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George Airport

A George Airport
City: George
Country: South Africa Flag of South Africa
IATA Code: GRJ
ICAO Code: FAGG
Coordinates: Latitude: 34°0′20″S, Longitude: 22°22′44″E
Runways: Direction: 11/29, Length: 6562 x 148 ft, Elevation: 622 ft
Wikipedia link:George Airport at Wikipedia

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Location

George Airport is located approximately 18,1 miles (29,2 km) northeast of Mossel Bay and about 29,9 miles (48,1 km) south of Oudtshoorn.

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Distances

Flight routes from George Airport
George to Cape Town distance (GRJ–CPT)
George to Durban distance (GRJ–DUR)
George to Johannesburg distance (GRJ–JNB)
Distances in South Africa
George to Bloemfontain distance (GRJ–BFN)
George to Cape Town distance (GRJ–CPT)
George to Durban distance (GRJ–DUR)
George to East London distance (GRJ–ELS)
George to Hoedspruit distance (GRJ–HDS)
George to Johannesburg distance (GRJ–QRA)
George to Johannesburg distance (GRJ–JNB)
George to Johannesburg distance (GRJ–HLA)
George to Kimberley distance (GRJ–KIM)
George to Malamala distance (GRJ–AAM)
George to Margate distance (GRJ–MGH)
George to Mmabatho distance (GRJ–MBD)
George to Nelspruit distance (GRJ–MQP)
George to Phalaborwa distance (GRJ–PHW)
George to Pietermaritzburg distance (GRJ–PZB)
George to Polokwane distance (GRJ–PTG)
George to Port Elizabeth distance (GRJ–PLZ)
George to Pretoria distance (GRJ–PRY)
George to Richards Bay distance (GRJ–RCB)
George to Umtata distance (GRJ–UTT)
George to Upington distance (GRJ–UTN)