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Gaua Airport

A Gaua Airport
City: Gaua
Country: Vanuatu Flag of Vanuatu
IATA Code: ZGU
ICAO Code: NVSQ
Coordinates: Latitude: 14°13′5″S, Longitude: 167°35′13″E
Runways: Direction: 13/31, Length: 2802 x 59 ft, Elevation: 0 ft
Wikipedia link:Gaua Airport at Wikipedia

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Location

Gaua Airport is located approximately 248,0 miles (399,2 km) north of Port-Vila and about miles ( km) east of .

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Distances

Flight routes from Gaua Airport
Gaua to Ablow distance (ZGU–MTV)
Gaua to Linua distance (ZGU–TOH)
Gaua to Luganville distance (ZGU–SON)
Distances in Vanuatu
Gaua to Ablow distance (ZGU–MTV)
Gaua to Anelghowhat distance (ZGU–AUY)
Gaua to Aniwa distance (ZGU–AWD)
Gaua to Craig Cove distance (ZGU–CCV)
Gaua to Dillon's Bay distance (ZGU–DLY)
Gaua to Futuna Island distance (ZGU–FTA)
Gaua to Ipota distance (ZGU–IPA)
Gaua to Lamap distance (ZGU–LPM)
Gaua to Lamen Bay distance (ZGU–LNB)
Gaua to Linua distance (ZGU–TOH)
Gaua to Longana distance (ZGU–LOD)
Gaua to Lonorore distance (ZGU–LNE)
Gaua to Luganville distance (ZGU–SON)
Gaua to Maewo Island distance (ZGU–MWF)
Gaua to Norsup distance (ZGU–NUS)
Gaua to Olpoi distance (ZGU–OLJ)
Gaua to Paama distance (ZGU–PBJ)
Gaua to Port Vila distance (ZGU–VLI)
Gaua to Redcliffe distance (ZGU–RCL)
Gaua to Sangafa distance (ZGU–EAE)
Gaua to Sara distance (ZGU–SSR)
Gaua to Sola distance (ZGU–SLH)
Gaua to South West Bay distance (ZGU–SWJ)
Gaua to Tanna distance (ZGU–TAH)
Gaua to Tongoa distance (ZGU–TGH)
Gaua to Ulei distance (ZGU–ULB)
Gaua to Valesdir distance (ZGU–VLS)
Gaua to Walaha distance (ZGU–WLH)