Beihai Airport, China
The Beihai Airport is located in Beihai, China on the northern hemisphere. Beihai Airport is a small size airport suitable for use by small aircraft. It has limited facilities such as filling station, lighting and a windsock. Situated on the east of prime meridian, Beihai Airport is given the airport code of BHY by International Air Transport Association (IATA). International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) assigned Beihai Airport the code of ZGBH. So where on earth is Beihai Airport located? It is located at longitude 109.29 degrees North of the Equator and latitude 21.54 degrees East of Greenwich. It is shown here in China on Pagenation.com.
IATA: BHY. ICAO: ZGBH.
Distance from Beihai Airport [BHY]:
- Guilin Liangjiang International Airport [BHY-KWL], Guilin City, China, 416km.
- Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport [BHY-CAN], Guangzhou, China, 461km.
- Shenzhen Bao an International Airport [BHY-SZX], Shenzhen, China, 481km.
- Hong Kong International Airport [BHY-HKG], Chek Lap Kok Airport, Hong Kong, 484km.
- Longdongbao Airport [BHY-KWE], Guiyang, China, 610km.
- Kunming Wujiaba International Airport [BHY-KMG], Kunming, China, 771km.
- Changsha Huanghua Airport [BHY-CSX], Changsha, China, 838km.
- Chongqing Jiangbei International Airport [BHY-CKG], Chongqing, China, 947km.
- Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport [BHY-CTU], Chengdu, China, 1138km.
- Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport [BHY-HGH], Hangzhou, China, 1473km.
- Shanghai Pudong International Airport [BHY-PVG], Shanghai, China, 1638km.
- Beijing Capital International Airport [BHY-PEK], Beijing, China, 2173km.
Updated On: 12.06.05