Frieda River Airport
|Frieda River Airport|
|Location||Frieda River, Papua New Guinea|
|Elevation AMSL||200 ft / 61 m|
West Sepik (Sandaun) province in PNG
Source: PNG Airstrip Guide
Frieda River Airport (IATA: FAQ, ICAO: AYFR) is an airfield serving the Frieda River area in Papua New Guinea. It is located near the border between the provinces of West Sepik (Sandaun) and East Sepik. The area has a gold and copper mine known as the Frieda River Project. The airfield is located 428 nautical miles (793 km; 493 mi) northwest of Port Moresby, the capital and largest city of Papua New Guinea.
- PNG Airstrip Guide. August 2005.
- Accident history for FAQ at Aviation Safety Network
- "Xstrata buys into Pacific PNG gold". Australian Associated Press Pty Limited (AAP). 22 Jan 2007. Retrieved 2 Mar 2010.
- "Heading and distance from Port Moresby to Frieda River Airport". Great Circle Mapper. Retrieved 2 Mar 2010.
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