Closest Airport to Aweil, Airports Near Aweil, South Sudan

The closest airport to Aweil is Wau Airport (WUU). Distance from Wau Airport to Aweil is 82.01 miles / 131.98 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Aweil

  1. Wau Airport (131.98 Km)
  2. Heglig Airport (258.22 Km)
  3. Rumbek Airport (330.34 Km)
  4. Kadugli Airport (364.71 Km)
  5. M'boki Airport (414.78 Km)
  6. En Nahud Airport (445.47 Km)
  7. Nyala Airport (452.7 Km)
  8. Malakal Airport (475.03 Km)
  9. Zemio Airport (482.17 Km)
  10. Yalinga Airport (520.15 Km)
  11. Birao Airport (538.92 Km)
  12. El Obeid Airport (577.45 Km)
  13. El Fasher Airport (584.62 Km)
  14. Paloich Airport, Heliport (592.46 Km)
  15. Juba Airport (634.55 Km)
  16. Bria Airport (646.12 Km)
  17. Matari (660.77 Km)
  18. Bangassou Airport (675.32 Km)
  19. Buta Airport (721.52 Km)
  20. Ndele Airport (744.7 Km)

List of Airports close to Aweil

Wau Airport (WUU)

Wau Airport is located approximately 81.4 miles / 131 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Aweil. IATA airport code is WUU.

Heglig Airport (HEG)

Heglig Airport is located approximately 160.31 miles / 258 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Aweil. IATA airport code is HEG.

Baleela Airport (BJE)

Baleela Airport is located approximately 184.55 miles / 297 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Aweil. IATA airport code is BJE.

Andover Airport (ADV)

Andover Airport is located approximately 201.32 miles / 324 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Aweil. IATA airport code is ADV.

Rumbek Airport (RBX)

Rumbek Airport is located approximately 205.05 miles / 330 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Aweil. IATA airport code is RBX.

Kadugli Airport (KDX)

Kadugli Airport is located approximately 226.18 miles / 364 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Aweil. IATA airport code is KDX.

M'boki Airport (MKI)

M'boki Airport is located approximately 257.25 miles / 414 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Aweil. IATA airport code is MKI.

En Nahud Airport (NUD)

En Nahud Airport is located approximately 276.51 miles / 445 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Aweil. IATA airport code is NUD.

Nyala Airport (UYL)

Nyala Airport is located approximately 280.86 miles / 452 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Aweil. IATA airport code is UYL.

Malakal Airport (MAK)

Malakal Airport is located approximately 295.15 miles / 475 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Aweil. IATA airport code is MAK.

Zemio Airport (IMO)

Zemio Airport is located approximately 299.5 miles / 482 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Aweil. IATA airport code is IMO.

Ouanda Djalle Airport (ODJ)

Ouanda Djalle Airport is located approximately 315.04 miles / 507 kilometers West (W) of central Aweil. IATA airport code is ODJ.

Yalinga Airport (AIG)

Yalinga Airport is located approximately 323.11 miles / 520 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Aweil. IATA airport code is AIG.

Birao Airport (IRO)

Birao Airport is located approximately 334.3 miles / 538 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Aweil. IATA airport code is IRO.

Ouadda Airport (ODA)

Ouadda Airport is located approximately 345.48 miles / 556 kilometers West (W) of central Aweil. IATA airport code is ODA.

Rafai Airport (RFA)

Rafai Airport is located approximately 352.94 miles / 568 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Aweil. IATA airport code is RFA.

El Obeid Airport (EBD)

El Obeid Airport is located approximately 358.53 miles / 577 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Aweil. IATA airport code is EBD.

El Fasher Airport (ELF)

El Fasher Airport is located approximately 362.88 miles / 584 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Aweil. IATA airport code is ELF.

Paloich Airport, Heliport (HGI)

Paloich Airport, Heliport is located approximately 367.85 miles / 592 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Aweil. IATA airport code is HGI.

Bakouma Airport (BMF)

Bakouma Airport is located approximately 379.66 miles / 611 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Aweil. IATA airport code is BMF.