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V. C. Bird International Airport

A V. C. Bird International Airport
City: St John's
Country: Antigua and Barbuda Flag of Antigua and Barbuda
IATA Code: ANU
ICAO Code: TAPA
Coordinates: Latitude: 17°8′12″N, Longitude: 61°47′33″W
Runways: Direction: 07/25, Length: 9003 x 148 ft, Elevation: 58 ft
Wikipedia link:V. C. Bird International Airport at Wikipedia

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Location

V. C. Bird International Airport is located approximately 3,5 miles (5,7 km) east of Saint John’s and about 36,5 miles (58,8 km) northeast of Brades.

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Distances

Flight routes from V. C. Bird International Airport
St John's to Basseterre distance (ANU–SKB)
St John's to Bridgetown distance (ANU–BGI)
St John's to Castries distance (ANU–SLU)
St John's to Charlotte distance (ANU–CLT)
St John's to Dominica distance (ANU–DOM)
St John's to Frankfurt distance (ANU–FRA)
St John's to Kingston distance (ANU–KIN)
St John's to London distance (ANU–LGW)
St John's to Miami distance (ANU–MIA)
St John's to New York distance (ANU–JFK)
St John's to Newark distance (ANU–EWR)
St John's to Philipsburg distance (ANU–SXM)
St John's to Pointe-à-Pitre distance (ANU–PTP)
St John's to Punta Cana distance (ANU–PUJ)
St John's to San Juan distance (ANU–SJU)
St John's to Santo Domingo distance (ANU–SDQ)
St John's to Scarborough distance (ANU–TAB)
St John's to The Valley distance (ANU–AXA)
St John's to Toronto distance (ANU–YYZ)
St John's to Vieux Fort Quarter distance (ANU–UVF)
Distances in Antigua and Barbuda
St John's to Codrington distance (ANU–BBQ)