Closest Airport to Alert, Airports Near Alert, Canada

The closest airport to Alert is Alert Airport (YLT). Distance from Alert Airport to Alert is 1.26 miles / 2.03 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Alert

  1. Alert Airport (2.03 Km)
  2. Eureka Airport (479.61 Km)
  3. Pituffik Airport (675.24 Km)
  4. Grise Fiord Airport (784.31 Km)
  5. Resolute Airport (1091.59 Km)
  6. Pond Inlet Airport (1144.11 Km)
  7. Upernavik Kujalleq Heliport (1160.75 Km)
  8. Nanisivik Airport (1163.11 Km)
  9. Umanak Airport (1335.68 Km)
  10. Clyde River Airport (1343.78 Km)
  11. Svalbard Airport (1390.66 Km)
  12. Qeqertaq Heliport (1414.73 Km)
  13. Stord Airport (1438.24 Km)
  14. Ilulissat Airport (1498.95 Km)
  15. Igloolik Airport (1532.74 Km)
  16. Kitsissuarsuit Heliport (1533.48 Km)
  17. Aasiaat Airport (1549.77 Km)
  18. Ikamiut Heliport (1563.08 Km)
  19. Neerlerit Inaat Airport (1588.14 Km)
  20. Kangaatsiaq Heliport (1592.74 Km)

List of Airports close to Alert

Alert Airport (YLT)

Alert Airport is located approximately 1.24 miles / 2 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Alert. IATA airport code is YLT.

Eureka Airport (YEU)

Eureka Airport is located approximately 297.64 miles / 479 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Alert. IATA airport code is YEU.

Qaanaaq Airport (NAQ)

Qaanaaq Airport is located approximately 355.42 miles / 572 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Alert. IATA airport code is NAQ.

Pituffik Airport (THU)

Pituffik Airport is located approximately 419.43 miles / 675 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Alert. IATA airport code is THU.

Dundas Airport (DUN)

Dundas Airport is located approximately 420.05 miles / 676 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Alert. IATA airport code is DUN.

Grise Fiord Airport (YGZ)

Grise Fiord Airport is located approximately 487.15 miles / 784 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Alert. IATA airport code is YGZ.

Upernavik Heliport (JUV)

Upernavik Heliport is located approximately 676.05 miles / 1088 kilometers South (S) of central Alert. IATA airport code is JUV.

Resolute Airport (YRB)

Resolute Airport is located approximately 677.92 miles / 1091 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Alert. IATA airport code is YRB.

Pond Inlet Airport (YIO)

Pond Inlet Airport is located approximately 710.85 miles / 1144 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Alert. IATA airport code is YIO.

Upernavik Kujalleq Heliport (UPK)

Upernavik Kujalleq Heliport is located approximately 720.79 miles / 1160 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Alert. IATA airport code is UPK.

Arctic Bay Airport (YAB)

Arctic Bay Airport is located approximately 721.41 miles / 1161 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Alert. IATA airport code is YAB.

Nanisivik Airport (YSR)

Nanisivik Airport is located approximately 722.65 miles / 1163 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Alert. IATA airport code is YSR.

Mould Bay Airport (YMD)

Mould Bay Airport is located approximately 794.73 miles / 1279 kilometers West (W) of central Alert. IATA airport code is YMD.

Mary River Aerodrome (YMV)

Mary River Aerodrome is located approximately 808.4 miles / 1301 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Alert. IATA airport code is YMV.

Qaarsut Airport (JQA)

Qaarsut Airport is located approximately 824.56 miles / 1327 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Alert. IATA airport code is JQA.

Umanak Airport (UMD)

Umanak Airport is located approximately 829.53 miles / 1335 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Alert. IATA airport code is UMD.

Clyde River Airport (YCY)

Clyde River Airport is located approximately 834.5 miles / 1343 kilometers South (S) of central Alert. IATA airport code is YCY.

Svalbard Airport (LYR)

Svalbard Airport is located approximately 863.71 miles / 1390 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Alert. IATA airport code is LYR.

Saqqaq Heliport (QUP)

Saqqaq Heliport is located approximately 876.13 miles / 1410 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Alert. IATA airport code is QUP.

Qeqertaq Heliport (QQT)

Qeqertaq Heliport is located approximately 878.62 miles / 1414 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Alert. IATA airport code is QQT.