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Kavieng Airport

A Kavieng Airport
City: Kavieng
Country: Papua New Guinea Flag of Papua New Guinea
IATA Code: KVG
ICAO Code: AYKV
Coordinates: Latitude: 2°34′45″S, Longitude: 150°48′28″E
Runways: Direction: 12/30, Length: 5592 x 98 ft, Elevation: 13 ft
Wikipedia link:Kavieng Airport at Wikipedia

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Location

Kavieng Airport is located approximately 158,5 miles (255,1 km) northwest of Kokopo and about 210,7 miles (339,0 km) north of Kimbe.

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Distances

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