Closest Airport to Bhopal, Airports Near Bhopal, India

The closest airport to Bhopal is Bhopal Airport (BHO). Distance from Bhopal Airport to Bhopal is 5.14 miles / 8.27 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Bhopal

  1. Bhopal Airport (8.27 Km)
  2. Indore Airport (175.47 Km)
  3. Kota Airport (264.38 Km)
  4. Jabalpur Airport (269.87 Km)
  5. Akola Airport (287.09 Km)
  6. Sonegaon Airport (293.98 Km)
  7. Khajuraho Airport (307.8 Km)
  8. Gwalior Airport (347.19 Km)
  9. Satna Airport (378.68 Km)
  10. Dabok Airport (387.94 Km)
  11. Sanganeer Airport (427.85 Km)
  12. Chikkalthana Airport (431.37 Km)
  13. Kheria Airport (436.7 Km)
  14. Vadodara Airport (441.23 Km)
  15. Nanded Airport (453.41 Km)
  16. Kanpur Airport (462.43 Km)
  17. Ahmedabad Airport (488.83 Km)
  18. Bamrauli Airport (500.35 Km)
  19. Raipur Airport (501.73 Km)
  20. Bilaspur Airport (502.5 Km)

List of Airports close to Bhopal

Bhopal Airport (BHO)

Bhopal Airport is located approximately 4.97 miles / 8 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Bhopal. IATA airport code is BHO.

Guna Airport (GUX)

Guna Airport is located approximately 96.31 miles / 155 kilometers North (N) of central Bhopal. IATA airport code is GUX.

Indore Airport (IDR)

Indore Airport is located approximately 108.74 miles / 175 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Bhopal. IATA airport code is IDR.

Kota Airport (KTU)

Kota Airport is located approximately 164.04 miles / 264 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Bhopal. IATA airport code is KTU.

Jabalpur Airport (JLR)

Jabalpur Airport is located approximately 167.15 miles / 269 kilometers East (E) of central Bhopal. IATA airport code is JLR.

Akola Airport (AKD)

Akola Airport is located approximately 178.33 miles / 287 kilometers South (S) of central Bhopal. IATA airport code is AKD.

Sonegaon Airport (NAG)

Sonegaon Airport is located approximately 182.06 miles / 293 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Bhopal. IATA airport code is NAG.

Khajuraho Airport (HJR)

Khajuraho Airport is located approximately 190.76 miles / 307 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Bhopal. IATA airport code is HJR.

Gwalior Airport (GWL)

Gwalior Airport is located approximately 215.62 miles / 347 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Bhopal. IATA airport code is GWL.

Satna Airport (TNI)

Satna Airport is located approximately 234.88 miles / 378 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Bhopal. IATA airport code is TNI.

Dabok Airport (UDR)

Dabok Airport is located approximately 240.47 miles / 387 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Bhopal. IATA airport code is UDR.

Rewa Airport (REW)

Rewa Airport is located approximately 260.35 miles / 419 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Bhopal. IATA airport code is REW.

Sanganeer Airport (JAI)

Sanganeer Airport is located approximately 265.33 miles / 427 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Bhopal. IATA airport code is JAI.

Chikkalthana Airport (IXU)

Chikkalthana Airport is located approximately 267.81 miles / 431 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Bhopal. IATA airport code is IXU.

Kheria Airport (AGR)

Kheria Airport is located approximately 270.92 miles / 436 kilometers North (N) of central Bhopal. IATA airport code is AGR.

Vadodara Airport (BDQ)

Vadodara Airport is located approximately 274.02 miles / 441 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Bhopal. IATA airport code is BDQ.

Nanded Airport (NDC)

Nanded Airport is located approximately 281.48 miles / 453 kilometers South (S) of central Bhopal. IATA airport code is NDC.

Kanpur Airport (KNU)

Kanpur Airport is located approximately 287.07 miles / 462 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Bhopal. IATA airport code is KNU.

Ahmedabad Airport (AMD)

Ahmedabad Airport is located approximately 303.23 miles / 488 kilometers West (W) of central Bhopal. IATA airport code is AMD.

Bamrauli Airport (IXD)

Bamrauli Airport is located approximately 310.69 miles / 500 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Bhopal. IATA airport code is IXD.