Closest Airport to Bangui, Airports Near Bangui, Central African Republic

The closest airport to Bangui is Bangui Airport (BGF). Distance from Bangui Airport to Bangui is 2.73 miles / 4.39 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Bangui

  1. Bangui Airport (4.39 Km)
  2. Libenge Airport (85.1 Km)
  3. Betou Airport (149.66 Km)
  4. Gemena Airport (186.37 Km)
  5. Bossangoa Airport (264.59 Km)
  6. Gbadolite Airport (268.47 Km)
  7. Bambari Airport (282.17 Km)
  8. Berberati Airport (307.94 Km)
  9. Impfondo Airport (313.64 Km)
  10. Bozoum Airport (329.06 Km)
  11. Kotakoli (343.95 Km)
  12. Bouar Airport (367.24 Km)
  13. Basankusu Airport (378.05 Km)
  14. Lisala Airport (409.36 Km)
  15. Ouesso Airport (416.86 Km)
  16. Bria Airport (447.76 Km)
  17. Batouri Airport (465.23 Km)
  18. Bangassou Airport (470.06 Km)
  19. Mbandaka Airport (487.07 Km)
  20. Bumba Airport (500.18 Km)

List of Airports close to Bangui

Bangui Airport (BGF)

Bangui Airport is located approximately 2.49 miles / 4 kilometers West (W) of central Bangui. IATA airport code is BGF.

Libenge Airport (LIE)

Libenge Airport is located approximately 52.82 miles / 85 kilometers South (S) of central Bangui. IATA airport code is LIE.

Bossembele Airport (BEM)

Bossembele Airport is located approximately 87.61 miles / 141 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Bangui. IATA airport code is BEM.

Betou Airport (BTB)

Betou Airport is located approximately 92.58 miles / 149 kilometers South (S) of central Bangui. IATA airport code is BTB.

Gemena Airport (GMA)

Gemena Airport is located approximately 115.58 miles / 186 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Bangui. IATA airport code is GMA.

Bouca Airport (BCF)

Bouca Airport is located approximately 147.89 miles / 238 kilometers North (N) of central Bangui. IATA airport code is BCF.

Bossangoa Airport (BSN)

Bossangoa Airport is located approximately 164.04 miles / 264 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Bangui. IATA airport code is BSN.

Gbadolite Airport (BDT)

Gbadolite Airport is located approximately 166.53 miles / 268 kilometers East (E) of central Bangui. IATA airport code is BDT.

Bambari Airport (BBY)

Bambari Airport is located approximately 175.23 miles / 282 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Bangui. IATA airport code is BBY.

Carnot Airport (CRF)

Carnot Airport is located approximately 187.03 miles / 301 kilometers West (W) of central Bangui. IATA airport code is CRF.

Berberati Airport (BBT)

Berberati Airport is located approximately 190.76 miles / 307 kilometers West (W) of central Bangui. IATA airport code is BBT.

Impfondo Airport (ION)

Impfondo Airport is located approximately 194.49 miles / 313 kilometers South (S) of central Bangui. IATA airport code is ION.

Batangafo Airport (BTG)

Batangafo Airport is located approximately 201.95 miles / 325 kilometers North (N) of central Bangui. IATA airport code is BTG.

Bozoum Airport (BOZ)

Bozoum Airport is located approximately 204.43 miles / 329 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Bangui. IATA airport code is BOZ.

Kotakoli (KLI)

Kotakoli is located approximately 213.13 miles / 343 kilometers East (E) of central Bangui. IATA airport code is KLI.

Kota Koli Airport (KLI)

Kota Koli Airport is located approximately 213.13 miles / 343 kilometers East (E) of central Bangui. IATA airport code is KLI.

Epena Airport (EPN)

Epena Airport is located approximately 221.83 miles / 357 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Bangui. IATA airport code is EPN.

Bouar Airport (BOP)

Bouar Airport is located approximately 228.04 miles / 367 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Bangui. IATA airport code is BOP.

Basankusu Airport (BSU)

Basankusu Airport is located approximately 234.88 miles / 378 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Bangui. IATA airport code is BSU.

Lisala Airport (LIQ)

Lisala Airport is located approximately 254.14 miles / 409 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Bangui. IATA airport code is LIQ.