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Distance Between > Airports > Ukiah Municipal Airport to Fairbanks International Airport

Distance Between Ukiah Municipal Airport (UKI) and Fairbanks International Airport (FAI) is

3270.91 kilometers
2032.45 miles
Flying time between Ukiah and Fairbanks can take around 4 hours 4 minutes under avarage conditions.

Ukiah Municipal Airport

Latitude: 39.1259994506836
Longitude: -123.200996398926
City: Ukiah
Country: United States
IATA Code:
Local Code: UKI
Website:

Fairbanks International Airport

Latitude: 64.81510162
Longitude: -147.8560028
City: Fairbanks
Country: United States
IATA Code: FAI
Local Code: FAI
Website:
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