Closest Airport to Anchorage, Airports Near Anchorage, United States

The closest airport to Anchorage is Merrill Field (MRI). Distance from Merrill Field to Anchorage is 1.9 miles / 3.06 kilometers.


List of Airports close to Anchorage

Merrill Field (MRI)

Merrill Field is located approximately 1.86 miles / 3 kilometers East (E) of central Anchorage. IATA airport code is MRI.

Elmendorf Air Force Base (EDF)

Elmendorf Air Force Base is located approximately 3.73 miles / 6 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Anchorage. IATA airport code is EDF.

Anchorage International Airport (ANC)

Anchorage International Airport is located approximately 4.35 miles / 7 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Anchorage. IATA airport code is ANC.

Bryant Army Air Field (FRN)

Bryant Army Air Field is located approximately 8.7 miles / 14 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Anchorage. IATA airport code is FRN.

Big Lake Airport (BGQ)

Big Lake Airport is located approximately 21.75 miles / 35 kilometers North (N) of central Anchorage. IATA airport code is BGQ.

Wasilla Airport (WWA)

Wasilla Airport is located approximately 26.72 miles / 43 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Anchorage. IATA airport code is WWA.

Girdwood Airport (AQY)

Girdwood Airport is located approximately 31.07 miles / 50 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Anchorage. IATA airport code is AQY.

Willow Airport (WOW)

Willow Airport is located approximately 37.28 miles / 60 kilometers North (N) of central Anchorage. IATA airport code is WOW.

Palmer Municipal Airport (PAQ)

Palmer Municipal Airport is located approximately 37.28 miles / 60 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Anchorage. IATA airport code is PAQ.

Beluga Airport (BVU)

Beluga Airport is located approximately 37.9 miles / 61 kilometers West (W) of central Anchorage. IATA airport code is BVU.

Quartz Creek Airport (JLA)

Quartz Creek Airport is located approximately 50.95 miles / 82 kilometers South (S) of central Anchorage. IATA airport code is JLA.

Kenai Airport (ENA)

Kenai Airport is located approximately 63.38 miles / 102 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Anchorage. IATA airport code is ENA.

Soldotna Airport (SXQ)

Soldotna Airport is located approximately 63.38 miles / 102 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Anchorage. IATA airport code is SXQ.

Skwentna Airport (SKW)

Skwentna Airport is located approximately 66.49 miles / 107 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Anchorage. IATA airport code is SKW.

Perry Island Seaplane Base (PYL)

Perry Island Seaplane Base is located approximately 75.81 miles / 122 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Anchorage. IATA airport code is PYL.

Talkeetna Airport (TKA)

Talkeetna Airport is located approximately 76.43 miles / 123 kilometers North (N) of central Anchorage. IATA airport code is TKA.

Seward Airport (SWD)

Seward Airport is located approximately 77.05 miles / 124 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Anchorage. IATA airport code is SWD.

Drift River Airport (DRF)

Drift River Airport is located approximately 86.99 miles / 140 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Anchorage. IATA airport code is DRF.

Sheep Mountain Airport (SMU)

Sheep Mountain Airport is located approximately 88.86 miles / 143 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Anchorage. IATA airport code is SMU.

Tahneta Pass Airport (HNE)

Tahneta Pass Airport is located approximately 97.56 miles / 157 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Anchorage. IATA airport code is HNE.