What you wrote about Toussaint L. Airport is not totally correct.
In fact, the airport that was served as a military and a civilian airport is not the same one as the actual one now. The actual Toussaint L. Airport was built under the Duvalier's regime and was named after the dictator's own name. The previous Airport carried the name of Bowen Field and was decomissionned as a civilian airport after the construction and opening of the new one. The Lavalas regime after 1994 abandonned and finally shut down Bowen Field after selling for peanuts all different materials, equipments and aircraft located on that field.
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