# How far is Nanga Pinoh-Borneo Island from Sintang?

The distance between Sintang (Susilo Airport) and Nanga Pinoh-Borneo Island (Nanga Pinoh Airport) is 34 miles / 55 kilometers / 30 nautical miles.

The driving distance from Sintang (SQG) to Nanga Pinoh-Borneo Island (NPO) is 45 miles / 73 kilometers, and travel time by car is about 1 hour 8 minutes.

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## Distance from Sintang to Nanga Pinoh-Borneo Island

There are several ways to calculate the distance from Sintang to Nanga Pinoh-Borneo Island. Here are two standard methods:

Vincenty's formula (applied above)
• 34.133 miles
• 54.932 kilometers
• 29.661 nautical miles

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

Haversine formula
• 34.253 miles
• 55.125 kilometers
• 29.765 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).

## How long does it take to fly from Sintang to Nanga Pinoh-Borneo Island?

The estimated flight time from Susilo Airport to Nanga Pinoh Airport is 33 minutes.

## Flight carbon footprint between Susilo Airport (SQG) and Nanga Pinoh Airport (NPO)

On average, flying from Sintang to Nanga Pinoh-Borneo Island generates about 30 kg of CO2 per passenger, and 30 kilograms equals 66 pounds (lbs). The figures are estimates and include only the CO2 generated by burning jet fuel.

## Map of flight path and driving directions from Sintang to Nanga Pinoh-Borneo Island

See the map of the shortest flight path between Susilo Airport (SQG) and Nanga Pinoh Airport (NPO).

## Airport information

Origin Susilo Airport
City: Sintang
Country: Indonesia
IATA Code: SQG
ICAO Code: WIOS
Coordinates: 0°3′49″N, 111°28′22″E
Destination Nanga Pinoh Airport
City: Nanga Pinoh-Borneo Island
Country: Indonesia
IATA Code: NPO
ICAO Code: WIOG
Coordinates: 0°20′55″S, 111°44′52″E