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What is the flying distance from Adelaide International (ADL) Australia to Portland Airport (PTJ) Australia airports?

The distance from Adelaide Intl to Portland Airport is 284.22 miles or 457.3 Kilometres.

Flight Time Approximations: How long would it take to fly from Adelaide Intl to Portland Airport? If you were in a Boeing 747 and maintained an average cruising speed of 450 mph (724.1 kmh) through the duration of the flightit would take you around 1.1 hours to get from Adelaide Intl to Portland Airport. Flying estimates include a 15 min buffer for take off and landing.

Adelaide Intl Airport Information

Airport Name: Adelaide Intl City: Adelaide Country:Australia Location: Latitude -34.945 Longitude 138.530556 Elevation 20ft 3 letter Code ADL
. Timezone is GMT 9.5

The following airlines are reported to fly out from Adelaide, Australia:Air New Zealand, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, China Eastern Airlines, Etihad Airways, Jetstar Airways, Malaysia Airlines, Pacific Blue, Qantas, Regional Express, Sharp Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Tiger Airways Australia, V Australia Airlines,

Portland Airport Airport Information


Airport Name: Portland Airport City: Country:Australia Location: Latitude -38.3181 Longitude 141.471 Elevation 265ft 3 Letter Code PTJ
Timezone is GMT 9.5

The following airlines are reported to fly out from Portland Airport, , Australia:Sharp Airlines,

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