Kurukabaru Airport

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Kurukabaru Airport
Summary
Serves Kurukabaru
Elevation  AMSL 3,198 ft / 975 m
Coordinates 4°42′50″N59°54′40″W / 4.71389°N 59.91111°W / 4.71389; -59.91111 Coordinates: 4°42′50″N59°54′40″W / 4.71389°N 59.91111°W / 4.71389; -59.91111
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SYKK
Location in Guyana
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05/231,0003,281Dirt
Sources: HERE Maps [1] SkyVector [2]

Kurukabaru Airport( ICAO : SYKK) is an airport serving the Amerindian village [3] of Kurukabaru, in the Potaro-Siparuni Region of Guyana.

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References

  1. HERE/Nokia - Kurukabaru
  2. SkyVector Aeronautical Charts
  3. "Indigenous Villages | Ministry of Amerindian Affairs" . Retrieved 2021-02-13.