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Kiunga Airport

A Kiunga Airport
City: Kiunga
Country: Papua New Guinea Flag of Papua New Guinea
IATA Code: UNG
ICAO Code: AYKI
Coordinates: Latitude: 6°7′32″S, Longitude: 141°16′55″E
Runways: Direction: 07/25, Length: 3691 x 0 ft, Elevation: 97 ft
Wikipedia link:Kiunga Airport at Wikipedia

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Location

Kiunga Airport is located approximately 163,3 miles (262,8 km) west of Mendi and about 203,7 miles (327,8 km) west of Mount Hagen.

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Distances

Flight routes from Kiunga Airport
Kiunga to Port Moresby distance (UNG–POM)
Distances in Papua New Guinea
Kiunga to Alotau distance (UNG–GUR)
Kiunga to Buka Island distance (UNG–BUA)
Kiunga to Daru distance (UNG–DAU)
Kiunga to Goroka distance (UNG–GKA)
Kiunga to Hoskins distance (UNG–HKN)
Kiunga to Kavieng distance (UNG–KVG)
Kiunga to Kerema distance (UNG–KMA)
Kiunga to Kikori distance (UNG–KRI)
Kiunga to Kundiawa distance (UNG–CMU)
Kiunga to Lae distance (UNG–LAE)
Kiunga to Londolovit distance (UNG–LNV)
Kiunga to Losuia distance (UNG–LSA)
Kiunga to Madang distance (UNG–MAG)
Kiunga to Manus Island distance (UNG–MAS)
Kiunga to Mendi distance (UNG–MDU)
Kiunga to Misima Island distance (UNG–MIS)
Kiunga to Moro distance (UNG–MXH)
Kiunga to Mount Hagen distance (UNG–HGU)
Kiunga to Popondetta distance (UNG–PNP)
Kiunga to Port Moresby distance (UNG–POM)
Kiunga to Tabubil distance (UNG–TBG)
Kiunga to Tari distance (UNG–TIZ)
Kiunga to Tokua distance (UNG–RAB)
Kiunga to Vanimo distance (UNG–VAI)
Kiunga to Wapenamanda distance (UNG–WBM)
Kiunga to Wewak distance (UNG–WWK)