Atbara Old

Atbara Old
Flughafen Atbara
Flughafen Atbara (Sudan)
Entfernung vom Stadtzentrum 5 km östlich von Atbara (Sudan)|Atbara
Start- und Landebahn
1.800 m × 45 m

Der Flughafen Atbara (auch Atbara Airport oder Atbara Old) ist ein Flughafen in Atbara in Sudan.

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