Long Island Airport (LSJ)

The Long Island is one of 26 airports with scheduled flights in Papua New Guinea. However Long Island is one of the smaller airports in the country. The next passenger airport by size in Papua New Guinea is Nadzab Airport.

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Facts about Long Island Airport

City:Long Island


Longest runway:2,015 ft (614.2 m)


Longitude:147.01770 O
Latitude:5.36040 S
Height:116 ft (35.4 m)

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