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FAA Airport Code PPT

Airport Codes

IATA CODE PPT
ICAO CODE NTAA
FAA CODE N/A
WORLD AREA CODE 823
COUNTRY CODE PYF
ZIP CODE --
IATA METROPOLITAN CODE PPT

Airport coordinates

LAT / LON -17°-33'-13"S / -149°-36'-25"W

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Weather Observations

Station ID: NTAA
Observation Time: 20/05/2021 9:24 pm

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About FAA Airport Code

Faa Airport code is PPT. This airport derives its three-letter IATA code from the capital city of French Polynesia, Papeete. Its elevation above sea level is 2 meters. 

About Faa Airport (PPT)

Faa Airport (PPT) is located in the heart of French Polynesia–an overseas collectivity of France. It is home to Air Tahiti and Air Tahiti Nui. Both domestic and international operations are handled by the airport. This facility serves as one of the most unique gateways to French Polynesia for Canada, Chile, Japan, New Zealand, and the United States. 

Faa Airport (PPT) Runways

Faa Airport (PPT) is serviced by a single runway: 

04/22 3,420 m bituminous 

This runway can handle 40,368 aircraft movements annually. It is capable of handling operations of Boeing 747 and Airbus A380. 

Nearest Airports to Faa Airport (PPT)

Tetiaroa Is Airport 60.5 km 

Huahine Airport 178.46 km 

Raiatea Airport 217.97 km

Motu-Mute Airport 259.31 km

Maupiti Airport 306.81 km

Major Airlines Operating from Faa Airport (PPT)

Air France

Air New Zealand

Air Tahiti

Air Tahiti Nui

Aircalin

French Bee

Hawaiian Airlines 

United Airlines

Runway Data

Name Length Width Surface Lighted
04-22 11,360 ft 148 ft Asphalt Yes

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