Closest Airport to Arica, Airports Near Arica, Chile

The closest airport to Arica is Chacalluta Airport (ARI). Distance from Chacalluta Airport to Arica is 9.13 miles / 14.69 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Arica

  1. Chacalluta Airport (14.69 Km)
  2. Tacna Airport (47.41 Km)
  3. Ilo Airport (139.54 Km)
  4. Cavancha Airport (229.14 Km)
  5. Rodriguez Ballon Airport (273.21 Km)
  6. El Alto Airport (313.52 Km)
  7. Juliaca Airport (335.23 Km)
  8. Oruro Airport (346.6 Km)
  9. Barriles Airport (408.12 Km)
  10. Uyuni Airport (424 Km)
  11. J Wilsterman Airport (452.97 Km)
  12. Apolo Airport (462.81 Km)
  13. El Loa Airport (470.46 Km)
  14. Dyess Aaf (496.73 Km)
  15. Potosi Airport (496.73 Km)
  16. Sucre Airport (532.25 Km)
  17. Rurrenabaque Airport (541.26 Km)
  18. Cerro Moreno Airport (552.39 Km)
  19. Capitan G Q Guardia Airport (553.99 Km)
  20. Reyes Airport (561.24 Km)

List of Airports close to Arica

Chacalluta Airport (ARI)

Chacalluta Airport is located approximately 8.7 miles / 14 kilometers North (N) of central Arica. IATA airport code is ARI.

Tacna Airport (TCQ)

Tacna Airport is located approximately 29.2 miles / 47 kilometers North (N) of central Arica. IATA airport code is TCQ.

Ilo Airport (ILQ)

Ilo Airport is located approximately 86.37 miles / 139 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Arica. IATA airport code is ILQ.

Cavancha Airport (IQQ)

Cavancha Airport is located approximately 142.29 miles / 229 kilometers South (S) of central Arica. IATA airport code is IQQ.

Rodriguez Ballon Airport (AQP)

Rodriguez Ballon Airport is located approximately 169.63 miles / 273 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Arica. IATA airport code is AQP.

El Alto Airport (LPB)

El Alto Airport is located approximately 194.49 miles / 313 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Arica. IATA airport code is LPB.

Juliaca Airport (JUL)

Juliaca Airport is located approximately 208.16 miles / 335 kilometers North (N) of central Arica. IATA airport code is JUL.

Oruro Airport (ORU)

Oruro Airport is located approximately 214.99 miles / 346 kilometers East (E) of central Arica. IATA airport code is ORU.

Barriles Airport (TOQ)

Barriles Airport is located approximately 253.52 miles / 408 kilometers South (S) of central Arica. IATA airport code is TOQ.

Uyuni Airport (UYU)

Uyuni Airport is located approximately 262.84 miles / 423 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Arica. IATA airport code is UYU.

J Wilsterman Airport (CBB)

J Wilsterman Airport is located approximately 280.86 miles / 452 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Arica. IATA airport code is CBB.

Apolo Airport (APB)

Apolo Airport is located approximately 287.07 miles / 462 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Arica. IATA airport code is APB.

El Loa Airport (CJC)

El Loa Airport is located approximately 292.04 miles / 470 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Arica. IATA airport code is CJC.

Dyess Aaf (POI)

Dyess Aaf is located approximately 308.2 miles / 496 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Arica. IATA airport code is POI.

Potosi Airport (POI)

Potosi Airport is located approximately 308.2 miles / 496 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Arica. IATA airport code is POI.

Sucre Airport (SRE)

Sucre Airport is located approximately 330.57 miles / 532 kilometers East (E) of central Arica. IATA airport code is SRE.

Rurrenabaque Airport (RBQ)

Rurrenabaque Airport is located approximately 336.16 miles / 541 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Arica. IATA airport code is RBQ.

Cerro Moreno Airport (ANF)

Cerro Moreno Airport is located approximately 343 miles / 552 kilometers South (S) of central Arica. IATA airport code is ANF.

Capitan G Q Guardia Airport (SRJ)

Capitan G Q Guardia Airport is located approximately 343.62 miles / 553 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Arica. IATA airport code is SRJ.

Reyes Airport (REY)

Reyes Airport is located approximately 348.59 miles / 561 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Arica. IATA airport code is REY.