Closest Airport to África, Airports Near África, Ecuador

The closest airport to África is Bahia De Caraquez Airport (BHA). Distance from Bahia De Caraquez Airport to África is 10.5 miles / 16.89 kilometers.


Nearest airports to África

  1. Bahia De Caraquez Airport (16.89 Km)
  2. Portoviejo Airport (38.4 Km)
  3. Manta Airport (46.7 Km)
  4. Simon Bolivar Airport (165.51 Km)
  5. Salinas Airport (179.89 Km)
  6. Chachoan Airport (200.86 Km)
  7. Esmeraldas Airport (205.23 Km)
  8. Mariscal Sucre Airport (213.71 Km)
  9. Pastaza Airport (264.87 Km)
  10. Cuenca Airport (281.78 Km)
  11. Machala Airport (284.69 Km)
  12. Macas Airport (299.81 Km)
  13. Coronel Artilleria Victor Larrea Airport (302.78 Km)
  14. Sucua Airport (308.12 Km)
  15. Tumbes Airport (313.56 Km)
  16. La Florida Airport (332.61 Km)
  17. Tulcan Airport (336.99 Km)
  18. San Luis Airport (343.44 Km)
  19. Taisha Airport (362.51 Km)
  20. Coca Airport (371.46 Km)

List of Airports close to África

Bahia De Caraquez Airport (BHA)

Bahia De Caraquez Airport is located approximately 9.94 miles / 16 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central África. IATA airport code is BHA.

Portoviejo Airport (PVO)

Portoviejo Airport is located approximately 23.61 miles / 38 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central África. IATA airport code is PVO.

Manta Airport (MEC)

Manta Airport is located approximately 28.58 miles / 46 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central África. IATA airport code is MEC.

Jipijapa Airport (JIP)

Jipijapa Airport is located approximately 29.83 miles / 48 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central África. IATA airport code is JIP.

Simon Bolivar Airport (GYE)

Simon Bolivar Airport is located approximately 102.53 miles / 165 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central África. IATA airport code is GYE.

Salinas Airport (SNC)

Salinas Airport is located approximately 111.23 miles / 179 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central África. IATA airport code is SNC.

Cotapaxi International Airport (LTX)

Cotapaxi International Airport is located approximately 118.06 miles / 190 kilometers East (E) of central África. IATA airport code is LTX.

Chachoan Airport (ATF)

Chachoan Airport is located approximately 124.27 miles / 200 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central África. IATA airport code is ATF.

Iscor Heliport (HIC)

Iscor Heliport is located approximately 125.52 miles / 202 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central África. IATA airport code is HIC.

Esmeraldas Airport (ESM)

Esmeraldas Airport is located approximately 127.38 miles / 205 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central África. IATA airport code is ESM.

Mariscal Sucre Airport (UIO)

Mariscal Sucre Airport is located approximately 132.35 miles / 213 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central África. IATA airport code is UIO.

Pastaza Airport (PTZ)

Pastaza Airport is located approximately 164.04 miles / 264 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central África. IATA airport code is PTZ.

Cuenca Airport (CUE)

Cuenca Airport is located approximately 174.61 miles / 281 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central África. IATA airport code is CUE.

Machala Airport (MCH)

Machala Airport is located approximately 176.47 miles / 284 kilometers South (S) of central África. IATA airport code is MCH.

Macas Airport (XMS)

Macas Airport is located approximately 185.79 miles / 299 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central África. IATA airport code is XMS.

Coronel Artilleria Victor Larrea Airport (ETR)

Coronel Artilleria Victor Larrea Airport is located approximately 187.65 miles / 302 kilometers South (S) of central África. IATA airport code is ETR.

Jumandy Airport (TNW)

Jumandy Airport is located approximately 190.76 miles / 307 kilometers East (E) of central África. IATA airport code is TNW.

Sucua Airport (SUQ)

Sucua Airport is located approximately 191.38 miles / 308 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central África. IATA airport code is SUQ.

Tumbes Airport (TBP)

Tumbes Airport is located approximately 194.49 miles / 313 kilometers South (S) of central África. IATA airport code is TBP.

Mendez Airport (MZD)

Mendez Airport is located approximately 195.11 miles / 314 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central África. IATA airport code is MZD.