The flight distance between airports RAF Brize Norton (BZZ) and Shanghai Pudong International Airport (PVG) is 5,765.70 mi (9,279.00 km). This corresponds to an approximate flight time of 11h 24min. Similar flight routes: BZZ → PVG , BZZ → SHA , BZZ → PVG , BZZ → PVG , BZZ → SHABearing: 46.00° (NE)
The initial bearing on the course from BZZ to PVG is 46.00° and the compass direction is NE.Midpoint: 60.73765,76.70852
The geographic midpoint between BZZ and PVG is in 2,882.85 mi (4,639.50 km) distance between both points in a bearing of 46.00°. It is located in Russia, Ural Federal District, Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug – Ugra, Nizhnevartovsky District (Россия, Уральский федеральный округ, Ханты-Мансийский автономный округ - Югра, Нижневартовский район).Distance: 5,765.70 mi (9,279.00 km)
The shortest distance (air line) between BZZ and PVG is 5,765.70 mi (9,279.00 km).Driving route: -- ( - )
The shortest route between BZZ and PVG is according to the route planner. The driving time is approx. . Half of the trip is reached in .Time difference: 7h
The time difference between BZZ (Europe/London) and PVG (Asia/Shanghai) is 7 hours. This means that it is now 12:21 (21.08.2019) in BZZ and 19:21 (21.08.2019) in PVG.
To calculate the distance between BZZ and PVG, the place names are converted into coordinates (latitude and longitude). The respective geographic centre is used for cities, regions and countries. To calculate the distance the Haversine formula is applied.
PVG is just as far away from BZZ as BZZ from Shanghai (9,254 km), Mexico City (8,828 km), Guangzhou (9,569 km), Shenzhen (9,669 km), Seoul (8,903 km), São Paulo (9,454 km), Wuhan (8,940 km), Tokyo (9,591 km), Dongguan (9,607 km), Nanjing (9,040 km).
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