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Cat Bi International Airport

A Cat Bi International Airport
City: Haiphong
Country: Vietnam Flag of Vietnam
IATA Code: HPH
ICAO Code: VVCI
Coordinates: Latitude: 20°49′9″N, Longitude: 106°43′29″E
Runways: Direction: 07/25, Length: 7880 x 164 ft, Elevation: 13 ft
Wikipedia link:Cat Bi International Airport at Wikipedia

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Location

Cat Bi International Airport is located approximately 4,1 miles (6,7 km) southeast of Haiphong and about 15,2 miles (24,4 km) south of Thành Phố Uông Bí.

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Distances

Flight routes from Cat Bi International Airport
Haiphong to Da Nang distance (HPH–DAD)
Haiphong to Ho Chi Minh City distance (HPH–SGN)
Distances in Vietnam
Haiphong to Buon Ma Thuot distance (HPH–BMV)
Haiphong to Ca Mau City distance (HPH–CAH)
Haiphong to Can Tho distance (HPH–VCA)
Haiphong to Con Dao distance (HPH–VCS)
Haiphong to Da Nang distance (HPH–DAD)
Haiphong to Dalat distance (HPH–DLI)
Haiphong to Dien Bien Phu distance (HPH–DIN)
Haiphong to Dung Quat Bay distance (HPH–VCL)
Haiphong to Duong Dong distance (HPH–PQC)
Haiphong to Hanoi distance (HPH–HAN)
Haiphong to Ho Chi Minh City distance (HPH–SGN)
Haiphong to Hue distance (HPH–HUI)
Haiphong to Nha Trang distance (HPH–CXR)
Haiphong to Pleiku distance (HPH–PXU)
Haiphong to Qui Nhon distance (HPH–UIH)
Haiphong to Rach Gia distance (HPH–VKG)
Haiphong to Tuy Hoa distance (HPH–TBB)
Haiphong to Vinh distance (HPH–VII)