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Yes the same flight can have multiple flight codes if it is run in codeshare agreement between multiple airlines. Quoting from the linked page: Typically, a flight is operated by one airline (technically called an "administrating carrier"1) while seats are sold for the flight by all cooperating airlines using their own designator and flight number. ...


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If you count Macau as a separate country, the airport there is about 26km from Zuhai airport. If you count Hong Kong as a separate country, the airport there is about 37km from Shenzhen Bao'an airport.


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I'm going to nominate Anadyr airport in Russia's far North-East. Now, it's only 10 km from the town, but it is on a different side of the bay and there are no roads between airport and the town it serves. Not a problem in winter, since the bay will freeze and allow driving over. But between seasons, I think it's not uncommon when you can't reach airport ...


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It's a workaround but in Europe we have the airport of Basel Mulhouse which is "between" two countries (Switzerland and France), if I'm right Geneva airport also shares the same asset.


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I calculated all the distances from all the airports available from OpenFlights. The raw (CSV) data is available from them (this is the airports.dat.txt file in the code below). The code to do that is really quick and really dirty (it needs to be ran by a 64 bits interpreter otherwise you may get a cryptic MemoryError exception) . It goes through all ...


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Cardiff (CWL) and Bristol (BRS) are ~40km apart (in a straight line). Although both are in the UK, they are technically in different countries (Wales and England respectively). The actual driving distance between them is significantly higher however (almost 100km) due to having to cross the River Severn.


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Saratov (Саратов) Airport is 1.5 km from Saratov downtown. Unfortunately, there are immediate plans to tear it down in favor of new Gagarin airport. Same, to lesser extent, with Irkutsk (stranded passengers from Europe-Asia flights that went wrong) and Krasnodar airport.


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Stewart International Airport has been renamed on Feb 21, 2018 to New York Stewart International Airport. It is 72.9 miles from the center of New York City according to Google Maps. It comes to mind because it's in my hometown.


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Not going to win, but the Lhasa Gonggar Airport (LXA) is 97km away from downtown Lhasa. Nevertheless, it is going to win in one aspect: it is the only civilian airport serving Lhasa, making Lhasa the most distant city to any airport among all the cities that have been mentioned. A new airport is under construction in Lhasa to allow easier access to the city ...


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Stockholm Bromma is in the running can’t be more than 1-2km from city center


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I took a bit of a programatic approach. In Ruby: require 'airports' require 'geocoder' AIRPORTS = Airports.all.select { |airport| airport.name.downcase.include?('international') } arr = [] AIRPORTS.each do |airport_1| AIRPORTS.each do |airport_2| next if airport_1.country == airport_2.country arr << [ Geocoder::Calculations....


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Distance from Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport, Amritsar India to Allama Iqbal International Airport, Pakistan is just 42.8 KM.


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Friedrichshafen Airport, Germany is just 20km from St. Gallen–Altenrhein Airport, Switzerland. For a few months in 2016-17 there was a regular commercial service between the two that took just 8 minutes.


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Malmö airport (MMX, Sweden) and Copenhagen airport (CPH, Denmark) are also very close (46kms / 28.5miles as the crows flies) Both have international passengers service. CPH airport is ranked #15 busiest european airport with 30M passengers in 2018 (Source) In South america, we also have Iguazú airport (IGR, Argentina) and Foz do Iguaçu airport (IGU, Brazil)...


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Singapore Changi International Airport SIN (Singapore) and Batam Hang Nadim International Airport BTH (Indonesia) are about 29km apart as the crow flies. And Johor Bahru Senai International Airport JHB (Malaysia) is 48km from Singapore, in almost the opposite direction as Batam. (Google Maps measurement)


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Vienna and Bratislava are the second closest capital cities in Europe (after Vatican and Rome). The distance of their respective airports is 41 km. Both have international passenger service.


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Princess Juliana (SXM) and Grand Case-Espérance (SFG) airports in, respectively, the Dutch and French parts of the Caribbean island Saint Martin, are 9 kilometers from each other, according to gcmap.com. Most of the few scheduled flights at Grand Case are to other overseas parts of France, and so probably won't count as international, but Wikipedia says ...


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BZV and FIH are respectively the main airports for the capital cities of the Republic of Congo and the Democratic Republic of Congo, and are separated by little more than a river. They're only 26km apart, but several airlines fly between them.


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Aqaba Airport (AQJ) in Jordan and Ramon Airport (ETM) in Israel are 12km apart. Both have international commercial flights. When Eilat Airport (ETH) was still open and had international traffic, it was only 8km from AQJ. Taba Airport (TCP) in Egypt is 23km from AQJ and 27km from ETM; TCP has international charter flights according to Wikipedia. (This is ...


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