Mopah International Airport - Wikipedia

Mopah International Airport - Wikipedia

Mopah International Airport (IATA: MKQ, ICAO: WAKK) is an international airport in Merauke, ... Lion Air · Jayapura · Susi Air · Bomakia, Ewer, Kepi, Kimam, Mindiptanah, Okaba, Senggo, Wanam · Trigana Air Service · Tanah Merah ...

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