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Penghu Airport

Airport: Penghu Airport
City: Magong
Country: Taiwan Flag of Taiwan
IATA Code: MZG
ICAO Code: RCQC
Coordinates: Latitude: 23°34′7″N, Longitude: 119°37′40″E
Runways: Direction: 02/20, Length: 9843 x 148 ft, Elevation: 103 ft
Wikipedia link:Penghu Airport at Wikipedia

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Location

Penghu Airport is located approximately 2,7 miles (4,3 km) east of Magong and about 54,6 miles (87,9 km) northwest of Tainan.

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Distances

Flight routes from Penghu Airport
Magong to Kaohsiung distance (MZG to KHH)
Magong to Kinmen distance (MZG to KNH)
Magong to Taichung distance (MZG to RMQ)
Magong to Taipei distance (MZG to TSA)
Distances in Taiwan
Magong to Chiayi distance (MZG–CYI)
Magong to Hengchun distance (MZG–HCN)
Magong to Hualien distance (MZG–HUN)
Magong to Kaohsiung distance (MZG–KHH)
Magong to Kinmen distance (MZG–KNH)
Magong to Matsu distance (MZG–MFK)
Magong to Nangan distance (MZG–LZN)
Magong to Orchid Island distance (MZG–KYD)
Magong to Pingtung distance (MZG–PIF)
Magong to Taichung distance (MZG–RMQ)
Magong to Tainan distance (MZG–TNN)
Magong to Taipei distance (MZG–TSA)
Magong to Taipei distance (MZG–TPE)
Magong to Taitung distance (MZG–TTT)