Bartica Airport

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Bartica Airport
Summary
Serves Bartica
Elevation  AMSL 151 ft / 46 m
Coordinates 6°21′35″N58°39′15″W / 6.35972°N 58.65417°W / 6.35972; -58.65417 Coordinates: 6°21′35″N58°39′15″W / 6.35972°N 58.65417°W / 6.35972; -58.65417
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06/247602,493Asphalt
Sources: Google Maps [1] GCM [2] SkyVector [3]

Bartica Airport( IATA : GFO, ICAO : SYBT) is an airport serving the town of Bartica, in the Cuyuni-Mazaruni Region of Guyana.

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