chocolate City is a town and central-northern suburb of , . is situated 3 miles north of James Spriggs Payne Airport.

Suburb
Gardnersville or Gardnesville is a town and central-northern suburb of , . is situated 3½ miles northeast of James Spriggs Payne Airport.

Suburb
Paynesville is a suburb east of , . It is geographically larger than the city… is situated 3½ miles southeast of James Spriggs Payne Airport.

James Spriggs Payne Airport

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