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Distance Between > Airports > Lugano Airport to Cape Town International Airport

Distance Between Lugano Airport (LUG) and Cape Town International Airport (CPT) is

8944.88 kilometers
5558.09 miles
Flying time between Lugano and Cape Town can take around 11 hours 7 minutes under avarage conditions.

Lugano Airport

Latitude: 46.0042991638
Longitude: 8.9105796814
City: Lugano
Country: Switzerland
IATA Code: LUG
Local Code:
Website:

Cape Town International Airport

Latitude: -33.9648017883301
Longitude: 18.6016998291016
City: Cape Town
Country: South Africa
IATA Code: CPT
Local Code:
Website: http://www.airports.co.za/home.asp?pid=229
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