The driving distance from Fort Yukon Airport to Birch Creek Airport is:

29 miles / 47 km

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Driving distance from FYU to KBC

The total driving distance from FYU to KBC is 29 miles or 47 kilometers.

Your trip begins at Fort Yukon Airport in Fort Yukon, Alaska. It ends at Birch Creek Airport in Birch Creek, Alaska.

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Fort Yukon Airport

IATA: FYU
ICAO: PFYU
FAA: FYU
City: Fort Yukon
State: Alaska
Zip code: 99740
Country: United States
Category: airports

Birch Creek Airport

IATA: KBC
FAA: Z91
City: Birch Creek
State: Alaska
Zip code: 99740
Country: United States
Category: airports

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