The driving distance from Kaikohe Airport to Kaitaia Airport is:

56 miles / 90 km

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Driving distance from KKO to KAT

The total driving distance from KKO to KAT is 56 miles or 90 kilometers.

Your trip begins at Kaikohe Airport in Kaikohe, New Zealand. It ends at Kaitaia Airport in Kaitaia, New Zealand.

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Kaikohe Airport

IATA: KKO
City: Kaikohe
Country: New Zealand
Category: airports

Kaitaia Airport

IATA: KAT
ICAO: NZKT
City: Kaitaia
Country: New Zealand
Category: airports

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