The driving distance from Bangui M'Poko International Airport to Abéché Airport is:

880 miles / 1 416 km

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Driving distance from BGF to AEH

The total driving distance from BGF to AEH is 880 miles or 1 416 kilometers.

Your trip begins at Bangui M'Poko International Airport in Bangui, Central African Republic. It ends at Abéché Airport in Abeche, Chad.

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Bangui M'Poko International Airport

IATA: BGF
ICAO: FEFF
City: Bangui
Country: Central African Republic
Category: airports

Abéché Airport

IATA: AEH
ICAO: FTTC
City: Abeche
Country: Chad
Category: airports

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