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Distance between Nanga Pinoh-Borneo Island (NPO) and Padang (PDG)

Distance from Nanga Pinoh-Borneo Island to Padang (Nanga Pinoh Airport – Minangkabau International Airport) is 794 miles / 1277 kilometers / 690 nautical miles.

How far is Padang from Nanga Pinoh-Borneo Island?

There are several ways to calculate distances between Nanga Pinoh-Borneo Island and Padang. Here are two common methods:

Vincenty's formula (applied above)
  • 793.711 miles
  • 1277.354 kilometers
  • 689.716 nautical miles

Vincenty's formula calculates the distance between latitude/longitude points on the earth’s surface, using an ellipsoidal model of the earth.

Haversine formula
  • 792.831 miles
  • 1275.938 kilometers
  • 688.952 nautical miles

The haversine formula calculates the distance between latitude/longitude points assuming a spherical earth (great-circle distance – the shortest distance between two points).

Flight duration

Estimated flight time from Nanga Pinoh Airport (NPO) to Minangkabau International Airport (PDG) is 2 hours 0 minutes.

Time difference and current local times

There is no time difference between Nanga Pinoh-Borneo Island and Padang.

Time Difference

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Carbon dioxide emissions

Estimated CO2 emissions per passenger is 121 kg (268 pounds).

Airport information


A Nanga Pinoh Airport
City: Nanga Pinoh-Borneo Island
Country: Indonesia Flag of Indonesia
IATA Code: NPO
ICAO Code: WIOG
Coordinates: 0°20′55″S, 111°44′52″E

B Minangkabau International Airport
City: Padang
Country: Indonesia Flag of Indonesia
IATA Code: PDG
ICAO Code: WIPT
Coordinates: 0°47′12″S, 100°16′51″E

Map

Nanga Pinoh-Borneo Island to Padang flight map.

Frequent Flyer Miles Calculator

Nanga Pinoh-Borneo Island (NPO) → Padang (PDG).

Elite level bonus (%):
Booking class bonus (%):
Air miles:
794
Elite level bonus:
0
Booking class bonus:
0

In total

Total frequent flyer miles:
794

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