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    • The distance between [1]Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport and [2]Tan Son Nhat International Airport is 2207.96 Kilometers or 1371.96 Miles.
    • The distance between [2]Tan Son Nhat International Airport and [3]Soekarno-Hatta International Airport is 1884.04 Kilometers or 1170.69 Miles.
    • The distance between [3]Soekarno-Hatta International Airport and [4]Tan Son Nhat International Airport is 1884.04 Kilometers or 1170.69 Miles.
    • The distance between [4]Tan Son Nhat International Airport and [5]Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport is 2207.96 Kilometers or 1371.96 Miles.
    • The distance total is 8184 Kilometers / 5085.3 Miles

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    Airport[1]
    Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport
    IATA Airport Code: TPE
    ICAO Airport Code: RCTP
    Asia -> Taiwan -> Taipei
    Large Airport
    Latitude: 25.0777
    Longitude: 121.233002
    Elevation: 106
    Airport[2]
    Tan Son Nhat International Airport
    IATA Airport Code: SGN
    ICAO Airport Code: VVTS
    Asia -> Vietnam -> Ho Chi Minh City
    Large Airport
    Latitude: 10.81879997
    Longitude: 106.6520004
    Elevation: 33
    Airport[3]
    Soekarno-Hatta International Airport
    IATA Airport Code: CGK
    ICAO Airport Code: WIII
    Asia -> Indonesia -> Jakarta
    Large Airport
    Latitude: -6.12556982
    Longitude: 106.6559982
    Elevation: 34
    Airport[4]
    Tan Son Nhat International Airport
    IATA Airport Code: SGN
    ICAO Airport Code: VVTS
    Asia -> Vietnam -> Ho Chi Minh City
    Large Airport
    Latitude: 10.81879997
    Longitude: 106.6520004
    Elevation: 33
    Airport[5]
    Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport
    IATA Airport Code: TPE
    ICAO Airport Code: RCTP
    Asia -> Taiwan -> Taipei
    Large Airport
    Latitude: 25.0777
    Longitude: 121.233002
    Elevation: 106

    • The distance between Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport and Naha Airport is 654.69 Kilometers or 406.81 Miles.
    • The distance between Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport and Kadena Air Base is 669.81 Kilometers or 416.20 Miles.
    • The distance between Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport and Chubu Centrair International Airport is 1848.82 Kilometers or 1148.80 Miles.
    • The distance between Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport and Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport is 7285.07 Kilometers or 4526.73 Miles.
    • The distance between Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport and Sydney / J.A. Douglas McCurdy Airport is 12092.02 Kilometers or 7513.64 Miles.
    • The distance between Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport and Chongqing Jiangbei International Airport is 1528.60 Kilometers or 949.83 Miles.
    • The distance between Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport and Chengdu Tianfu International Airport is 1750.28 Kilometers or 1087.57 Miles.
    • The distance between Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport and Fuzhou Changle International Airport is 184.15 Kilometers or 114.42 Miles.
      The distance between Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport and Kaohsiung International Airport is 292.18 Kilometers or 181.55 Miles.
      The distance between Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport and Kinmen Airport is 299.05 Kilometers or 185.82 Miles.
    • The distance between Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport and Cincinnati Municipal Airport Lunken Field is 12395.97 Kilometers or 7702.50 Miles.
      The distance between Cincinnati Municipal Airport Lunken Field and Miami International Airport is 1529.30 Kilometers or 950.26 Miles.
      The distance between Miami International Airport and El Dorado International Airport is 2434.77 Kilometers or 1512.90 Miles.
      Total distance of 4 airports is 16360.04 Kilometers or 10165.66 Miles.
    • The distance between Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport and Soekarno-Hatta International Airport is 3811.00 Kilometers or 2368.05 Miles.

    The airport distance calculator is provided for informational purposes only. The calculations are approximate in nature and may differ a little from the distances as given in the official forecasts and advisories.

    A geographic coordinate system is a coordinate system that enables every location on the Earth to be specified by a set of numbers and/or letters. The coordinates are often chosen such that one of the numbers represents vertical position, and two or three of the numbers represent horizontal position. A common choice of coordinates is latitude, longitude and elevation.

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