Aéroport de Tikehau
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Tikehau Airport is an airport on Tikehau atoll in French Polynesia ( IATA : TIH, ICAO : NTGC). The airport is located 1 km southeast of Tuherahera. It was inaugurated in 1977. In 2009, 41,817 passengers transited through Tikehau.
The airport has minimal services: there is no runway lighting system for landing at night, no instrument approach and no control tower.
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