The driving distance from Guaraní International Airport to Lauro Kurtz Airport is:

363 miles / 584 km

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Driving distance from AGT to PFB

The total driving distance from AGT to PFB is 363 miles or 584 kilometers.

Your trip begins at Guaraní International Airport in Ciudad Del Este, Paraguay. It ends at Lauro Kurtz Airport in Passo Fundo, Brazil.

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Guaraní International Airport

IATA: AGT
ICAO: SGES
City: Ciudad Del Este
Country: Paraguay
Category: airports

Lauro Kurtz Airport

IATA: PFB
ICAO: SBPF
City: Passo Fundo
Country: Brazil
Category: airports

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