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Gurney Airport

A Gurney Airport
City: Alotau
Country: Papua New Guinea Flag of Papua New Guinea
IATA Code: GUR
ICAO Code: AYGN
Coordinates: Latitude: 10°18′41″S, Longitude: 150°20′2″E
Runways: Direction: 09/27, Length: 5546 x 98 ft, Elevation: 65 ft
Wikipedia link:Gurney Airport at Wikipedia

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Location

Gurney Airport is located approximately 178,8 miles (287,8 km) southeast of Popondetta and about 223,2 miles (359,2 km) east of Port Moresby.

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Distances

Flight routes from Gurney Airport
Alotau to Misima Island distance (GUR–MIS)
Alotau to Port Moresby distance (GUR–POM)
Distances in Papua New Guinea
Alotau to Buka Island distance (GUR–BUA)
Alotau to Daru distance (GUR–DAU)
Alotau to Goroka distance (GUR–GKA)
Alotau to Hoskins distance (GUR–HKN)
Alotau to Kavieng distance (GUR–KVG)
Alotau to Kerema distance (GUR–KMA)
Alotau to Kikori distance (GUR–KRI)
Alotau to Kiunga distance (GUR–UNG)
Alotau to Kundiawa distance (GUR–CMU)
Alotau to Lae distance (GUR–LAE)
Alotau to Londolovit distance (GUR–LNV)
Alotau to Losuia distance (GUR–LSA)
Alotau to Madang distance (GUR–MAG)
Alotau to Manus Island distance (GUR–MAS)
Alotau to Mendi distance (GUR–MDU)
Alotau to Misima Island distance (GUR–MIS)
Alotau to Moro distance (GUR–MXH)
Alotau to Mount Hagen distance (GUR–HGU)
Alotau to Popondetta distance (GUR–PNP)
Alotau to Port Moresby distance (GUR–POM)
Alotau to Tabubil distance (GUR–TBG)
Alotau to Tari distance (GUR–TIZ)
Alotau to Tokua distance (GUR–RAB)
Alotau to Vanimo distance (GUR–VAI)
Alotau to Wapenamanda distance (GUR–WBM)
Alotau to Wewak distance (GUR–WWK)