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Portland Airport Info:
|Portland Airport IATA Code: PTJ||Portland Airport ICAO Code: YPOD|
|Latitude : -38.3181||Longitude : 141.471|
|City : Portland||Country : Australia|
|World Area Code : 802||Airport Type : Medium|
|Portland Airport Address / Contact Details :|
Portland Airport (PTJ), Cashmore VIC 3305, Australia
|Airport Type : Public|
|Operator : Glenelg Shire Council|
|Timezone : Australia/Melbourne|
|Portland Airport Timezone : GMT +10:00 hours|
|Current time and date at Portland Airport is 22:12:37 PM (AEST) on Sunday, May 16, 2021|
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Nearest Airports to Portland Airport
Closest airports to Portland, Australia are listed below. These are major airports close to the city of Portland and other airports closest to Portland Airport.
Nearest airport to Portland Airport and Portland is Warrnambool Airport - (86.63 Km / 53.83 Miles)
Following are the nearest airports to Portland and Portland Airport. Distance between the two airports is given in bracket.
- Mount Gambier Airport - (87.56 Km / 54.41 Miles)
- Hamilton Airport - (90.85 Km / 56.45 Miles)
- Millicent Airport - (126.78 Km / 78.78 Miles)
- Naracoorte Airport - (162.56 Km / 101.01 Miles)
- Ararat Airport - (174.42 Km / 108.38 Miles)
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- Portland Airport Time Zone and Current time at Portland Airport
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PTJ - Portland Airport IATA Code and YPOD - Portland Airport ICAO code