Air Miles Calculator

Madang Airport

A Madang Airport
City: Madang
Country: Papua New Guinea Flag of Papua New Guinea
IATA Code: MAG
ICAO Code: AYMD
Coordinates: Latitude: 5°12′25″S, Longitude: 145°47′20″E
Runways: Direction: 07/25, Length: 5174 x 105 ft, Elevation: 20 ft
Wikipedia link:Madang Airport at Wikipedia

Search Airports

Search by airport name, city or IATA airport code.

Current local time

 +10

Location

Madang Airport is located approximately 1,0 miles (1,6 km) north of Madang and about 66,6 miles (107,2 km) northeast of Goroka.

Map

Distances

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