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Perth Airport

A Perth Airport
City: Perth
Country: Australia Flag of Australia
IATA Code: PER
ICAO Code: YPPH
Coordinates: Latitude: 31°56′25″S, Longitude: 115°58′1″E
Runways: Direction: 03/21, Length: 11299 x 148 ft, Elevation: 67 ft
Direction: 06/24, Length: 7096 x 148 ft, Elevation: 58 ft
Wikipedia link:Perth Airport at Wikipedia

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Location

Perth Airport is located approximately 6,3 miles (10,1 km) east of Perth and about 8,3 miles (13,4 km) north of Thornlie.

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Distances

Perth–Adelaide distance (PER–ADL)
Perth–Albany distance (PER–ALH)
Perth–Alice Springs distance (PER–ASP)
Perth–Auckland distance (PER–AKL)
Perth–Bangkok distance (PER–BKK)
Perth–Brisbane distance (PER–BNE)
Perth–Cairns distance (PER–CNS)
Perth–Denpasar distance (PER–DPS)
Perth–Doha distance (PER–DOH)
Perth–Dubai distance (PER–DXB)
Perth–Esperance distance (PER–EPR)
Perth–Geraldton distance (PER–GET)
Perth–Guangzhou distance (PER–CAN)
Perth–Hong Kong distance (PER–HKG)
Perth–Jakarta distance (PER–CGK)
Perth–Johannesburg distance (PER–JNB)
Perth–Kalgoorlie distance (PER–KGI)
Perth–Kota Kinabalu distance (PER–BKI)
Perth–Kuala Lumpur distance (PER–KUL)
Perth–Kununurra distance (PER–KNX)
Perth–Learmonth distance (PER–LEA)
Perth–Mataram distance (PER–LOP)
Perth–Melbourne distance (PER–MEL)
Perth–Paraburdoo distance (PER–PBO)
Perth–Plaisance distance (PER–MRU)
Perth–Singapore distance (PER–SIN)
Perth–Sydney distance (PER–SYD)