Closest Airport to Belo Horizonte, Airports Near Belo Horizonte, Brazil

The closest airport to Belo Horizonte is Pampulha Airport (PLU). Distance from Pampulha Airport to Belo Horizonte is 4.64 miles / 7.47 kilometers.


List of Airports close to Belo Horizonte

Pampulha Airport (PLU)

Pampulha Airport is located approximately 4.35 miles / 7 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Belo Horizonte. IATA airport code is PLU.

Tancredo Neves International Airport (CNF)

Tancredo Neves International Airport is located approximately 19.88 miles / 32 kilometers North (N) of central Belo Horizonte. IATA airport code is CNF.

Conselheiro Lafaiete (QDF)

Conselheiro Lafaiete is located approximately 57.17 miles / 92 kilometers South (S) of central Belo Horizonte. IATA airport code is QDF.

Divinopolis Airport (DIQ)

Divinopolis Airport is located approximately 63.38 miles / 102 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Belo Horizonte. IATA airport code is DIQ.

Prefeito Octavio de Almeida Neves Airport (JDR)

Prefeito Octavio de Almeida Neves Airport is located approximately 82.64 miles / 133 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Belo Horizonte. IATA airport code is JDR.

Barbacena Airport (QAK)

Barbacena Airport is located approximately 93.83 miles / 151 kilometers South (S) of central Belo Horizonte. IATA airport code is QAK.

Usiminas Airport (IPN)

Usiminas Airport is located approximately 98.8 miles / 159 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Belo Horizonte. IATA airport code is IPN.

Caratinga (QTL)

Caratinga is located approximately 112.47 miles / 181 kilometers East (E) of central Belo Horizonte. IATA airport code is QTL.

Diamantina Airport (DTI)

Diamantina Airport is located approximately 117.44 miles / 189 kilometers North (N) of central Belo Horizonte. IATA airport code is DTI.

Zona da Mata Regional Airport (IZA)

Zona da Mata Regional Airport is located approximately 120.55 miles / 194 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Belo Horizonte. IATA airport code is IZA.

Zona da Mata Regional Airport (IZA)

Zona da Mata Regional Airport is located approximately 120.55 miles / 194 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Belo Horizonte. IATA airport code is IZA.

Leopoldina Airport (LEP)

Leopoldina Airport is located approximately 132.35 miles / 213 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Belo Horizonte. IATA airport code is LEP.

Francisco De Assis Airport (JDF)

Francisco De Assis Airport is located approximately 134.22 miles / 216 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Belo Horizonte. IATA airport code is JDF.

Governador Valadares Airport (GVR)

Governador Valadares Airport is located approximately 145.4 miles / 234 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Belo Horizonte. IATA airport code is GVR.

Maj. Brig. Trompowsky Airport (VAG)

Maj. Brig. Trompowsky Airport is located approximately 152.24 miles / 245 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Belo Horizonte. IATA airport code is VAG.

Mello Viana (QID)

Mello Viana is located approximately 155.34 miles / 250 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Belo Horizonte. IATA airport code is QID.

Itaperuna Airport (ITP)

Itaperuna Airport is located approximately 160.31 miles / 258 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Belo Horizonte. IATA airport code is ITP.

Sao Lourenzo Airport (SSO)

Sao Lourenzo Airport is located approximately 165.91 miles / 267 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Belo Horizonte. IATA airport code is SSO.

Volta Redonda Airport (QVR)

Volta Redonda Airport is located approximately 178.33 miles / 287 kilometers South (S) of central Belo Horizonte. IATA airport code is QVR.

Resende (QRZ)

Resende is located approximately 180.2 miles / 290 kilometers South (S) of central Belo Horizonte. IATA airport code is QRZ.