Closest Airport to Beitbridge, Airports Near Beitbridge, Zimbabwe

The closest airport to Beitbridge is Limpopo Valley Airfield (TLD). Distance from Limpopo Valley Airfield to Beitbridge is 55.32 miles / 89.03 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Beitbridge

  1. Limpopo Valley Airfield (89.03 Km)
  2. Louis Trichardt Airport (96.52 Km)
  3. Letaba Airport (183.71 Km)
  4. Polokwane Airport (198.63 Km)
  5. Buffalo Range Airport (211.04 Km)
  6. Selebi-Phikwe Airport (223.34 Km)
  7. Phalaborwa Airport (226.74 Km)
  8. Masvingo Airport (255.08 Km)
  9. Hoedspruit Airport (264.02 Km)
  10. Mahenye Airfield (275.05 Km)
  11. Bulawayo Airport (281.6 Km)
  12. Francistown Airport (284.72 Km)
  13. Palapye Airport (294.96 Km)
  14. Gweru Airport (307.79 Km)
  15. Mala Mala Airport (331.22 Km)
  16. Skukuza Airport (347.29 Km)
  17. Chipinge Airport (352.03 Km)
  18. Nelspruit Airport (378.54 Km)
  19. Malelane Airport (393.5 Km)
  20. Komatipoort Airport (410.54 Km)

List of Airports close to Beitbridge

Tshipise Airport (TSD)

Tshipise Airport is located approximately 31.07 miles / 50 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Beitbridge. IATA airport code is TSD.

Limpopo Valley Airfield (TLD)

Limpopo Valley Airfield is located approximately 55.3 miles / 89 kilometers West (W) of central Beitbridge. IATA airport code is TLD.

Louis Trichardt Airport (LCD)

Louis Trichardt Airport is located approximately 59.65 miles / 96 kilometers South (S) of central Beitbridge. IATA airport code is LCD.

Thohoyandou Airport (THY)

Thohoyandou Airport is located approximately 65.24 miles / 105 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Beitbridge. IATA airport code is THY.

Alldays Airport (ADY)

Alldays Airport is located approximately 67.73 miles / 109 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Beitbridge. IATA airport code is ADY.

Giyani Airport (GIY)

Giyani Airport is located approximately 85.13 miles / 137 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Beitbridge. IATA airport code is GIY.

Letaba Airport (LTA)

Letaba Airport is located approximately 113.71 miles / 183 kilometers South (S) of central Beitbridge. IATA airport code is LTA.

Polokwane Airport (PTG)

Polokwane Airport is located approximately 123.03 miles / 198 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Beitbridge. IATA airport code is PTG.

Buffalo Range Airport (BFO)

Buffalo Range Airport is located approximately 131.11 miles / 211 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Beitbridge. IATA airport code is BFO.

Selebi-Phikwe Airport (PKW)

Selebi-Phikwe Airport is located approximately 138.57 miles / 223 kilometers West (W) of central Beitbridge. IATA airport code is PKW.

Phalaborwa Airport (PHW)

Phalaborwa Airport is located approximately 140.43 miles / 226 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Beitbridge. IATA airport code is PHW.

Masvingo Airport (MVZ)

Masvingo Airport is located approximately 158.45 miles / 255 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Beitbridge. IATA airport code is MVZ.

Hoedspruit Airport (HDS)

Hoedspruit Airport is located approximately 164.04 miles / 264 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Beitbridge. IATA airport code is HDS.

Mahenye Airfield (MJW)

Mahenye Airfield is located approximately 170.88 miles / 275 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Beitbridge. IATA airport code is MJW.

Ngala Airfield (NGL)

Ngala Airfield is located approximately 172.74 miles / 278 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Beitbridge. IATA airport code is NGL.

Bulawayo Airport (BUQ)

Bulawayo Airport is located approximately 174.61 miles / 281 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Beitbridge. IATA airport code is BUQ.

Francistown Airport (FRW)

Francistown Airport is located approximately 176.47 miles / 284 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Beitbridge. IATA airport code is FRW.

Ellisras Airport (ELL)

Ellisras Airport is located approximately 180.2 miles / 290 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Beitbridge. IATA airport code is ELL.

Tanda Tula Airport (TDT)

Tanda Tula Airport is located approximately 180.82 miles / 291 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Beitbridge. IATA airport code is TDT.

Palapye Airport (QPH)

Palapye Airport is located approximately 182.68 miles / 294 kilometers West (W) of central Beitbridge. IATA airport code is QPH.