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Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport

A Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport
City: Ujung Pandang
Country: Indonesia Flag of Indonesia
IATA Code: UPG
ICAO Code: WAAA
Coordinates: Latitude: 5°3′41″S, Longitude: 119°33′14″E
Runways: Direction: 03/21, Length: 0 x 0 ft, Elevation: 0 ft
Direction: 13/31, Length: 8202 x 148 ft, Elevation: 44 ft
Wikipedia link:Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport at Wikipedia

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Location

Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport is located approximately 4,1 miles (6,5 km) south of Maros and about 10,3 miles (16,6 km) northeast of Makassar.

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Distances

Ujung Pandang to Ambon distance (UPG–AMQ)
Ujung Pandang to Balikpapan distance (UPG–BPN)
Ujung Pandang to Biak distance (UPG–BIK)
Ujung Pandang to Denpasar distance (UPG–DPS)
Ujung Pandang to Gorontalo distance (UPG–GTO)
Ujung Pandang to Jakarta distance (UPG–CGK)
Ujung Pandang to Jayapura distance (UPG–DJJ)
Ujung Pandang to Kendari distance (UPG–KDI)
Ujung Pandang to Kuala Lumpur distance (UPG–KUL)
Ujung Pandang to Laut Island distance (UPG–KBU)
Ujung Pandang to Manado distance (UPG–MDC)
Ujung Pandang to Mataram distance (UPG–LOP)
Ujung Pandang to Palu distance (UPG–PLW)
Ujung Pandang to Singapore distance (UPG–SIN)
Ujung Pandang to Sorong distance (UPG–SOQ)
Ujung Pandang to Surabaya distance (UPG–SUB)
Ujung Pandang to Tarakan distance (UPG–TRK)
Ujung Pandang to Ternate distance (UPG–TTE)
Ujung Pandang to Yogyakarta distance (UPG–JOG)