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.


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.

Coposa Airport (CPP)

Coposa Airport is located approximately 188.9 miles / 304 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Arica. IATA airport code is CPP.

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.


Nearest airports to Arica