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Heho Airport

A Heho Airport
City: Heho
Country: Burma Flag of Burma
IATA Code: HEH
ICAO Code: VYHH
Coordinates: Latitude: 20°44′49″N, Longitude: 96°47′31″E
Runways: Direction: 18/36, Length: 8500 x 100 ft, Elevation: 3858 ft
Wikipedia link:Heho Airport at Wikipedia

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Location

Heho Airport is located approximately 16,2 miles (26,0 km) west of Taunggyi and about 47,6 miles (76,6 km) northeast of Yamethin.

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Distances

Flight routes from Heho Airport
Heho to Mandalay distance (HEH–MDL)
Heho to Yangon distance (HEH–RGN)
Distances in Burma
Heho to Banmaw distance (HEH–BMO)
Heho to Dawei distance (HEH–TVY)
Heho to Hkamti distance (HEH–KHM)
Heho to Kawthoung distance (HEH–KAW)
Heho to Kengtung distance (HEH–KET)
Heho to Kyaukpyu distance (HEH–KYP)
Heho to Lashio distance (HEH–LSH)
Heho to Loikaw distance (HEH–LIW)
Heho to Magway distance (HEH–MWQ)
Heho to Mandalay distance (HEH–MDL)
Heho to Mawlamyine distance (HEH–MNU)
Heho to Mong Hsat distance (HEH–MOG)
Heho to Myeik distance (HEH–MGZ)
Heho to Myitkyina distance (HEH–MYT)
Heho to Nyaung U distance (HEH–NYU)
Heho to Pakhokku distance (HEH–PKK)
Heho to Pathein distance (HEH–BSX)
Heho to Putao distance (HEH–PBU)
Heho to Pyinmana distance (HEH–NYT)
Heho to Sittwe distance (HEH–AKY)
Heho to Tachileik distance (HEH–THL)
Heho to Thandwe distance (HEH–SNW)
Heho to Yangon distance (HEH–RGN)