Closest Airport to Anambra, Airports Near Anambra, Nigeria

The closest airport to Anambra is Enugu Airport (ENU). Distance from Enugu Airport to Anambra is 57.31 miles / 92.23 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Anambra

  1. Enugu Airport (92.23 Km)
  2. Sam Mbakwe International Airport (95.64 Km)
  3. Port Harcourt Airport (130.48 Km)
  4. Benin City Airport (131.72 Km)
  5. Akure Airport (202.3 Km)
  6. Akwa Ibom International Airport (205.11 Km)
  7. Calabar Airport (218.65 Km)
  8. Mamfe Airport (284.01 Km)
  9. International Airport (319.06 Km)
  10. Ibadan Airport (336.55 Km)
  11. Santa Isabel Airport (343.56 Km)
  12. Ilorin Airport (356.44 Km)
  13. Tiko Airport (367.95 Km)
  14. Bamenda Airport (369.57 Km)
  15. Dschang Airport (372.19 Km)
  16. Murtala Muhammed Airport (385.12 Km)
  17. Minna Airport (388.01 Km)
  18. Bafoussam Airport (401.45 Km)
  19. Douala Airport (405.03 Km)
  20. Foumban Airport (442.96 Km)

List of Airports close to Anambra

Royal Air Force Station (ABB)

Royal Air Force Station is located approximately 8.7 miles / 14 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Anambra. IATA airport code is ABB.

Enugu Airport (ENU)

Enugu Airport is located approximately 57.17 miles / 92 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Anambra. IATA airport code is ENU.

Sam Mbakwe International Airport (QOW)

Sam Mbakwe International Airport is located approximately 59.03 miles / 95 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Anambra. IATA airport code is QOW.

Warri Airport (QRW)

Warri Airport is located approximately 77.05 miles / 124 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Anambra. IATA airport code is QRW.

Port Harcourt Airport (PHC)

Port Harcourt Airport is located approximately 80.78 miles / 130 kilometers South (S) of central Anambra. IATA airport code is PHC.

Benin City Airport (BNI)

Benin City Airport is located approximately 81.4 miles / 131 kilometers West (W) of central Anambra. IATA airport code is BNI.

Port Harcourt City Airport (PHG)

Port Harcourt City Airport is located approximately 93.21 miles / 150 kilometers South (S) of central Anambra. IATA airport code is PHG.

Akure Airport (AKR)

Akure Airport is located approximately 125.52 miles / 202 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Anambra. IATA airport code is AKR.

Akwa Ibom International Airport (QUO)

Akwa Ibom International Airport is located approximately 127.38 miles / 205 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Anambra. IATA airport code is QUO.

Calabar Airport (CBQ)

Calabar Airport is located approximately 135.46 miles / 218 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Anambra. IATA airport code is CBQ.

Makurdi Airport (MDI)

Makurdi Airport is located approximately 163.42 miles / 263 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Anambra. IATA airport code is MDI.

Mamfe Airport (MMF)

Mamfe Airport is located approximately 176.47 miles / 284 kilometers East (E) of central Anambra. IATA airport code is MMF.

International Airport (ABV)

International Airport is located approximately 198.22 miles / 319 kilometers North (N) of central Anambra. IATA airport code is ABV.

Ibadan Airport (IBA)

Ibadan Airport is located approximately 208.78 miles / 336 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Anambra. IATA airport code is IBA.

Santa Isabel Airport (SSG)

Santa Isabel Airport is located approximately 213.13 miles / 343 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Anambra. IATA airport code is SSG.

Ilorin Airport (ILR)

Ilorin Airport is located approximately 221.21 miles / 356 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Anambra. IATA airport code is ILR.

Limbe Airport (VCC)

Limbe Airport is located approximately 223.07 miles / 359 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Anambra. IATA airport code is VCC.

Bali Airport (BLC)

Bali Airport is located approximately 223.69 miles / 360 kilometers East (E) of central Anambra. IATA airport code is BLC.

Tiko Airport (TKC)

Tiko Airport is located approximately 228.04 miles / 367 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Anambra. IATA airport code is TKC.

Bamenda Airport (BPC)

Bamenda Airport is located approximately 229.29 miles / 369 kilometers East (E) of central Anambra. IATA airport code is BPC.