Closest Airport to Accra, Airports Near Accra, Ghana

The closest airport to Accra is Kotoka International Airport (ACC). Distance from Kotoka International Airport to Accra is 1.39 miles / 2.24 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Accra

  1. Kotoka International Airport (2.24 Km)
  2. Lome Airport (171.24 Km)
  3. Takoradi Airport (192.62 Km)
  4. Kumasi Airport (198.35 Km)
  5. Cotonou Airport (296.45 Km)
  6. Sunyani Airport (306.93 Km)
  7. Aboisso Airport (335.86 Km)
  8. Abengourou Airport (383.45 Km)
  9. Bondoukou Airport (390.95 Km)
  10. Murtala Muhammed Airport (402.7 Km)
  11. Felix Houphouet Boigny Airport (415.67 Km)
  12. Tamale Airport (445.88 Km)
  13. Niamtougou Airport (483.92 Km)
  14. Ibadan Airport (500.01 Km)
  15. Dimbokro Airport (505.98 Km)
  16. Bouna Airport (514.57 Km)
  17. Parakou Airport (518.91 Km)
  18. Natitingou Airport (551.86 Km)
  19. Bouake Airport (589.58 Km)
  20. Yamoussoukro Airport (590.35 Km)

List of Airports close to Accra

Kotoka International Airport (ACC)

Kotoka International Airport is located approximately 1.24 miles / 2 kilometers East (E) of central Accra. IATA airport code is ACC.

Washington Island Airport (TNQ)

Washington Island Airport is located approximately 103.15 miles / 166 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Accra. IATA airport code is TNQ.

Lome Airport (LFW)

Lome Airport is located approximately 106.25 miles / 171 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Accra. IATA airport code is LFW.

Takoradi Airport (TKD)

Takoradi Airport is located approximately 119.3 miles / 192 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Accra. IATA airport code is TKD.

Kumasi Airport (KMS)

Kumasi Airport is located approximately 123.03 miles / 198 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Accra. IATA airport code is KMS.

Cotonou Airport (COO)

Cotonou Airport is located approximately 183.93 miles / 296 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Accra. IATA airport code is COO.

Sunyani Airport (NYI)

Sunyani Airport is located approximately 190.14 miles / 306 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Accra. IATA airport code is NYI.

Aboisso Airport (ABO)

Aboisso Airport is located approximately 208.16 miles / 335 kilometers West (W) of central Accra. IATA airport code is ABO.

Abengourou Airport (OGO)

Abengourou Airport is located approximately 237.99 miles / 383 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Accra. IATA airport code is OGO.

Bondoukou Airport (BDK)

Bondoukou Airport is located approximately 242.33 miles / 390 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Accra. IATA airport code is BDK.

Save Airport (SVF)

Save Airport is located approximately 246.68 miles / 397 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Accra. IATA airport code is SVF.

Murtala Muhammed Airport (LOS)

Murtala Muhammed Airport is located approximately 249.79 miles / 402 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Accra. IATA airport code is LOS.

Felix Houphouet Boigny Airport (ABJ)

Felix Houphouet Boigny Airport is located approximately 257.87 miles / 415 kilometers West (W) of central Accra. IATA airport code is ABJ.

Tamale Airport (TML)

Tamale Airport is located approximately 276.51 miles / 445 kilometers North (N) of central Accra. IATA airport code is TML.

Niamtougou Airport (LRL)

Niamtougou Airport is located approximately 300.12 miles / 483 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Accra. IATA airport code is LRL.

Djougou Airport (DJA)

Djougou Airport is located approximately 308.82 miles / 497 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Accra. IATA airport code is DJA.

Ibadan Airport (IBA)

Ibadan Airport is located approximately 310.69 miles / 500 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Accra. IATA airport code is IBA.

Dimbokro Airport (DIM)

Dimbokro Airport is located approximately 313.79 miles / 505 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Accra. IATA airport code is DIM.

Bouna Airport (BQO)

Bouna Airport is located approximately 319.38 miles / 514 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Accra. IATA airport code is BQO.

Parakou Airport (PKO)

Parakou Airport is located approximately 321.87 miles / 518 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Accra. IATA airport code is PKO.