Tsetzi Lake (Pan Phillips) Airport

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Tsetzi Lake (Pan Phillips) Airport
Airport typePrivate
OperatorPan Phillips Fishing Resort
Location Tsetzi Lake, British Columbia
Time zone PST (UTC−08:00)
  Summer (DST)PDT (UTC−07:00)
Elevation  AMSL 3,550 ft / 1,082 m
Coordinates 52°58′19″N125°01′36″W / 52.97194°N 125.02667°W / 52.97194; -125.02667 Coordinates: 52°58′19″N125°01′36″W / 52.97194°N 125.02667°W / 52.97194; -125.02667
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Location in British Columbia
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Tsetzi Lake (Pan Phillips) Airport( TC LID : CBT3) is located adjacent to Tsetzi Lake, British Columbia, Canada. The lake is pronounced "Tezy".

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