Closest Airport to Barranquilla, Airports Near Barranquilla, Colombia

The closest airport to Barranquilla is E Cortissoz Airport (BAQ). Distance from E Cortissoz Airport to Barranquilla is 8.11 miles / 13.05 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Barranquilla

  1. E Cortissoz Airport (13.05 Km)
  2. Simon Bolivar Airport (64.2 Km)
  3. Fundacion Airport (84.48 Km)
  4. Rafael Nunez Airport (99.25 Km)
  5. Valledupar Airport (181.55 Km)
  6. Tolu Airport (186.75 Km)
  7. Baracoa Airport (191.23 Km)
  8. Corozal Airport (193.09 Km)
  9. Mompos Airport (193.7 Km)
  10. Covenas Airport (202.84 Km)
  11. Riohacha Airport (213.18 Km)
  12. San Bernado Airport (236.07 Km)
  13. Maicao Airport (254.06 Km)
  14. S. Jeronimo Airport (266.89 Km)
  15. Aguasclaras Airport (338.55 Km)
  16. La Chinita Airport (339.97 Km)
  17. Caucasia Airport (340.27 Km)
  18. Fua'Amotu International Airport (348.37 Km)
  19. Tibu Airport (348.37 Km)
  20. Necocli Airport (357.16 Km)

List of Airports close to Barranquilla

E Cortissoz Airport (BAQ)

E Cortissoz Airport is located approximately 8.08 miles / 13 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Barranquilla. IATA airport code is BAQ.

Simon Bolivar Airport (SMR)

Simon Bolivar Airport is located approximately 39.77 miles / 64 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Barranquilla. IATA airport code is SMR.

Fundacion Airport (FDA)

Fundacion Airport is located approximately 52.2 miles / 84 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Barranquilla. IATA airport code is FDA.

Rafael Nunez Airport (CTG)

Rafael Nunez Airport is located approximately 61.52 miles / 99 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Barranquilla. IATA airport code is CTG.

Chivolo Airport (IVO)

Chivolo Airport is located approximately 68.35 miles / 110 kilometers South (S) of central Barranquilla. IATA airport code is IVO.

Plato Airport (PLT)

Plato Airport is located approximately 82.64 miles / 133 kilometers South (S) of central Barranquilla. IATA airport code is PLT.

Valledupar Airport (VUP)

Valledupar Airport is located approximately 112.47 miles / 181 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Barranquilla. IATA airport code is VUP.

Tolu Airport (TLU)

Tolu Airport is located approximately 115.58 miles / 186 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Barranquilla. IATA airport code is TLU.

Baracoa Airport (MGN)

Baracoa Airport is located approximately 118.68 miles / 191 kilometers South (S) of central Barranquilla. IATA airport code is MGN.

Corozal Airport (CZU)

Corozal Airport is located approximately 119.92 miles / 193 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Barranquilla. IATA airport code is CZU.

Mompos Airport (MMP)

Mompos Airport is located approximately 119.92 miles / 193 kilometers South (S) of central Barranquilla. IATA airport code is MMP.

San Juan Del Cesar Airport (SJH)

San Juan Del Cesar Airport is located approximately 122.41 miles / 197 kilometers East (E) of central Barranquilla. IATA airport code is SJH.

Covenas Airport (CVE)

Covenas Airport is located approximately 125.52 miles / 202 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Barranquilla. IATA airport code is CVE.

Riohacha Airport (RCH)

Riohacha Airport is located approximately 132.35 miles / 213 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Barranquilla. IATA airport code is RCH.

Codazzi Airport (DZI)

Codazzi Airport is located approximately 133.59 miles / 215 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Barranquilla. IATA airport code is DZI.

Guamal Airport (GAA)

Guamal Airport is located approximately 133.59 miles / 215 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Barranquilla. IATA airport code is GAA.

San Fernando Airport (SFR)

San Fernando Airport is located approximately 136.08 miles / 219 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Barranquilla. IATA airport code is SFR.

San Bernado Airport (ELB)

San Bernado Airport is located approximately 146.64 miles / 236 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Barranquilla. IATA airport code is ELB.

Lorica Airport (LRI)

Lorica Airport is located approximately 148.51 miles / 239 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Barranquilla. IATA airport code is LRI.

Maicao Airport (MCJ)

Maicao Airport is located approximately 157.83 miles / 254 kilometers East (E) of central Barranquilla. IATA airport code is MCJ.