Bangor International Airport, United States
The Bangor International Airport is located in Bangor, ME, Maine, United States on the northern hemisphere. Bangor International Airport is a fairly large airport and can handle for all categories of aircraft. Situated on the west of prime meridian, Bangor International Airport is given the airport code of BGR by International Air Transport Association (IATA). International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) assigned Bangor International Airport the code of KBGR. So where on earth is Bangor International Airport located? It is located at longitude 68.83 degrees North of the Equator and latitude 44.81 degrees West of Greenwich. It is shown here in United States on Pagenation.com.
Bangor International Airport Runway:
- Runway 15; Heading: 134; Elevation: 192 ft; Length: 11440 ft Asphalt.
- Runway 33; Heading: 314; Elevation: 163 ft; Length: 11440 ft Asphalt.
IATA: BGR. ICAO: KBGR.
Distance from Bangor International Airport [BGR]:
- La Guardia Airport [BGR-LGA], New York, United States, 608km.
- Philadelphia International Airport [BGR-PHL], Philadelphia, United States, 760km.
- Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport [BGR-DCA], Washington, United States, 948km.
- Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport [BGR-DTW], Detroit, United States, 1205km.
- Orlando Sanford International Airport [BGR-SFB], Orlando, United States, 2092km.
- St. Petersburg Clearwater International Airport [BGR-PIE], St. Petersburg-Clearwater, United States, 2245km.
- Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport [BGR-FLL], Fort Lauderdale, United States, 2317km.
Updated On: 12.06.05