Closest Airport to Akure, Airports Near Akure, Nigeria

The closest airport to Akure is Akure Airport (AKR). Distance from Akure Airport to Akure is 6.57 miles / 10.57 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Akure

  1. Akure Airport (10.57 Km)
  2. Benin City Airport (113.22 Km)
  3. Ibadan Airport (135.88 Km)
  4. Ilorin Airport (153.15 Km)
  5. Murtala Muhammed Airport (221.34 Km)
  6. Enugu Airport (274.29 Km)
  7. International Airport (298.56 Km)
  8. Minna Airport (300.03 Km)
  9. Sam Mbakwe International Airport (300.45 Km)
  10. Port Harcourt Airport (315.11 Km)
  11. Cotonou Airport (327.19 Km)
  12. Parakou Airport (368.97 Km)
  13. Akwa Ibom International Airport (414.98 Km)
  14. Calabar Airport (430.06 Km)
  15. Kaduna Airport (447.36 Km)
  16. Lome Airport (452.91 Km)
  17. Jos Airport (482.19 Km)
  18. Mamfe Airport (484.83 Km)
  19. Kandi Airport (497.95 Km)
  20. Zaria Airport (509.46 Km)

List of Airports close to Akure

Akure Airport (AKR)

Akure Airport is located approximately 6.21 miles / 10 kilometers East (E) of central Akure. IATA airport code is AKR.

Benin City Airport (BNI)

Benin City Airport is located approximately 70.21 miles / 113 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Akure. IATA airport code is BNI.

Ibadan Airport (IBA)

Ibadan Airport is located approximately 83.89 miles / 135 kilometers West (W) of central Akure. IATA airport code is IBA.

Ilorin Airport (ILR)

Ilorin Airport is located approximately 95.07 miles / 153 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Akure. IATA airport code is ILR.

Warri Airport (QRW)

Warri Airport is located approximately 121.79 miles / 196 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Akure. IATA airport code is QRW.

Royal Air Force Station (ABB)

Royal Air Force Station is located approximately 123.03 miles / 198 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Akure. IATA airport code is ABB.

Murtala Muhammed Airport (LOS)

Murtala Muhammed Airport is located approximately 137.32 miles / 221 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Akure. IATA airport code is LOS.

Enugu Airport (ENU)

Enugu Airport is located approximately 170.26 miles / 274 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Akure. IATA airport code is ENU.

International Airport (ABV)

International Airport is located approximately 185.17 miles / 298 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Akure. IATA airport code is ABV.

Minna Airport (MXJ)

Minna Airport is located approximately 186.41 miles / 300 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Akure. IATA airport code is MXJ.

Sam Mbakwe International Airport (QOW)

Sam Mbakwe International Airport is located approximately 186.41 miles / 300 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Akure. IATA airport code is QOW.

Save Airport (SVF)

Save Airport is located approximately 194.49 miles / 313 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Akure. IATA airport code is SVF.

Port Harcourt Airport (PHC)

Port Harcourt Airport is located approximately 195.73 miles / 315 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Akure. IATA airport code is PHC.

Cotonou Airport (COO)

Cotonou Airport is located approximately 203.19 miles / 327 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Akure. IATA airport code is COO.

Port Harcourt City Airport (PHG)

Port Harcourt City Airport is located approximately 207.54 miles / 334 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Akure. IATA airport code is PHG.

Parakou Airport (PKO)

Parakou Airport is located approximately 228.66 miles / 368 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Akure. IATA airport code is PKO.

Makurdi Airport (MDI)

Makurdi Airport is located approximately 235.5 miles / 379 kilometers East (E) of central Akure. IATA airport code is MDI.

Akwa Ibom International Airport (QUO)

Akwa Ibom International Airport is located approximately 257.25 miles / 414 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Akure. IATA airport code is QUO.

Calabar Airport (CBQ)

Calabar Airport is located approximately 267.19 miles / 430 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Akure. IATA airport code is CBQ.

Kaduna Airport (KAD)

Kaduna Airport is located approximately 277.75 miles / 447 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Akure. IATA airport code is KAD.