Closest Airport to Al Jouf, Airports Near Al Jouf, Saudi Arabia

The closest airport to Al Jouf is Jazan Airport (GIZ). Distance from Jazan Airport to Al Jouf is 39.03 miles / 62.82 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Al Jouf

  1. Jazan Airport (62.82 Km)
  2. Abha Airport (95.64 Km)
  3. Khamis Mushait Airport (99.71 Km)
  4. Sadah Airport (104.71 Km)
  5. Nejran Airport (167.09 Km)
  6. Albuq Airport (187.17 Km)
  7. Sana'a International Airport (258.68 Km)
  8. Abbse Airport (261.94 Km)
  9. Bisha Airport (288.23 Km)
  10. Hodeidah Airport (294.84 Km)
  11. Mareb Airport (339.81 Km)
  12. Al-Aqiq Airport (346.63 Km)
  13. Massawa Airport (418.79 Km)
  14. Beihan Airport (422.26 Km)
  15. Wadi Ad Dawasir Airport (423.75 Km)
  16. Al Janad Airport (435.37 Km)
  17. Sharurah Airport (452.24 Km)
  18. Assab Airport (482.06 Km)
  19. Asmara International Airport (482.18 Km)
  20. Mukeiras Airport (490.08 Km)

List of Airports close to Al Jouf

Jazan Airport (GIZ)

Jazan Airport is located approximately 38.53 miles / 62 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Al Jouf. IATA airport code is GIZ.

Abha Airport (AHB)

Abha Airport is located approximately 59.03 miles / 95 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Al Jouf. IATA airport code is AHB.

Khamis Mushait Airport (KMX)

Khamis Mushait Airport is located approximately 61.52 miles / 99 kilometers North (N) of central Al Jouf. IATA airport code is KMX.

Sadah Airport (SYE)

Sadah Airport is located approximately 64.62 miles / 104 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Al Jouf. IATA airport code is SYE.

Nejran Airport (EAM)

Nejran Airport is located approximately 103.77 miles / 167 kilometers East (E) of central Al Jouf. IATA airport code is EAM.

Albuq Airport (BUK)

Albuq Airport is located approximately 116.2 miles / 187 kilometers East (E) of central Al Jouf. IATA airport code is BUK.

Kamaran Island Airport (KAM)

Kamaran Island Airport is located approximately 141.67 miles / 228 kilometers South (S) of central Al Jouf. IATA airport code is KAM.

Aljouf Airport (AJO)

Aljouf Airport is located approximately 147.89 miles / 238 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Al Jouf. IATA airport code is AJO.

Sana'a International Airport (SAH)

Sana'a International Airport is located approximately 160.31 miles / 258 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Al Jouf. IATA airport code is SAH.

Abbse Airport (EAB)

Abbse Airport is located approximately 162.18 miles / 261 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Al Jouf. IATA airport code is EAB.

Bisha Airport (BHH)

Bisha Airport is located approximately 178.95 miles / 288 kilometers North (N) of central Al Jouf. IATA airport code is BHH.

Hodeidah Airport (HOD)

Hodeidah Airport is located approximately 182.68 miles / 294 kilometers South (S) of central Al Jouf. IATA airport code is HOD.

Mareb Airport (MYN)

Mareb Airport is located approximately 210.64 miles / 339 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Al Jouf. IATA airport code is MYN.

Al-Aqiq Airport (ABT)

Al-Aqiq Airport is located approximately 214.99 miles / 346 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Al Jouf. IATA airport code is ABT.

Dhamar Airport (DMR)

Dhamar Airport is located approximately 223.69 miles / 360 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Al Jouf. IATA airport code is DMR.

Wadi Ain Airport (WDA)

Wadi Ain Airport is located approximately 249.79 miles / 402 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Al Jouf. IATA airport code is WDA.

Massawa Airport (MSW)

Massawa Airport is located approximately 259.73 miles / 418 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Al Jouf. IATA airport code is MSW.

Beihan Airport (BHN)

Beihan Airport is located approximately 262.22 miles / 422 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Al Jouf. IATA airport code is BHN.

Wildman Lake Airport (EWD)

Wildman Lake Airport is located approximately 262.84 miles / 423 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Al Jouf. IATA airport code is EWD.

Wadi Ad Dawasir Airport (WAE)

Wadi Ad Dawasir Airport is located approximately 262.84 miles / 423 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Al Jouf. IATA airport code is WAE.