Closest Airport to Bali District, Airports Near Bali District, Taiwan

The closest airport to Bali District is Sung Shan Airport (TSA). Distance from Sung Shan Airport to Bali District is 10.92 miles / 17.58 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Bali District

  1. Sung Shan Airport (17.58 Km)
  2. Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (18.22 Km)
  3. Hsinchu Airport (58.82 Km)
  4. Hualien Airport (126.65 Km)
  5. Taichung Airport (130.41 Km)
  6. Yonaguni Airport (176.35 Km)
  7. Matsu Airport (184.3 Km)
  8. Fuzhou Airport (195.04 Km)
  9. Chiayi Airport (213.03 Km)
  10. Makung Airport (250.71 Km)
  11. Taitung Airport (267.39 Km)
  12. Hateruma Airport (271.69 Km)
  13. Tainan Airport (272.35 Km)
  14. Pingtung Airport (287.29 Km)
  15. Ishigaki Airport (295.32 Km)
  16. Kaohsiung International Airport (304.72 Km)
  17. Wenzhou Airport (312.53 Km)
  18. Tarama Airport (334.95 Km)
  19. Xiamen Airport (336.66 Km)
  20. Hengchun Airport (351.72 Km)

List of Airports close to Bali District

Sung Shan Airport (TSA)

Sung Shan Airport is located approximately 10.56 miles / 17 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Bali District. IATA airport code is TSA.

Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (TPE)

Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport is located approximately 11.18 miles / 18 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Bali District. IATA airport code is TPE.

Hsinchu Airport (HSZ)

Hsinchu Airport is located approximately 36.04 miles / 58 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Bali District. IATA airport code is HSZ.

Lishan Airport (LHN)

Lishan Airport is located approximately 62.76 miles / 101 kilometers South (S) of central Bali District. IATA airport code is LHN.

Taichung Airport (RMQ)

Taichung Airport is located approximately 77.67 miles / 125 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Bali District. IATA airport code is RMQ.

Hualien Airport (HUN)

Hualien Airport is located approximately 78.29 miles / 126 kilometers South (S) of central Bali District. IATA airport code is HUN.

Taichung Airport (TXG)

Taichung Airport is located approximately 80.78 miles / 130 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Bali District. IATA airport code is TXG.

Sun Moon Lake Airport (SMT)

Sun Moon Lake Airport is located approximately 91.34 miles / 147 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Bali District. IATA airport code is SMT.

Yonaguni Airport (OGN)

Yonaguni Airport is located approximately 109.36 miles / 176 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Bali District. IATA airport code is OGN.

Nangan Airport (Matsu Islands) (LZN)

Nangan Airport (Matsu Islands) is located approximately 113.71 miles / 183 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Bali District. IATA airport code is LZN.

Matsu Airport (MFK)

Matsu Airport is located approximately 114.33 miles / 184 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Bali District. IATA airport code is MFK.

Fuzhou Airport (FOC)

Fuzhou Airport is located approximately 121.17 miles / 195 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Bali District. IATA airport code is FOC.

Chiayi Airport (CYI)

Chiayi Airport is located approximately 132.35 miles / 213 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Bali District. IATA airport code is CYI.

Makung Airport (MZG)

Makung Airport is located approximately 155.34 miles / 250 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Bali District. IATA airport code is MZG.

Taitung Airport (TTT)

Taitung Airport is located approximately 165.91 miles / 267 kilometers South (S) of central Bali District. IATA airport code is TTT.

Hateruma Airport (HTR)

Hateruma Airport is located approximately 168.39 miles / 271 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Bali District. IATA airport code is HTR.

Tainan Airport (TNN)

Tainan Airport is located approximately 169.01 miles / 272 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Bali District. IATA airport code is TNN.

Green Island Airport (GNI)

Green Island Airport is located approximately 170.26 miles / 274 kilometers South (S) of central Bali District. IATA airport code is GNI.

Wonan Airport (WOT)

Wonan Airport is located approximately 170.88 miles / 275 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Bali District. IATA airport code is WOT.

Jinjiang Airport (JJN)

Jinjiang Airport is located approximately 175.85 miles / 283 kilometers West (W) of central Bali District. IATA airport code is JJN.