Closest Airport to Arkhangelsk, Airports Near Arkhangelsk, Russia

The closest airport to Arkhangelsk is Arkhangelsk Airport (ARH). Distance from Arkhangelsk Airport to Arkhangelsk is 6.2 miles / 9.98 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Arkhangelsk

  1. Arkhangelsk Airport (9.98 Km)
  2. Petrozavodsk Airport (435.8 Km)
  3. Kotlas Airport (481.74 Km)
  4. Kuusamo Airport (549.24 Km)
  5. Ust-Tsylma Airport (555.69 Km)
  6. Joensuu Airport (579.15 Km)
  7. Murmansk Airport (582.07 Km)
  8. Kitee Airport (584.68 Km)
  9. Syktyvkar Airport (609.01 Km)
  10. Kajaani Airport (617.05 Km)
  11. Savonlinna Airport (647.77 Km)
  12. Kuopio Airport (648.29 Km)
  13. Ukhta Airport (652.64 Km)
  14. Naryan-Mar Airport (661.02 Km)
  15. Rovaniemi Airport (667.26 Km)
  16. Varkaus Airport (683.76 Km)
  17. Sodankyla Airport (703.8 Km)
  18. Oulu Airport (720.62 Km)
  19. Ivalo Airport (733.44 Km)
  20. Hoeybuktmoen Airport (735.36 Km)

List of Airports close to Arkhangelsk

Arkhangelsk Airport (ARH)

Arkhangelsk Airport is located approximately 5.59 miles / 9 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Arkhangelsk. IATA airport code is ARH.

Solovetsky Airport (CSH)

Solovetsky Airport is located approximately 145.4 miles / 234 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Arkhangelsk. IATA airport code is CSH.

Leshukonskoye Airport (LDG)

Leshukonskoye Airport is located approximately 154.1 miles / 248 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Arkhangelsk. IATA airport code is LDG.

Petrozavodsk Airport (PES)

Petrozavodsk Airport is located approximately 270.3 miles / 435 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Arkhangelsk. IATA airport code is PES.

Kirovsk Airport (KVK)

Kirovsk Airport is located approximately 280.24 miles / 451 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Arkhangelsk. IATA airport code is KVK.

Kotlas Airport (KSZ)

Kotlas Airport is located approximately 298.88 miles / 481 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Arkhangelsk. IATA airport code is KSZ.

Velikij Ustyug Airport (VUS)

Velikij Ustyug Airport is located approximately 316.28 miles / 509 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Arkhangelsk. IATA airport code is VUS.

Kuusamo Airport (KAO)

Kuusamo Airport is located approximately 341.13 miles / 549 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Arkhangelsk. IATA airport code is KAO.

Ust-Tsylma Airport (UTS)

Ust-Tsylma Airport is located approximately 344.86 miles / 555 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Arkhangelsk. IATA airport code is UTS.

Joensuu Airport (JOE)

Joensuu Airport is located approximately 359.77 miles / 579 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Arkhangelsk. IATA airport code is JOE.

Murmansk Airport (MMK)

Murmansk Airport is located approximately 361.64 miles / 582 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Arkhangelsk. IATA airport code is MMK.

Kitee Airport (KTQ)

Kitee Airport is located approximately 362.88 miles / 584 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Arkhangelsk. IATA airport code is KTQ.

Vologda Airport (VGD)

Vologda Airport is located approximately 364.12 miles / 586 kilometers South (S) of central Arkhangelsk. IATA airport code is VGD.

Cherepovets Airport (CEE)

Cherepovets Airport is located approximately 372.82 miles / 600 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Arkhangelsk. IATA airport code is CEE.

Syktyvkar Airport (SCW)

Syktyvkar Airport is located approximately 378.41 miles / 609 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Arkhangelsk. IATA airport code is SCW.

Kajaani Airport (KAJ)

Kajaani Airport is located approximately 383.39 miles / 617 kilometers West (W) of central Arkhangelsk. IATA airport code is KAJ.

Savonlinna Airport (SVL)

Savonlinna Airport is located approximately 402.03 miles / 647 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Arkhangelsk. IATA airport code is SVL.

Kuopio Airport (KUO)

Kuopio Airport is located approximately 402.65 miles / 648 kilometers West (W) of central Arkhangelsk. IATA airport code is KUO.

Ukhta Airport (UCT)

Ukhta Airport is located approximately 405.13 miles / 652 kilometers East (E) of central Arkhangelsk. IATA airport code is UCT.

Naryan-Mar Airport (NNM)

Naryan-Mar Airport is located approximately 410.73 miles / 661 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Arkhangelsk. IATA airport code is NNM.