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Punta Arenas International Airport

Airport: Punta Arenas International Airport
City: Punta Arenas
Country: Chile Flag of Chile
IATA Code: PUQ
ICAO Code: SCCI
Coordinates: Latitude: 53°0′9″S, Longitude: 70°51′16″W
Runways: Direction: 01/19, Length: 5504 x 148 ft, Elevation: 122 ft
Direction: 07/25, Length: 9154 x 148 ft, Elevation: 139 ft
Direction: 12/30, Length: 7875 x 148 ft, Elevation: 138 ft
Wikipedia link:Punta Arenas International Airport at Wikipedia

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Location

Punta Arenas International Airport is located approximately 10,8 miles (17,4 km) north of Punta Arenas and about 112,2 miles (180,5 km) southeast of Puerto Natales.

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Current local time in Punta Arenas

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Distances

Flight routes from Punta Arenas International Airport
Punta Arenas to Balmaceda distance (PUQ to BBA)
Punta Arenas to Puerto Montt distance (PUQ to PMC)
Punta Arenas to Rio Gallegos distance (PUQ to RGL)
Punta Arenas to Santiago distance (PUQ to SCL)
Distances in Chile
Punta Arenas to Antofagasta distance (PUQ–ANF)
Punta Arenas to Arica distance (PUQ–ARI)
Punta Arenas to Balmaceda distance (PUQ–BBA)
Punta Arenas to Calama distance (PUQ–CJC)
Punta Arenas to Concepcion distance (PUQ–CCP)
Punta Arenas to Copiapo distance (PUQ–CPO)
Punta Arenas to Easter Island distance (PUQ–IPC)
Punta Arenas to El Salvador distance (PUQ–ESR)
Punta Arenas to Iquique distance (PUQ–IQQ)
Punta Arenas to La Serena distance (PUQ–LSC)
Punta Arenas to Osorno distance (PUQ–ZOS)
Punta Arenas to Pucon distance (PUQ–ZPC)
Punta Arenas to Puerto Montt distance (PUQ–PMC)
Punta Arenas to Santiago distance (PUQ–SCL)
Punta Arenas to Temuco distance (PUQ–ZCO)
Punta Arenas to Valdivia distance (PUQ–ZAL)