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Compare cheap flights from Kau airport (KAZ), IndonesiaClosest Airport to Kau

There are 141 flights from Kau airport, Indonesia, operated by 1 airlines. You can find a cheap flight and then book directly with the agency or airline website Kau airport to 141 cities in 13 countries.

Kau airport is also known as 卡乌 (Chinese).

We suggest that you check for flights departing from the following airports near Kau:

- Buli at 62km (38 miles) has 141 flights
- Ternate at 67km (41 miles) has 153 flights
- Galela at 75km (46 miles) has 141 flights
- Morotai Island at 142km (88 miles) has 141 flights

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Avoid school holidays: Many cheap airlines take advantage of school holidays to increase their prices, as they expect to have a larger number of passengers than usual. During these periods a late booking (1 week before departure) may result in your paying more than the price of a ticket with a regular airline. It is therefore advisable to avoid these periods, if possible.