Closest Airport to Afrika, Airports Near Afrika, Russia

The closest airport to Afrika is Ufa Airport (UFA). Distance from Ufa Airport to Afrika is 126.71 miles / 203.92 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Afrika

  1. Ufa Airport (203.92 Km)
  2. Orenburg Airport (213.51 Km)
  3. Samara Airport (225.73 Km)
  4. Uralsk Airport (278.5 Km)
  5. Ulyanovsk Airport (333.68 Km)
  6. Magnitogorsk Airport (344.88 Km)
  7. Ulyanovsk Baratayevka Airport (365.23 Km)
  8. Kazan Airport (374.72 Km)
  9. Aktyubinsk Airport (424.89 Km)
  10. Orsk Airport (425.16 Km)
  11. Cheboksary Airport (503.02 Km)
  12. Perm Airport (532.56 Km)
  13. Saratov Airport (545.29 Km)
  14. Chelyabinsk Airport (559.74 Km)
  15. Ekaterinburg Airport (597.02 Km)
  16. Kostanay Airport (664.09 Km)
  17. Atyrau Airport (701.29 Km)
  18. Nizhniy Novgorod Airport (703.99 Km)
  19. Kurgan Airport (802.5 Km)
  20. Volgograd Airport (817.68 Km)

List of Airports close to Afrika

Oktiabrskij Airport (OKT)

Oktiabrskij Airport is located approximately 76.43 miles / 123 kilometers North (N) of central Afrika. IATA airport code is OKT.

Bugulma Airport (UUA)

Bugulma Airport is located approximately 95.07 miles / 153 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Afrika. IATA airport code is UUA.

Ufa Airport (UFA)

Ufa Airport is located approximately 126.14 miles / 203 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Afrika. IATA airport code is UFA.

Orenburg Airport (REN)

Orenburg Airport is located approximately 132.35 miles / 213 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Afrika. IATA airport code is REN.

Samara Airport (KUF)

Samara Airport is located approximately 139.81 miles / 225 kilometers West (W) of central Afrika. IATA airport code is KUF.

Naberevnye Chelny Airport (NBC)

Naberevnye Chelny Airport is located approximately 164.66 miles / 265 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Afrika. IATA airport code is NBC.

Uralsk Airport (URA)

Uralsk Airport is located approximately 172.74 miles / 278 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Afrika. IATA airport code is URA.

Neftekamsk Airport (NEF)

Neftekamsk Airport is located approximately 193.87 miles / 312 kilometers North (N) of central Afrika. IATA airport code is NEF.

Beloreck Airport (BCX)

Beloreck Airport is located approximately 200.08 miles / 322 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Afrika. IATA airport code is BCX.

Ulyanovsk Airport (ULY)

Ulyanovsk Airport is located approximately 206.92 miles / 333 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Afrika. IATA airport code is ULY.

Magnitogorsk Airport (MQF)

Magnitogorsk Airport is located approximately 213.75 miles / 344 kilometers East (E) of central Afrika. IATA airport code is MQF.

Ulyanovsk Baratayevka Airport (ULV)

Ulyanovsk Baratayevka Airport is located approximately 226.8 miles / 365 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Afrika. IATA airport code is ULV.

Kazan Airport (KZN)

Kazan Airport is located approximately 232.39 miles / 374 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Afrika. IATA airport code is KZN.

Izhevsk Airport (IJK)

Izhevsk Airport is located approximately 241.09 miles / 388 kilometers North (N) of central Afrika. IATA airport code is IJK.

Aktyubinsk Airport (AKX)

Aktyubinsk Airport is located approximately 263.46 miles / 424 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Afrika. IATA airport code is AKX.

Orsk Airport (OSW)

Orsk Airport is located approximately 264.08 miles / 425 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Afrika. IATA airport code is OSW.

Balakovo Airport (BWO)

Balakovo Airport is located approximately 264.08 miles / 425 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Afrika. IATA airport code is BWO.

Cheboksary Airport (CSY)

Cheboksary Airport is located approximately 312.55 miles / 503 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Afrika. IATA airport code is CSY.

Joshkar-Ola Airport (JOK)

Joshkar-Ola Airport is located approximately 322.49 miles / 519 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Afrika. IATA airport code is JOK.

Perm Airport (PEE)

Perm Airport is located approximately 330.57 miles / 532 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Afrika. IATA airport code is PEE.