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Anaa Airport

A Anaa Airport
City: Anaa
Country: French Polynesia Flag of French Polynesia
IATA Code: AAA
ICAO Code: NTGA
Coordinates: Latitude: 17°21′9″S, Longitude: 145°30′35″W
Runways: Direction: 14/32, Length: 4921 x 60 ft, Elevation: 7 ft
Wikipedia link:Anaa Airport at Wikipedia

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Location

Anaa Airport is located approximately 268,0 miles (431,3 km) east of Papeete and about 270,2 miles (434,9 km) east of Faaa.

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Distances

Distances in French Polynesia
Anaa to Ahe distance (AAA–AHE)
Anaa to Apataki distance (AAA–APK)
Anaa to Arutua distance (AAA–AXR)
Anaa to Atuona distance (AAA–AUQ)
Anaa to Bora Bora distance (AAA–BOB)
Anaa to Fakarava distance (AAA–FAV)
Anaa to Hao Island distance (AAA–HOI)
Anaa to Huahine distance (AAA–HUH)
Anaa to Kaukura Atoll distance (AAA–KKR)
Anaa to Makemo distance (AAA–MKP)
Anaa to Manihi distance (AAA–XMH)
Anaa to Mataiva distance (AAA–MVT)
Anaa to Maupiti distance (AAA–MAU)
Anaa to Moorea distance (AAA–MOZ)
Anaa to Nuku Hiva distance (AAA–NHV)
Anaa to Papeete distance (AAA–PPT)
Anaa to Raiatea distance (AAA–RFP)
Anaa to Rangiroa distance (AAA–RGI)
Anaa to Rurutu distance (AAA–RUR)
Anaa to Takapoto distance (AAA–TKP)
Anaa to Takaroa distance (AAA–TKX)
Anaa to Tikehau Atoll distance (AAA–TIH)
Anaa to Totegegie distance (AAA–GMR)
Anaa to Tubuai distance (AAA–TUB)
Anaa to Ua Huka distance (AAA–UAH)
Anaa to Ua Pou distance (AAA–UAP)