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Aitutaki Airport

A Aitutaki Airport
City: Aitutaki
Country: Cook Islands Flag of Cook Islands
IATA Code: AIT
ICAO Code: NCAI
Coordinates: Latitude: 18°49′51″S, Longitude: 159°45′50″W
Runways: Direction: 09/27, Length: 4555 x 180 ft, Elevation: 7 ft
Direction: 14/32, Length: 5920 x 100 ft, Elevation: 14 ft
Wikipedia link:Aitutaki Airport at Wikipedia

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Location

Aitutaki Airport is located approximately 164,4 miles (264,6 km) north of Avarua and about miles ( km) west of .

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Distances

Flight routes from Aitutaki Airport
Aitutaki to Atiu Island distance (AIT–AIU)
Aitutaki to Avarua distance (AIT–RAR)
Distances in Cook Islands
Aitutaki to Atiu Island distance (AIT–AIU)
Aitutaki to Avarua distance (AIT–RAR)
Aitutaki to Mangaia Island distance (AIT–MGS)
Aitutaki to Manihiki Island distance (AIT–MHX)
Aitutaki to Mauke Island distance (AIT–MUK)
Aitutaki to Mitiaro Island distance (AIT–MOI)
Aitutaki to Penrhyn Island distance (AIT–PYE)