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Atyrau Airport

A Atyrau Airport
City: Atyrau
Country: Kazakhstan Flag of Kazakhstan
IATA Code: GUW
ICAO Code: UATG
Coordinates: Latitude: 47°7′18″N, Longitude: 51°49′17″E
Runways: Direction: 14/32, Length: 9842 x 144 ft, Elevation: -73 ft
Wikipedia link:Atyrau Airport at Wikipedia

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Location

Atyrau Airport is located approximately 2,9 miles (4,7 km) west of Atyrau and about 4,4 miles (7,0 km) northwest of Balykshi.

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Distances

Flight routes from Atyrau Airport
Atyrau to Aktau distance (GUW–SCO)
Atyrau to Almaty distance (GUW–ALA)
Atyrau to Amsterdam distance (GUW–AMS)
Atyrau to Astana distance (GUW–TSE)
Atyrau to Istanbul distance (GUW–IST)
Atyrau to Moscow distance (GUW–VKO)
Distances in Kazakhstan
Atyrau to Aktau distance (GUW–SCO)
Atyrau to Aktobe distance (GUW–AKX)
Atyrau to Almaty distance (GUW–ALA)
Atyrau to Astana distance (GUW–TSE)
Atyrau to Karaganda distance (GUW–KGF)
Atyrau to Kokshetau distance (GUW–KOV)
Atyrau to Kostanay distance (GUW–KSN)
Atyrau to Kzyl-Orda distance (GUW–KZO)
Atyrau to Pavlodar distance (GUW–PWQ)
Atyrau to Petropavlosk distance (GUW–PPK)
Atyrau to Semey distance (GUW–PLX)
Atyrau to Shymkent distance (GUW–CIT)
Atyrau to Taraz distance (GUW–DMB)
Atyrau to Uralsk distance (GUW–URA)
Atyrau to Ust-Kamenogorsk distance (GUW–UKK)
Atyrau to Zhezkazgan distance (GUW–DZN)