Closest Airport to Alger Centre, Airports Near Alger Centre, Algeria

The closest airport to Alger Centre is Houari Boumediene Airport (ALG). Distance from Houari Boumediene Airport to Alger Centre is 10.51 miles / 16.92 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Alger Centre

  1. Houari Boumediene Airport (16.92 Km)
  2. Boufarik Airport (29.84 Km)
  3. Blida Airport (36.83 Km)
  4. Bejaia Airport (179.65 Km)
  5. Ain Eddis Airport (190.65 Km)
  6. Bouchekif Airport (214.03 Km)
  7. Tsletsi Airport (235.78 Km)
  8. Jijel Airport (251.01 Km)
  9. Ibiza Airport (276.35 Km)
  10. Palma Mallorca Airport (310.27 Km)
  11. Batna Airport (312.97 Km)
  12. Ain El Bey Airport (323.31 Km)
  13. Biskra Airport (327.1 Km)
  14. Es Senia Airport (353.71 Km)
  15. Mahon Airport (358.28 Km)
  16. San Javier Airport (359.88 Km)
  17. Alicante Airport (360.11 Km)
  18. El Bayadh Airport (383.18 Km)
  19. Oum el Bouaghi airport (390.45 Km)
  20. Les Salines Airport (423.3 Km)

List of Airports close to Alger Centre

Houari Boumediene Airport (ALG)

Houari Boumediene Airport is located approximately 9.94 miles / 16 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Alger Centre. IATA airport code is ALG.

Boufarik Airport (QFD)

Boufarik Airport is located approximately 18.02 miles / 29 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Alger Centre. IATA airport code is QFD.

Blida Airport (QLD)

Blida Airport is located approximately 22.37 miles / 36 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Alger Centre. IATA airport code is QLD.

Chlef Airport (CFK)

Chlef Airport is located approximately 103.15 miles / 166 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Alger Centre. IATA airport code is CFK.

Bejaia Airport (BJA)

Bejaia Airport is located approximately 111.23 miles / 179 kilometers East (E) of central Alger Centre. IATA airport code is BJA.

Ain Eddis Airport (BUJ)

Ain Eddis Airport is located approximately 118.06 miles / 190 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Alger Centre. IATA airport code is BUJ.

Setif Airport (QSF)

Setif Airport is located approximately 132.35 miles / 213 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Alger Centre. IATA airport code is QSF.

Bouchekif Airport (TID)

Bouchekif Airport is located approximately 132.97 miles / 214 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Alger Centre. IATA airport code is TID.

Tsletsi Airport (QDJ)

Tsletsi Airport is located approximately 146.02 miles / 235 kilometers South (S) of central Alger Centre. IATA airport code is QDJ.

Relizane Airport (QZN)

Relizane Airport is located approximately 152.24 miles / 245 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Alger Centre. IATA airport code is QZN.

Jijel Airport (GJL)

Jijel Airport is located approximately 155.96 miles / 251 kilometers East (E) of central Alger Centre. IATA airport code is GJL.

Ibiza Airport (IBZ)

Ibiza Airport is located approximately 171.5 miles / 276 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Alger Centre. IATA airport code is IBZ.

Mostaganem Airport (MQV)

Mostaganem Airport is located approximately 172.12 miles / 277 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Alger Centre. IATA airport code is MQV.

Palma Mallorca Airport (PMI)

Palma Mallorca Airport is located approximately 192.63 miles / 310 kilometers North (N) of central Alger Centre. IATA airport code is PMI.

Batna Airport (BLJ)

Batna Airport is located approximately 193.87 miles / 312 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Alger Centre. IATA airport code is BLJ.

Mascara Airport (MUW)

Mascara Airport is located approximately 195.11 miles / 314 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Alger Centre. IATA airport code is MUW.

Ain El Bey Airport (CZL)

Ain El Bey Airport is located approximately 200.7 miles / 323 kilometers East (E) of central Alger Centre. IATA airport code is CZL.

Biskra Airport (BSK)

Biskra Airport is located approximately 203.19 miles / 327 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Alger Centre. IATA airport code is BSK.

L'Mekrareg Airport (LOO)

L'Mekrareg Airport is located approximately 207.54 miles / 334 kilometers South (S) of central Alger Centre. IATA airport code is LOO.

Tafaraoui Airport (TAF)

Tafaraoui Airport is located approximately 216.86 miles / 349 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Alger Centre. IATA airport code is TAF.