Kuching International Airport, Malaysia
The Kuching International Airport is located in Kuching, Malaysia on the northern hemisphere. Kuching International Airport is a medium sized airport. It can handle only smaller aircraft. It has a control tower and facilities such as a filling station and runway lightings. Situated on the east of prime meridian, Kuching International Airport is given the airport code of KCH by International Air Transport Association (IATA). International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) assigned Kuching International Airport the code of WBGG. So where on earth is Kuching International Airport located? It is located at longitude 110.34 degrees North of the Equator and latitude 1.48 degrees East of Greenwich. It is shown here in Malaysia on Pagenation.com.
Kuching International Airport Runway:
- Runway 07; Heading: 68; Elevation: 88 ft; Length: 8051 ft Asphalt.
- Runway 25; Heading: 248; Elevation: 75 ft; Length: 8051 ft Asphalt.
IATA: KCH. ICAO: WBGG.
Distance from Kuching International Airport [KCH]:
- Tanjung Manis Airport [KCH-TGC], Tanjung Manis, Malaysia, 123km.
- Sibu Airport [KCH-SBW], Sibu, Malaysia, 202km.
- Supadio Airport [KCH-PNK], Pontianak-Borneo Island, Indonesia, 209km.
- Mukah Airport [KCH-MKM], Mukah, Malaysia, 250km.
- Bintulu Airport [KCH-BTU], Bintulu, Malaysia, 349km.
- Miri Airport [KCH-MYY], Miri, Malaysia, 514km.
- Mulu Airport [KCH-MZV], Mulu, Malaysia, 572km.
- Brunei International Airport [KCH-BWN], Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei, 638km.
- Singapore Changi International Airport [KCH-SIN], Changi, Singapore, 706km.
- Senai International Airport [KCH-JHB], Senai, Malaysia, 741km.
- Kota Kinabalu International Airport [KCH-BKI], Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia, 805km.
- Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) [KCH-KUL], Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 970km.
- Penang International Airport [KCH-PEN], Penang, Malaysia, 1194km.
Updated On: 12.06.05