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Myitkyina Airport

A Myitkyina Airport
City: Myitkyina
Country: Burma Flag of Burma
IATA Code: MYT
ICAO Code: VYMK
Coordinates: Latitude: 25°23′0″N, Longitude: 97°21′6″E
Runways: Direction: 04/22, Length: 6100 x 100 ft, Elevation: 0 ft
Wikipedia link:Myitkyina Airport at Wikipedia

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Location

Myitkyina Airport is located approximately 2,8 miles (4,5 km) west of Myitkyina and about 78,6 miles (126,5 km) north of Bhamo.

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Distances

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