The city of Iguatu, located in the south of Ceará's hinterland, has a public airport, with a 16/34 runway measuring 1422x30m of asphalt.
The small city of 102 thousand inhabitants has strong commerce, agriculture and has grown as an important university hub in the interior.
Today, the Iguatu aerodrome is served by an airline from Azul's regional arm, Azul Conecta, which operates 3 weekly frequencies to the capital of Ceará Fortaleza, with C208 Grand Caravan aircraft, in addition to meeting the demand for executive aviation and taxis. air.