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  • Distance between Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport and Charles de Gaulle International Airport

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    • The distance between [1]Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport and [2]Charles de Gaulle International Airport is 9235.27 Kilometers or 5738.53 Miles.

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    Airport[1]
    Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport
    IATA Airport Code: SHA
    ICAO Airport Code: ZSSS
    Asia -> China -> Shanghai
    Large Airport
    Latitude: 31.19790077
    Longitude: 121.3359985
    Elevation: 10
    Airport[2]
    Charles de Gaulle International Airport
    IATA Airport Code: CDG
    ICAO Airport Code: LFPG
    Europe -> France -> Paris
    Large Airport
    Latitude: 49.012798
    Longitude: 2.55
    Elevation: 392

    • The distance between Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport and Shenzhen Bao'an International Airport is 1208.38 Kilometers or 750.85 Miles.
    • The distance between Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport and Taipei Songshan Airport is 681.75 Kilometers or 423.62 Miles.
    • The distance between Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport and Newark Liberty International Airport is 11863.08 Kilometers or 7371.38 Miles.
    • The distance between Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport and Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport is 680.58 Kilometers or 422.89 Miles.
    • The distance between Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport and Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport is 1175.54 Kilometers or 730.45 Miles.
    • The distance between Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport and Qiqihar Sanjiazi Airport is 1797.21 Kilometers or 1116.74 Miles.
    • The distance between Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport and Yinchuan Airport is 1613.10 Kilometers or 1002.33 Miles.
    • The distance between Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport and Xiamen Gaoqi International Airport is 804.11 Kilometers or 499.65 Miles.
    • The distance between Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport and Taiyuan Wusu Airport is 1079.50 Kilometers or 670.77 Miles.
    • The distance between Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport and Fuzhou Changle International Airport is 607.52 Kilometers or 377.49 Miles.

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