Closest Airport to Anaa, Airports Near Anaa, French Polynesia

The closest airport to Anaa is Anaa Airport (AAA). Distance from Anaa Airport to Anaa is 1 miles / 1.6 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Anaa

  1. Anaa Airport (1.6 Km)
  2. Faaite Airport (75.87 Km)
  3. Fakarava Airport (144.11 Km)
  4. Naiu Airport (163.29 Km)
  5. Aratika Nord Airport (206.71 Km)
  6. Makemo Airport (215.48 Km)
  7. Apataki Airport (218.65 Km)
  8. Arutua Airport (260.66 Km)
  9. Takapoto Airport (294.38 Km)
  10. Takaroa Airport (325.48 Km)
  11. Manihi Airport (328.5 Km)
  12. Rangiroa Airport (350.4 Km)
  13. Raroia Airport (354.99 Km)
  14. Tikehau Atoll Airport (380.53 Km)
  15. Takume Airport (384.21 Km)
  16. Faaa Airport (433.97 Km)
  17. Mataiva Airport (438.48 Km)
  18. Temae Airport (450.15 Km)
  19. Hao Island Airport (491.45 Km)
  20. Fangatau Airport (522.16 Km)

List of Airports close to Anaa

Anaa Airport (AAA)

Anaa Airport is located approximately 0.62 miles / 1 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Anaa. IATA airport code is AAA.

Faaite Airport (FAC)

Faaite Airport is located approximately 46.6 miles / 75 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Anaa. IATA airport code is FAC.

Fakarava Airport (FAV)

Fakarava Airport is located approximately 89.48 miles / 144 kilometers North (N) of central Anaa. IATA airport code is FAV.

Katiu Airport (KXU)

Katiu Airport is located approximately 101.28 miles / 163 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Anaa. IATA airport code is KXU.

Naiu Airport (NIU)

Naiu Airport is located approximately 101.28 miles / 163 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Anaa. IATA airport code is NIU.

Kauehi Airport (KHZ)

Kauehi Airport is located approximately 110.6 miles / 178 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Anaa. IATA airport code is KHZ.

Aratika Nord Airport (RKA)

Aratika Nord Airport is located approximately 128 miles / 206 kilometers North (N) of central Anaa. IATA airport code is RKA.

Makemo Airport (MKP)

Makemo Airport is located approximately 133.59 miles / 215 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Anaa. IATA airport code is MKP.

Apataki Airport (APK)

Apataki Airport is located approximately 135.46 miles / 218 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Anaa. IATA airport code is APK.

Kaukura Atoll Airport (KKR)

Kaukura Atoll Airport is located approximately 146.64 miles / 236 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Anaa. IATA airport code is KKR.

Arutua Airport (AXR)

Arutua Airport is located approximately 161.56 miles / 260 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Anaa. IATA airport code is AXR.

Takapoto Airport (TKP)

Takapoto Airport is located approximately 182.68 miles / 294 kilometers North (N) of central Anaa. IATA airport code is TKP.

Hikueru Airport (HHZ)

Hikueru Airport is located approximately 192 miles / 309 kilometers East (E) of central Anaa. IATA airport code is HHZ.

Takaroa Airport (TKX)

Takaroa Airport is located approximately 201.95 miles / 325 kilometers North (N) of central Anaa. IATA airport code is TKX.

Manihi Airport (XMH)

Manihi Airport is located approximately 203.81 miles / 328 kilometers North (N) of central Anaa. IATA airport code is XMH.

Ahe Airport (AHE)

Ahe Airport is located approximately 206.92 miles / 333 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Anaa. IATA airport code is AHE.

Rangiroa Airport (RGI)

Rangiroa Airport is located approximately 217.48 miles / 350 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Anaa. IATA airport code is RGI.

Raroia Airport (RRR)

Raroia Airport is located approximately 219.97 miles / 354 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Anaa. IATA airport code is RRR.

Tikehau Atoll Airport (TIH)

Tikehau Atoll Airport is located approximately 236.12 miles / 380 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Anaa. IATA airport code is TIH.

Takume Airport (TJN)

Takume Airport is located approximately 238.61 miles / 384 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Anaa. IATA airport code is TJN.