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Kengtung Airport

A Kengtung Airport
City: Kengtung
Country: Burma Flag of Burma
IATA Code: KET
ICAO Code: VYKG
Coordinates: Latitude: 21°18′5″N, Longitude: 99°38′9″E
Runways: Direction: 12/30, Length: 7815 x 75 ft, Elevation: 0 ft
Wikipedia link:Kengtung Airport at Wikipedia

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Location

Kengtung Airport is located approximately 61,2 miles (98,4 km) north of Tachilek and about 62,0 miles (99,8 km) north of Mae Sai.

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Distances

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