Closest Airport to Balikpapan, Airports Near Balikpapan, Indonesia

The closest airport to Balikpapan is Sepingan Airport (BPN). Distance from Sepingan Airport to Balikpapan is 3.53 miles / 5.68 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Balikpapan

  1. Sepingan Airport (5.68 Km)
  2. Samarinda Airport (90.34 Km)
  3. Manitowoc Municipal Airport (220.29 Km)
  4. Kotabaru Airport (241.14 Km)
  5. Sjamsudin Noor Airport (337.62 Km)
  6. Palangkaraya Airport (341.53 Km)
  7. Mutiara Airport (341.73 Km)
  8. Sampit Airport (453.21 Km)
  9. Tanjung Selor Airport (456.73 Km)
  10. Putussibau Airport (492.68 Km)
  11. Tarakan Airport (513.71 Km)
  12. Hasanudin Airport (520.27 Km)
  13. Bario Airport (573.54 Km)
  14. Long Bawan Airport (582.34 Km)
  15. Pangkalanbuun Airport (598.29 Km)
  16. Sintang Airport (615.43 Km)
  17. Mulu Airport (630.32 Km)
  18. Tawau Airport (634.06 Km)
  19. Bintulu Airport (645.55 Km)
  20. Marudi Airport (664.42 Km)

List of Airports close to Balikpapan

Sepingan Airport (BPN)

Sepingan Airport is located approximately 3.11 miles / 5 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Balikpapan. IATA airport code is BPN.

Senipah Airport (SZH)

Senipah Airport is located approximately 26.72 miles / 43 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Balikpapan. IATA airport code is SZH.

Samarinda Airport (SRI)

Samarinda Airport is located approximately 55.92 miles / 90 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Balikpapan. IATA airport code is SRI.

Tanahgrogot Airport (TNB)

Tanahgrogot Airport is located approximately 64.62 miles / 104 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Balikpapan. IATA airport code is TNB.

Kotabangun Airport (KOD)

Kotabangun Airport is located approximately 69.59 miles / 112 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Balikpapan. IATA airport code is KOD.

Tanjung Santan Airport (TSX)

Tanjung Santan Airport is located approximately 88.86 miles / 143 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Balikpapan. IATA airport code is TSX.

Bontang Airport (BXT)

Bontang Airport is located approximately 103.15 miles / 166 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Balikpapan. IATA airport code is BXT.

Tanjung Warukin Airport (TJG)

Tanjung Warukin Airport is located approximately 118.68 miles / 191 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Balikpapan. IATA airport code is TJG.

Sanggata Airport (SGQ)

Sanggata Airport is located approximately 124.27 miles / 200 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Balikpapan. IATA airport code is SGQ.

Datadawai Airport (DTD)

Datadawai Airport is located approximately 129.87 miles / 209 kilometers North (N) of central Balikpapan. IATA airport code is DTD.

Manitowoc Municipal Airport (MTW)

Manitowoc Municipal Airport is located approximately 136.7 miles / 220 kilometers West (W) of central Balikpapan. IATA airport code is MTW.

Kotabaru Airport (KBU)

Kotabaru Airport is located approximately 149.75 miles / 241 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Balikpapan. IATA airport code is KBU.

Batulicin Airport (BTW)

Batulicin Airport is located approximately 160.94 miles / 259 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Balikpapan. IATA airport code is BTW.

Mamuju Airport (MJU)

Mamuju Airport is located approximately 172.12 miles / 277 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Balikpapan. IATA airport code is MJU.

Sjamsudin Noor Airport (BDJ)

Sjamsudin Noor Airport is located approximately 209.4 miles / 337 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Balikpapan. IATA airport code is BDJ.

Palangkaraya Airport (PKY)

Palangkaraya Airport is located approximately 211.89 miles / 341 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Balikpapan. IATA airport code is PKY.

Mutiara Airport (PLW)

Mutiara Airport is located approximately 211.89 miles / 341 kilometers East (E) of central Balikpapan. IATA airport code is PLW.

Berau Airport (BEJ)

Berau Airport is located approximately 237.36 miles / 382 kilometers North (N) of central Balikpapan. IATA airport code is BEJ.

Tana Toraja Airport (TTR)

Tana Toraja Airport is located approximately 239.85 miles / 386 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Balikpapan. IATA airport code is TTR.

Long Apung Airport (LPU)

Long Apung Airport is located approximately 241.09 miles / 388 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Balikpapan. IATA airport code is LPU.