Closest Airport to Arkansas City, Airports Near Arkansas City, United States

The closest airport to Arkansas City is Greenville Airport (GLH). Distance from Greenville Airport to Arkansas City is 15.42 miles / 24.82 kilometers.


List of Airports close to Arkansas City

Greenville Airport (GLH)

Greenville Airport is located approximately 14.91 miles / 24 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Arkansas City. IATA airport code is GLH.

Crossett Municipal Airport (CRT)

Crossett Municipal Airport is located approximately 48.47 miles / 78 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Arkansas City. IATA airport code is CRT.

Rollang Field (RFK)

Rollang Field is located approximately 49.09 miles / 79 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Arkansas City. IATA airport code is RFK.

Grider Field (PBF)

Grider Field is located approximately 57.17 miles / 92 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Arkansas City. IATA airport code is PBF.

Fletcher Field (CKM)

Fletcher Field is located approximately 62.14 miles / 100 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Arkansas City. IATA airport code is CKM.

Leflore Airport (GWO)

Leflore Airport is located approximately 64.62 miles / 104 kilometers East (E) of central Arkansas City. IATA airport code is GWO.

Selfs Airport (MMS)

Selfs Airport is located approximately 67.73 miles / 109 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Arkansas City. IATA airport code is MMS.

Stuttgart Airport (SGT)

Stuttgart Airport is located approximately 71.46 miles / 115 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Arkansas City. IATA airport code is SGT.

Thompson-Robbins Airport (HEE)

Thompson-Robbins Airport is located approximately 73.32 miles / 118 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Arkansas City. IATA airport code is HEE.

Tunica Municipal Airport (UTM)

Tunica Municipal Airport is located approximately 78.91 miles / 127 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Arkansas City. IATA airport code is UTM.

Mutare Airport (UTA)

Mutare Airport is located approximately 88.86 miles / 143 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Arkansas City. IATA airport code is UTA.

Harrell Field (CDH)

Harrell Field is located approximately 89.48 miles / 144 kilometers West (W) of central Arkansas City. IATA airport code is CDH.

Monroe Regional Airport (MLU)

Monroe Regional Airport is located approximately 89.48 miles / 144 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Arkansas City. IATA airport code is MLU.

Forrest City Municipal Airport (FCY)

Forrest City Municipal Airport is located approximately 95.07 miles / 153 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Arkansas City. IATA airport code is FCY.

Vicksburg Airport (VKS)

Vicksburg Airport is located approximately 95.69 miles / 154 kilometers South (S) of central Arkansas City. IATA airport code is VKS.

Goodwin Field (ELD)

Goodwin Field is located approximately 96.31 miles / 155 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Arkansas City. IATA airport code is ELD.

Little Rock Regional Airport (LIT)

Little Rock Regional Airport is located approximately 96.31 miles / 155 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Arkansas City. IATA airport code is LIT.

Attala County Airport (OSX)

Attala County Airport is located approximately 102.53 miles / 165 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Arkansas City. IATA airport code is OSX.

Mamburao Airport (MBO)

Mamburao Airport is located approximately 102.53 miles / 165 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Arkansas City. IATA airport code is MBO.

Hawkins Field (HKS)

Hawkins Field is located approximately 104.39 miles / 168 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Arkansas City. IATA airport code is HKS.