Closest Airport to Beijing, Airports Near Beijing, China

The closest airport to Beijing is Capital Airport (PEK). Distance from Capital Airport to Beijing is 15 miles / 24.15 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Beijing

  1. Capital Airport (24.15 Km)
  2. Tianjin Airport (118.33 Km)
  3. Tangshan Sann?he Airport (137.82 Km)
  4. Zhangjiakou Ningyuan Airport (155.87 Km)
  5. Daguocun Airport (233.18 Km)
  6. Jinan Airport (346.06 Km)
  7. Hohhot Airport (402.22 Km)
  8. Taiyuan Airport (405.81 Km)
  9. Handan Airport (413.61 Km)
  10. Xilinhot Airport (447.55 Km)
  11. Dalian Airport (452.82 Km)
  12. Laishan Airport (512.99 Km)
  13. Erenhot Saiwusu International Airport (530.2 Km)
  14. Qingdao Airport (532.95 Km)
  15. Baotou Airport (548.92 Km)
  16. Shenyang Airport (626.08 Km)
  17. Lianyungang Airport (631.79 Km)
  18. Zhengzhou Airport (640.33 Km)
  19. Dandong Airport (671.37 Km)
  20. Luoyang Airport (675.04 Km)

List of Airports close to Beijing

Nanyuan Airport (NAY)

Nanyuan Airport is located approximately 8.08 miles / 13 kilometers South (S) of central Beijing. IATA airport code is NAY.

Capital Airport (PEK)

Capital Airport is located approximately 14.91 miles / 24 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Beijing. IATA airport code is PEK.

Tianjin Airport (TSN)

Tianjin Airport is located approximately 73.32 miles / 118 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Beijing. IATA airport code is TSN.

Tangshan Sann?he Airport (TVS)

Tangshan Sann?he Airport is located approximately 85.13 miles / 137 kilometers East (E) of central Beijing. IATA airport code is TVS.

Zhangjiakou Ningyuan Airport (ZQZ)

Zhangjiakou Ningyuan Airport is located approximately 96.31 miles / 155 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Beijing. IATA airport code is ZQZ.

Daguocun Airport (SJW)

Daguocun Airport is located approximately 144.78 miles / 233 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Beijing. IATA airport code is SJW.

Qinhuangdao Airport (SHP)

Qinhuangdao Airport is located approximately 175.85 miles / 283 kilometers East (E) of central Beijing. IATA airport code is SHP.

Shanhaiguan Airport (SHF)

Shanhaiguan Airport is located approximately 177.09 miles / 285 kilometers East (E) of central Beijing. IATA airport code is SHF.

Chifeng Airport (CIF)

Chifeng Airport is located approximately 206.92 miles / 333 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Beijing. IATA airport code is CIF.

Dongying Airport (DOY)

Dongying Airport is located approximately 209.4 miles / 337 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Beijing. IATA airport code is DOY.

Jinan Airport (TNA)

Jinan Airport is located approximately 214.99 miles / 346 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Beijing. IATA airport code is TNA.

Xingcheng Airport (XEN)

Xingcheng Airport is located approximately 230.53 miles / 371 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Beijing. IATA airport code is XEN.

Xingtai Airport (XNT)

Xingtai Airport is located approximately 234.26 miles / 377 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Beijing. IATA airport code is XNT.

Chaoyang Airport (CHG)

Chaoyang Airport is located approximately 238.61 miles / 384 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Beijing. IATA airport code is CHG.

Sha He Kou Airport (PNJ)

Sha He Kou Airport is located approximately 240.47 miles / 387 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Beijing. IATA airport code is PNJ.

Hohhot Airport (HET)

Hohhot Airport is located approximately 249.79 miles / 402 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Beijing. IATA airport code is HET.

Taiyuan Airport (TYN)

Taiyuan Airport is located approximately 251.66 miles / 405 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Beijing. IATA airport code is TYN.

Handan Airport (HDG)

Handan Airport is located approximately 256.63 miles / 413 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Beijing. IATA airport code is HDG.

Liaoning Province Airport (JNZ)

Liaoning Province Airport is located approximately 257.87 miles / 415 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Beijing. IATA airport code is JNZ.

Weifang Airport (WEF)

Weifang Airport is located approximately 268.43 miles / 432 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Beijing. IATA airport code is WEF.