Closest Airport to Benghazi, Airports Near Benghazi, Libya

The closest airport to Benghazi is Benina International Airport (BEN). Distance from Benina International Airport to Benghazi is 10.81 miles / 17.39 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Benghazi

  1. Benina International Airport (17.39 Km)
  2. La Braq Airport (191.23 Km)
  3. Marsa el Brega Airport (199.61 Km)
  4. Tobruk Airport (361.4 Km)
  5. Houn Airport (517.12 Km)
  6. Souda Airport (533.58 Km)
  7. Kithira Airport (534.78 Km)
  8. Kalamata Airport (578.15 Km)
  9. Sparta Airport (584.14 Km)
  10. N. Kazantzakis Airport (591.53 Km)
  11. Zakinthos Airport (630.39 Km)
  12. Mitiga, Tripoli Airport (644.34 Km)
  13. Milos Airport (648.88 Km)
  14. Tripoli International Airport (653.17 Km)
  15. Sitia Airport (654.3 Km)
  16. Andravida Airport (654.33 Km)
  17. Luqa Airport (663.28 Km)
  18. Argostolion Airport (668.3 Km)
  19. Mersa Matruh Airport (680.46 Km)
  20. Araxos Airport (681.63 Km)

List of Airports close to Benghazi

Benina International Airport (BEN)

Benina International Airport is located approximately 10.56 miles / 17 kilometers East (E) of central Benghazi. IATA airport code is BEN.

La Braq Airport (LAQ)

La Braq Airport is located approximately 118.68 miles / 191 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Benghazi. IATA airport code is LAQ.

Marsa el Brega Airport (LMQ)

Marsa el Brega Airport is located approximately 123.65 miles / 199 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Benghazi. IATA airport code is LMQ.

Martuba Airport (DNF)

Martuba Airport is located approximately 157.83 miles / 254 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Benghazi. IATA airport code is DNF.

Nafoora Airport (NFR)

Nafoora Airport is located approximately 215.62 miles / 347 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Benghazi. IATA airport code is NFR.

Sert Airport (SRX)

Sert Airport is located approximately 217.48 miles / 350 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Benghazi. IATA airport code is SRX.

Tobruk Airport (TOB)

Tobruk Airport is located approximately 224.31 miles / 361 kilometers East (E) of central Benghazi. IATA airport code is TOB.

Misurata Airport (MRA)

Misurata Airport is located approximately 293.91 miles / 473 kilometers West (W) of central Benghazi. IATA airport code is MRA.

Houn Airport (HUQ)

Houn Airport is located approximately 321.25 miles / 517 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Benghazi. IATA airport code is HUQ.

Souda Airport (CHQ)

Souda Airport is located approximately 331.19 miles / 533 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Benghazi. IATA airport code is CHQ.

Kithira Airport (KIT)

Kithira Airport is located approximately 331.81 miles / 534 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Benghazi. IATA airport code is KIT.

Kalamata Airport (KLX)

Kalamata Airport is located approximately 359.15 miles / 578 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Benghazi. IATA airport code is KLX.

Sparta Airport (SPJ)

Sparta Airport is located approximately 362.88 miles / 584 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Benghazi. IATA airport code is SPJ.

N. Kazantzakis Airport (HER)

N. Kazantzakis Airport is located approximately 367.23 miles / 591 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Benghazi. IATA airport code is HER.

Siwa Airport (SEW)

Siwa Airport is located approximately 374.07 miles / 602 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Benghazi. IATA airport code is SEW.

Zakinthos Airport (ZTH)

Zakinthos Airport is located approximately 391.46 miles / 630 kilometers North (N) of central Benghazi. IATA airport code is ZTH.

Alexion Airport (PKH)

Alexion Airport is located approximately 397.68 miles / 640 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Benghazi. IATA airport code is PKH.

Mitiga, Tripoli Airport (MJI)

Mitiga, Tripoli Airport is located approximately 400.16 miles / 644 kilometers West (W) of central Benghazi. IATA airport code is MJI.

Milos Airport (MLO)

Milos Airport is located approximately 402.65 miles / 648 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Benghazi. IATA airport code is MLO.

Spetsai Island Airport (JSS)

Spetsai Island Airport is located approximately 403.27 miles / 649 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Benghazi. IATA airport code is JSS.