Closest Airport to Birgunj, Airports Near Birgunj, Nepal

The closest airport to Birgunj is Simara Airport (SIF). Distance from Simara Airport to Birgunj is 10.53 miles / 16.95 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Birgunj

  1. Simara Airport (16.95 Km)
  2. Bharatpur Airport (82.62 Km)
  3. Meghauli Airport (86.52 Km)
  4. Tribhuvan Airport (87.24 Km)
  5. Janakpur Airport (111.13 Km)
  6. Muzaffarpur Airport (112.11 Km)
  7. Gorkha Airport (118.01 Km)
  8. Ramechhap Airport (124.3 Km)
  9. Gorakhpur Airport (144.61 Km)
  10. Bhairawa Airport (152.27 Km)
  11. Pokhara Airport (155.33 Km)
  12. Patna Airport (163.12 Km)
  13. Rumjatar Airport (168.97 Km)
  14. Baglung Airport (175.67 Km)
  15. Lamidanda Airport (179.87 Km)
  16. Manang Airport (193.3 Km)
  17. Rajbiraj Airport (195.9 Km)
  18. Lukla Airport (197.29 Km)
  19. Bhojpur Airport (216.45 Km)
  20. Jomsom Airport (223.34 Km)

List of Airports close to Birgunj

Simara Airport (SIF)

Simara Airport is located approximately 9.94 miles / 16 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Birgunj. IATA airport code is SIF.

Taplejung Airport (TPJ)

Taplejung Airport is located approximately 24.23 miles / 39 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Birgunj. IATA airport code is TPJ.

Bharatpur Airport (BHR)

Bharatpur Airport is located approximately 50.95 miles / 82 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Birgunj. IATA airport code is BHR.

Meghauli Airport (MEY)

Meghauli Airport is located approximately 53.44 miles / 86 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Birgunj. IATA airport code is MEY.

Tribhuvan Airport (KTM)

Tribhuvan Airport is located approximately 54.06 miles / 87 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Birgunj. IATA airport code is KTM.

Janakpur Airport (JKR)

Janakpur Airport is located approximately 68.97 miles / 111 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Birgunj. IATA airport code is JKR.

Muzaffarpur Airport (MZU)

Muzaffarpur Airport is located approximately 69.59 miles / 112 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Birgunj. IATA airport code is MZU.

Mountain Airport (MWP)

Mountain Airport is located approximately 71.46 miles / 115 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Birgunj. IATA airport code is MWP.

Gorkha Airport (GKH)

Gorkha Airport is located approximately 73.32 miles / 118 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Birgunj. IATA airport code is GKH.

Ramechhap Airport (RHP)

Ramechhap Airport is located approximately 77.05 miles / 124 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Birgunj. IATA airport code is RHP.

Gorakhpur Airport (GOP)

Gorakhpur Airport is located approximately 89.48 miles / 144 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Birgunj. IATA airport code is GOP.

Langtang Airport (LTG)

Langtang Airport is located approximately 90.72 miles / 146 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Birgunj. IATA airport code is LTG.

Jiri Airport (JIR)

Jiri Airport is located approximately 91.34 miles / 147 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Birgunj. IATA airport code is JIR.

Bhairawa Airport (BWA)

Bhairawa Airport is located approximately 94.45 miles / 152 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Birgunj. IATA airport code is BWA.

Pokhara Airport (PKR)

Pokhara Airport is located approximately 96.31 miles / 155 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Birgunj. IATA airport code is PKR.

Patna Airport (PAT)

Patna Airport is located approximately 101.28 miles / 163 kilometers South (S) of central Birgunj. IATA airport code is PAT.

Rumjatar Airport (RUM)

Rumjatar Airport is located approximately 104.39 miles / 168 kilometers East (E) of central Birgunj. IATA airport code is RUM.

Baglung Airport (BGL)

Baglung Airport is located approximately 108.74 miles / 175 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Birgunj. IATA airport code is BGL.

Phaplu Airport (PPL)

Phaplu Airport is located approximately 109.98 miles / 177 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Birgunj. IATA airport code is PPL.

Lamidanda Airport (LDN)

Lamidanda Airport is located approximately 111.23 miles / 179 kilometers East (E) of central Birgunj. IATA airport code is LDN.