Closest Airport to Adelaide, Airports Near Adelaide, Australia

The closest airport to Adelaide is Adelaide Airport (ADL). Distance from Adelaide Airport to Adelaide is 4.07 miles / 6.54 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Adelaide

  1. Adelaide Airport (6.54 Km)
  2. Kingscote Airport (131.17 Km)
  3. Port Pirie Airport (195.97 Km)
  4. Renmark Airport (206.63 Km)
  5. Cowell Airport (210.48 Km)
  6. Whyalla Airport (230.75 Km)
  7. Cleve Airport (235.33 Km)
  8. Port Lincoln Airport (251.03 Km)
  9. Port Augusta Airport (281.39 Km)
  10. Naracoorte Airport (298.12 Km)
  11. Mildura Airport (328.47 Km)
  12. Millicent Airport (334.99 Km)
  13. Hopetown Airport (352.14 Km)
  14. Wudinna Airport (358.37 Km)
  15. Mount Gambier Airport (369.32 Km)
  16. Horsham Airport (375.88 Km)
  17. Warracknabeal Airport (378.28 Km)
  18. Robinvale Airport (383.19 Km)
  19. Minnipa Airport (394.26 Km)
  20. Broken Hill Airport (420.57 Km)

List of Airports close to Adelaide

Adelaide Airport (ADL)

Adelaide Airport is located approximately 3.73 miles / 6 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Adelaide. IATA airport code is ADL.

Yorktown Airport (ORR)

Yorktown Airport is located approximately 55.3 miles / 89 kilometers West (W) of central Adelaide. IATA airport code is ORR.

Minlaton Airport (XML)

Minlaton Airport is located approximately 61.52 miles / 99 kilometers West (W) of central Adelaide. IATA airport code is XML.

Penneshaw Airport (PEA)

Penneshaw Airport is located approximately 67.11 miles / 108 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Adelaide. IATA airport code is PEA.

American River Airport (RCN)

American River Airport is located approximately 74.56 miles / 120 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Adelaide. IATA airport code is RCN.

Kingscote Airport (KGC)

Kingscote Airport is located approximately 81.4 miles / 131 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Adelaide. IATA airport code is KGC.

Parndana Airport (PDN)

Parndana Airport is located approximately 98.18 miles / 158 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Adelaide. IATA airport code is PDN.

Port Pirie Airport (PPI)

Port Pirie Airport is located approximately 121.17 miles / 195 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Adelaide. IATA airport code is PPI.

Renmark Airport (RMK)

Renmark Airport is located approximately 128 miles / 206 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Adelaide. IATA airport code is RMK.

Cowell Airport (CCW)

Cowell Airport is located approximately 130.49 miles / 210 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Adelaide. IATA airport code is CCW.

Whyalla Airport (WYA)

Whyalla Airport is located approximately 142.92 miles / 230 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Adelaide. IATA airport code is WYA.

Cleve Airport (CVC)

Cleve Airport is located approximately 146.02 miles / 235 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Adelaide. IATA airport code is CVC.

Port Lincoln Airport (PLO)

Port Lincoln Airport is located approximately 155.96 miles / 251 kilometers West (W) of central Adelaide. IATA airport code is PLO.

Port Augusta Airport (PUG)

Port Augusta Airport is located approximately 174.61 miles / 281 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Adelaide. IATA airport code is PUG.

Naracoorte Airport (NAC)

Naracoorte Airport is located approximately 185.17 miles / 298 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Adelaide. IATA airport code is NAC.

Lock Airport (LOC)

Lock Airport is located approximately 191.38 miles / 308 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Adelaide. IATA airport code is LOC.

Mildura Airport (MQL)

Mildura Airport is located approximately 203.81 miles / 328 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Adelaide. IATA airport code is MQL.

Millicent Airport (MLR)

Millicent Airport is located approximately 207.54 miles / 334 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Adelaide. IATA airport code is MLR.

Wilpena Pound Airport (HWK)

Wilpena Pound Airport is located approximately 211.89 miles / 341 kilometers North (N) of central Adelaide. IATA airport code is HWK.

Ouyen Airport (OYN)

Ouyen Airport is located approximately 212.51 miles / 342 kilometers East (E) of central Adelaide. IATA airport code is OYN.