Closest Airport to Bahrain, Airports Near Bahrain, Pakistan

The closest airport to Bahrain is Saidu Sharif Airport (SDT). Distance from Saidu Sharif Airport to Bahrain is 29.3 miles / 47.16 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Bahrain

  1. Saidu Sharif Airport (47.16 Km)
  2. Chitral Airport (101.24 Km)
  3. Muzaffarabad Airport (130.6 Km)
  4. Mansa Airport (149.38 Km)
  5. Peshawar Airport (164.64 Km)
  6. Gilgit Airport (180.04 Km)
  7. Islamabad International Airport (184 Km)
  8. Rawala Kot Airport (189.6 Km)
  9. Jalalabad Airport (207.34 Km)
  10. Srinagar Airport (244.97 Km)
  11. Mangla Airport (260.09 Km)
  12. Para Chinar Airport (269.05 Km)
  13. Skardu Airport (271.84 Km)
  14. Sheghnan Airport (278.58 Km)
  15. Faizabad Airport (280.02 Km)
  16. Bagram Air Base (299.93 Km)
  17. Bannu Airport (310.22 Km)
  18. Khwaja Rawash Airport (312.27 Km)
  19. Khost Airport (316.54 Km)
  20. Shank Air Base (348.21 Km)

List of Airports close to Bahrain

Saidu Sharif Airport (SDT)

Saidu Sharif Airport is located approximately 29.2 miles / 47 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Bahrain. IATA airport code is SDT.

Chitral Airport (CJL)

Chitral Airport is located approximately 62.76 miles / 101 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Bahrain. IATA airport code is CJL.

Mansehra Airport (HRA)

Mansehra Airport is located approximately 70.84 miles / 114 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Bahrain. IATA airport code is HRA.

Abbottabad Airport (AAW)

Abbottabad Airport is located approximately 80.16 miles / 129 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Bahrain. IATA airport code is AAW.

Muzaffarabad Airport (MFG)

Muzaffarabad Airport is located approximately 80.78 miles / 130 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Bahrain. IATA airport code is MFG.

Tarbela Airport (TLB)

Tarbela Airport is located approximately 83.89 miles / 135 kilometers South (S) of central Bahrain. IATA airport code is TLB.

Chilas Airport (CHB)

Chilas Airport is located approximately 87.61 miles / 141 kilometers East (E) of central Bahrain. IATA airport code is CHB.

Mansa Airport (MNS)

Mansa Airport is located approximately 92.58 miles / 149 kilometers South (S) of central Bahrain. IATA airport code is MNS.

Campbellpore Airport (CWP)

Campbellpore Airport is located approximately 100.04 miles / 161 kilometers South (S) of central Bahrain. IATA airport code is CWP.

Bhurban Heliport (BHC)

Bhurban Heliport is located approximately 100.04 miles / 161 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Bahrain. IATA airport code is BHC.

Peshawar Airport (PEW)

Peshawar Airport is located approximately 101.9 miles / 164 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Bahrain. IATA airport code is PEW.

Gilgit Airport (GIL)

Gilgit Airport is located approximately 111.85 miles / 180 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Bahrain. IATA airport code is GIL.

Islamabad International Airport (ISB)

Islamabad International Airport is located approximately 114.33 miles / 184 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Bahrain. IATA airport code is ISB.

Rawala Kot Airport (RAZ)

Rawala Kot Airport is located approximately 117.44 miles / 189 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Bahrain. IATA airport code is RAZ.

Jalalabad Airport (JAA)

Jalalabad Airport is located approximately 128.62 miles / 207 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Bahrain. IATA airport code is JAA.

Kohat Airport (OHT)

Kohat Airport is located approximately 129.25 miles / 208 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Bahrain. IATA airport code is OHT.

Srinagar Airport (SXR)

Srinagar Airport is located approximately 151.61 miles / 244 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Bahrain. IATA airport code is SXR.

Mangla Airport (XJM)

Mangla Airport is located approximately 161.56 miles / 260 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Bahrain. IATA airport code is XJM.

Rajouri Airport (RJI)

Rajouri Airport is located approximately 161.56 miles / 260 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Bahrain. IATA airport code is RJI.

Para Chinar Airport (PAJ)

Para Chinar Airport is located approximately 167.15 miles / 269 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Bahrain. IATA airport code is PAJ.