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General José Antonio Anzoátegui International Airport

A General José Antonio Anzoátegui International Airport
City: Barcelona
Country: Venezuela Flag of Venezuela
IATA Code: BLA
ICAO Code: SVBC
Coordinates: Latitude: 10°6′25″N, Longitude: 64°41′21″W
Runways: Direction: 02/20, Length: 9186 x 131 ft, Elevation: 39 ft
Direction: 15/33, Length: 9842 x 131 ft, Elevation: 13 ft
Wikipedia link:General José Antonio Anzoátegui International Airport at Wikipedia

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Location

General José Antonio Anzoátegui International Airport is located approximately 2,0 miles (3,3 km) south of Barcelona and about 9,0 miles (14,6 km) southwest of Puerto La Cruz.

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Distances

Flight routes from General José Antonio Anzoátegui International Airport
Barcelona to Caracas distance (BLA–CCS)
Barcelona to Puerto Ordaz distance (BLA–PZO)
Barcelona to Valencia distance (BLA–VLN)
Distances in Venezuela
Barcelona to Acarigua distance (BLA–AGV)
Barcelona to Barinas distance (BLA–BNS)
Barcelona to Barquisimeto distance (BLA–BRM)
Barcelona to Canaima distance (BLA–CAJ)
Barcelona to Caracas distance (BLA–CCS)
Barcelona to Carúpano distance (BLA–CUP)
Barcelona to Coro distance (BLA–CZE)
Barcelona to Cumana distance (BLA–CUM)
Barcelona to El Vigía distance (BLA–VIG)
Barcelona to Maracaibo distance (BLA–MAR)
Barcelona to Maracay distance (BLA–MYC)
Barcelona to Maturin distance (BLA–MUN)
Barcelona to Mérida distance (BLA–MRD)
Barcelona to Paraguaná distance (BLA–LSP)
Barcelona to Porlamar distance (BLA–PMV)
Barcelona to Puerto Ayacucho distance (BLA–PYH)
Barcelona to Puerto Ordaz distance (BLA–PZO)
Barcelona to San Antonio distance (BLA–SVZ)
Barcelona to San Tome distance (BLA–SOM)
Barcelona to Santo Domingo distance (BLA–STD)
Barcelona to Valencia distance (BLA–VLN)
Barcelona to Valera distance (BLA–VLV)