Closest Airport to Al Bayda, Airports Near Al Bayda, Libya

The closest airport to Al Bayda is La Braq Airport (LAQ). Distance from La Braq Airport to Al Bayda is 13.36 miles / 21.5 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Al Bayda

  1. La Braq Airport (21.5 Km)
  2. Benina International Airport (156.1 Km)
  3. Tobruk Airport (226.88 Km)
  4. Marsa el Brega Airport (334.44 Km)
  5. Souda Airport (380.11 Km)
  6. Kithira Airport (408.34 Km)
  7. N. Kazantzakis Airport (427.86 Km)
  8. Sparta Airport (474.44 Km)
  9. Kalamata Airport (480.18 Km)
  10. Sitia Airport (486.41 Km)
  11. Milos Airport (504.57 Km)
  12. Thira Airport (530.39 Km)
  13. Mersa Matruh Airport (540.77 Km)
  14. Zakinthos Airport (560.73 Km)
  15. Kasos Island Airport (560.84 Km)
  16. Paros Airport (565.04 Km)
  17. Andravida Airport (575.66 Km)
  18. Karpathos Airport (579.4 Km)
  19. Naxos Airport (583.68 Km)
  20. Syros Island Airport (595.47 Km)

List of Airports close to Al Bayda

La Braq Airport (LAQ)

La Braq Airport is located approximately 13.05 miles / 21 kilometers East (E) of central Al Bayda. IATA airport code is LAQ.

Martuba Airport (DNF)

Martuba Airport is located approximately 60.27 miles / 97 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Al Bayda. IATA airport code is DNF.

Benina International Airport (BEN)

Benina International Airport is located approximately 96.93 miles / 156 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Al Bayda. IATA airport code is BEN.

Tobruk Airport (TOB)

Tobruk Airport is located approximately 140.43 miles / 226 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Al Bayda. IATA airport code is TOB.

Marsa el Brega Airport (LMQ)

Marsa el Brega Airport is located approximately 207.54 miles / 334 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Al Bayda. IATA airport code is LMQ.

Souda Airport (CHQ)

Souda Airport is located approximately 236.12 miles / 380 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Al Bayda. IATA airport code is CHQ.

Nafoora Airport (NFR)

Nafoora Airport is located approximately 246.06 miles / 396 kilometers South (S) of central Al Bayda. IATA airport code is NFR.

Kithira Airport (KIT)

Kithira Airport is located approximately 253.52 miles / 408 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Al Bayda. IATA airport code is KIT.

N. Kazantzakis Airport (HER)

N. Kazantzakis Airport is located approximately 265.33 miles / 427 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Al Bayda. IATA airport code is HER.

Sparta Airport (SPJ)

Sparta Airport is located approximately 294.53 miles / 474 kilometers North (N) of central Al Bayda. IATA airport code is SPJ.

Kalamata Airport (KLX)

Kalamata Airport is located approximately 298.26 miles / 480 kilometers North (N) of central Al Bayda. IATA airport code is KLX.

Sitia Airport (JSH)

Sitia Airport is located approximately 301.99 miles / 486 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Al Bayda. IATA airport code is JSH.

Milos Airport (MLO)

Milos Airport is located approximately 313.17 miles / 504 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Al Bayda. IATA airport code is MLO.

Sert Airport (SRX)

Sert Airport is located approximately 323.11 miles / 520 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Al Bayda. IATA airport code is SRX.

Alexion Airport (PKH)

Alexion Airport is located approximately 323.11 miles / 520 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Al Bayda. IATA airport code is PKH.

Siwa Airport (SEW)

Siwa Airport is located approximately 324.36 miles / 522 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Al Bayda. IATA airport code is SEW.

Spetsai Island Airport (JSS)

Spetsai Island Airport is located approximately 328.08 miles / 528 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Al Bayda. IATA airport code is JSS.

Thira Airport (JTR)

Thira Airport is located approximately 329.33 miles / 530 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Al Bayda. IATA airport code is JTR.

Mersa Matruh Airport (MUH)

Mersa Matruh Airport is located approximately 335.54 miles / 540 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Al Bayda. IATA airport code is MUH.

Zakinthos Airport (ZTH)

Zakinthos Airport is located approximately 347.97 miles / 560 kilometers North (N) of central Al Bayda. IATA airport code is ZTH.