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Pbeaaye Airport (Y30)

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Latitude: 45.531101 | Longitude: -84.556999

About airport

The Pbeaaye Airport serves people from all over North America. It's exact coordinates are: 45.531101, -84.556999.

After completing the check-in stage, you’ll see the corresponding code on your luggage. Also, the airport’s ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) code is Y30, which allows it to be integrated into international flight scheduling.

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Pbeaaye Airport is open, you can verify this by reviewing the schedule of aircraft arrival and departure for the last 24 hours on the official website.
Pbeaaye Airport is located in the United States.
Pbeaaye Airport is located - North America, United States - 45.531101 / -84.556999.

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