Closest Airport to Attu Station, Airports Near Attu Station, United States

The closest airport to Attu Station is Casco Cove Coast Guard Station (ATU). Distance from Casco Cove Coast Guard Station to Attu Station is 1.55 miles / 2.5 kilometers.


List of Airports close to Attu Station

Casco Cove Coast Guard Station (ATU)

Casco Cove Coast Guard Station is located approximately 1.24 miles / 2 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Attu Station. IATA airport code is ATU.

Eareckson Air Station (SYA)

Eareckson Air Station is located approximately 39.15 miles / 63 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Attu Station. IATA airport code is SYA.

Amchitka Army Airfield (AHT)

Amchitka Army Airfield is located approximately 275.89 miles / 444 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Attu Station. IATA airport code is AHT.

Amchitka Army Airfield (AHT)

Amchitka Army Airfield is located approximately 275.89 miles / 444 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Attu Station. IATA airport code is AHT.

Adak Island Naval Station (ADK)

Adak Island Naval Station is located approximately 433.1 miles / 697 kilometers East (E) of central Attu Station. IATA airport code is ADK.

Atka Airport (AKB)

Atka Airport is located approximately 530.03 miles / 853 kilometers East (E) of central Attu Station. IATA airport code is AKB.

Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky Airport (PKC)

Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky Airport is located approximately 612.05 miles / 985 kilometers West (W) of central Attu Station. IATA airport code is PKC.

Saint Paul Island Airport (SNP)

Saint Paul Island Airport is located approximately 718.93 miles / 1157 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Attu Station. IATA airport code is SNP.

Porto Dos Gauchos Airport (PBV)

Porto Dos Gauchos Airport is located approximately 728.25 miles / 1172 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Attu Station. IATA airport code is PBV.

St. George Island Airport (STG)

St. George Island Airport is located approximately 728.25 miles / 1172 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Attu Station. IATA airport code is STG.

Nikolski Air Force Station (IKO)

Nikolski Air Force Station is located approximately 746.27 miles / 1201 kilometers East (E) of central Attu Station. IATA airport code is IKO.

Pope Vanoy Airport (PVX)

Pope Vanoy Airport is located approximately 795.35 miles / 1280 kilometers North (0) of central Attu Station. IATA airport code is PVX.

Chernofski Harbor Seaplane Base (KCN)

Chernofski Harbor Seaplane Base is located approximately 797.22 miles / 1283 kilometers East (E) of central Attu Station. IATA airport code is KCN.

Emergency Field (DUT)

Emergency Field is located approximately 835.12 miles / 1344 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Attu Station. IATA airport code is DUT.

Anadyr Airport (DYR)

Anadyr Airport is located approximately 836.37 miles / 1346 kilometers North (N) of central Attu Station. IATA airport code is DYR.

Akutan Airport (KQA)

Akutan Airport is located approximately 864.95 miles / 1392 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Attu Station. IATA airport code is KQA.

Gambell Airport (GAM)

Gambell Airport is located approximately 926.46 miles / 1491 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Attu Station. IATA airport code is GAM.

Provideniya Bay (PVS)

Provideniya Bay is located approximately 929.57 miles / 1496 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Attu Station. IATA airport code is PVS.

Provideniya Airport (PVS)

Provideniya Airport is located approximately 929.57 miles / 1496 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Attu Station. IATA airport code is PVS.

Ellis Field (MYU)

Ellis Field is located approximately 931.44 miles / 1499 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Attu Station. IATA airport code is MYU.