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Kago Kaju Airport

Kago Kaju Airport
IATA: n/aICAO: HSKJ
Location of Kago Kaju Airport in South Sudan
Summary
Airport type Public, Civilian
Owner Civil Aviation Authority of South Sudan
Serves Kago Kaju, South Sudan
Location Kago Kaju,  South Sudan
Elevation AMSL 2,500 ft / 762 m
Coordinates 03°55′01″N 31°40′01″E / 3.91694°N 31.66694°E / 3.91694; 31.66694 (Kago Kaju Airport)

Runways
Direction Length Surface
ft m
Unpaved

Kago Kaju Airport is an airport serving the town of Kago Kaju, in South Sudan.

Overview

Kago Kaju Airport is a small civilian airport that serves the town of Kago Kaju and surrounding communities.

Location

Kago Kaju Airport (IATA: n/aICAO: HSKJ) is located in Kajo Keji County, in Central Equatoria State, in the town of Kago Kaju, near the International border with the Republic of Uganda. The airport is located approximately 8 kilometres (5.0 mi), by road, north of the central business district of the town.

This location lies approximately 108 kilometres (67 mi), by air, south of Juba International Airport, the largest airport in South Sudan.[1] The geographic coordinates of Kago Kaju Airport are: 3° 55' 01.00"N, 31° 40' 01.00"E (Latitude: 3.9170; Longitude: 31.6670). This airport sits at an elevation of 762 metres (2,500 ft) above sea level.[2] The airport has a single unpaved runway, the dimensions of which, are not publicly known at this time.

See also

References

External links

  • Location of Kago Kaju Airport At Google Maps

Coordinates: 3°55′01″N 31°40′01″E / 3.9170°N 31.6670°E / 3.9170; 31.6670

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