Closest Airport to Bauchi, Airports Near Bauchi, Nigeria

The closest airport to Bauchi is Gombe Lawanti International Airport (GMO). Distance from Gombe Lawanti International Airport to Bauchi is 71.79 miles / 115.53 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Bauchi

  1. Gombe Lawanti International Airport (115.53 Km)
  2. Jos Airport (129.63 Km)
  3. Aminu Kano International Airport (241.05 Km)
  4. Zaria Airport (252.61 Km)
  5. Kaduna Airport (278.94 Km)
  6. Yola Airport (306.82 Km)
  7. International Airport (317.3 Km)
  8. Minna Airport (377.02 Km)
  9. Maiduguri Airport (393.33 Km)
  10. Zinder Airport (397.25 Km)
  11. Gusau Airport (400.78 Km)
  12. Garoua Airport (401.49 Km)
  13. Maradi Airport (462.04 Km)
  14. Bamenda Airport (475.46 Km)
  15. Salam Airport (483.38 Km)
  16. Enugu Airport (494.3 Km)
  17. Mamfe Airport (515.07 Km)
  18. Ngaoundere Airport (523.88 Km)
  19. Foumban Airport (528.76 Km)
  20. Bafoussam Airport (533.31 Km)

List of Airports close to Bauchi

Bauchi Airport (BCU)

Bauchi Airport is located approximately 1.24 miles / 2 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Bauchi. IATA airport code is BCU.

Gombe Lawanti International Airport (GMO)

Gombe Lawanti International Airport is located approximately 71.46 miles / 115 kilometers East (E) of central Bauchi. IATA airport code is GMO.

Jos Airport (JOS)

Jos Airport is located approximately 80.16 miles / 129 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Bauchi. IATA airport code is JOS.

Aminu Kano International Airport (KAN)

Aminu Kano International Airport is located approximately 149.75 miles / 241 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Bauchi. IATA airport code is KAN.

Zaria Airport (ZAR)

Zaria Airport is located approximately 156.59 miles / 252 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Bauchi. IATA airport code is ZAR.

Kaduna Airport (KAD)

Kaduna Airport is located approximately 172.74 miles / 278 kilometers West (W) of central Bauchi. IATA airport code is KAD.

Yola Airport (YOL)

Yola Airport is located approximately 190.14 miles / 306 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Bauchi. IATA airport code is YOL.

International Airport (ABV)

International Airport is located approximately 196.97 miles / 317 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Bauchi. IATA airport code is ABV.

Makurdi Airport (MDI)

Makurdi Airport is located approximately 198.22 miles / 319 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Bauchi. IATA airport code is MDI.

Minna Airport (MXJ)

Minna Airport is located approximately 234.26 miles / 377 kilometers West (W) of central Bauchi. IATA airport code is MXJ.

Katsina Airport (DKA)

Katsina Airport is located approximately 237.36 miles / 382 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Bauchi. IATA airport code is DKA.

Maiduguri Airport (MIU)

Maiduguri Airport is located approximately 244.2 miles / 393 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Bauchi. IATA airport code is MIU.

Zinder Airport (ZND)

Zinder Airport is located approximately 246.68 miles / 397 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Bauchi. IATA airport code is ZND.

Gusau Airport (QUS)

Gusau Airport is located approximately 248.55 miles / 400 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Bauchi. IATA airport code is QUS.

Garoua Airport (GOU)

Garoua Airport is located approximately 249.17 miles / 401 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Bauchi. IATA airport code is GOU.

Maradi Airport (MFQ)

Maradi Airport is located approximately 287.07 miles / 462 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Bauchi. IATA airport code is MFQ.

Bamenda Airport (BPC)

Bamenda Airport is located approximately 295.15 miles / 475 kilometers South (S) of central Bauchi. IATA airport code is BPC.

Salam Airport (MVR)

Salam Airport is located approximately 300.12 miles / 483 kilometers East (E) of central Bauchi. IATA airport code is MVR.

Bali Airport (BLC)

Bali Airport is located approximately 304.47 miles / 490 kilometers South (S) of central Bauchi. IATA airport code is BLC.

Enugu Airport (ENU)

Enugu Airport is located approximately 306.96 miles / 494 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Bauchi. IATA airport code is ENU.