Kokkola/Pietarsaari Kruunupyy Airport
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Cochin International Airport (also known as Nedumbassery Airport) is an airport serving the city of Kochi in the Kerala Province of South-West India. Cochin is one of the largest airports in India and is a is a major aviation hub in the region, hosting over 25 airlines and is the primary international hub for low-cost carrier Air India Express. Cochin International is managed and operated by Cochin International Airport Limited.
Location of Kokkola/Pietarsaari Kruunupyy Airport, Finland
Ground Handlers servicing Kokkola/Pietarsaari Kruunupyy Airport
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