The flight distance between airports OR Tambo International Airport (JNB) and George Bush Intercontinental Houston Airport (IAH) is 9,024.12 mi (14,522.93 km). This corresponds to an approximate flight time of 17h 35min. Similar flight routes: JNB → DWH , JNB → HOU , QRA → IAH , QRA → DWH , QRA → HOUBearing: 288.22° (WNW)
The initial bearing on the course from JNB to IAH is 288.22° and the compass direction is WNW.Midpoint: 4.06018,-31.63672
The geographic midpoint between JNB and IAH is in 4,512.06 mi (7,261.46 km) distance between both points in a bearing of 288.22°.Distance: 9,024.12 mi (14,522.93 km)
The shortest distance (air line) between JNB and IAH is 9,024.12 mi (14,522.93 km).Driving route: -- ( - )
The shortest route between JNB and IAH is according to the route planner. The driving time is approx. . Half of the trip is reached in .Time difference: -8h
The time difference between JNB (Africa/Johannesburg) and IAH (America/Chicago) is -8 hours. This means that it is now 18:32 (19.12.2018) in JNB and 10:32 (19.12.2018) in IAH.
To calculate the distance between JNB and IAH, 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.
IAH is just as far away from JNB as JNB from Mexico City (14,608 km), Chicago (14,001 km), Houston (14,521 km), Iztapalapa (14,599 km), Ecatepec de Morelos (14,608 km), Guadalajara (15,075 km), Puebla City (14,502 km), San Antonio (14,812 km), Dallas (14,707 km), Ciudad Nezahualcoyotl (14,596 km).
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