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McGhee Tyson Airport

A McGhee Tyson Airport
City: Knoxville, TN
Country: United States Flag of United States
IATA Code: TYS
ICAO Code: KTYS
Coordinates: Latitude: 35°48′39″N, Longitude: 83°59′38″W
Runways: Direction: 05L/23R, Length: 9005 x 150 ft, Elevation: 923 ft
Direction: 05R/23L, Length: 9000 x 150 ft, Elevation: 938 ft
Wikipedia link:McGhee Tyson Airport at Wikipedia

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Location

McGhee Tyson Airport is located approximately 4,0 miles (6,4 km) north of Maryville and about 10,3 miles (16,6 km) southeast of Farragut.

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Distances

Knoxville–Atlanta distance (TYS–ATL)
Knoxville–Charlotte distance (TYS–CLT)
Knoxville–Chicago distance (TYS–ORD)
Knoxville–Dallas distance (TYS–DFW)
Knoxville–Denver distance (TYS–DEN)
Knoxville–Detroit distance (TYS–DTW)
Knoxville–Fort Lauderdale distance (TYS–FLL)
Knoxville–Houston distance (TYS–IAH)
Knoxville–Minneapolis distance (TYS–MSP)
Knoxville–New York distance (TYS–LGA)
Knoxville–Newark distance (TYS–EWR)
Knoxville–Orlando distance (TYS–SFB)
Knoxville–Philadelphia distance (TYS–PHL)
Knoxville–Punta Gorda distance (TYS–PGD)
Knoxville–St Petersburg distance (TYS–PIE)
Knoxville–Washington D.C. distance (TYS–IAD)
Knoxville–Washington D.C. distance (TYS–DCA)