Closest Airport to Bissau, Airports Near Bissau, Guinea-Bissau

The closest airport to Bissau is Osvaldo Vieira Airport (OXB). Distance from Osvaldo Vieira Airport to Bissau is 2.59 miles / 4.17 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Bissau

  1. Osvaldo Vieira Airport (4.17 Km)
  2. Ziguinchor Airport (104.03 Km)
  3. Kolda Airport (133.28 Km)
  4. Cap Skirring Airport (136.01 Km)
  5. Boke Airport (177.75 Km)
  6. Yundum International Airport (197.03 Km)
  7. Kaolack Airport (256.22 Km)
  8. Sambailo Airport (257.26 Km)
  9. Fria Airport (280.96 Km)
  10. Simenti Airport (283.48 Km)
  11. Tambacounda Airport (296.53 Km)
  12. Conakry Airport (337.18 Km)
  13. Labe Airport (368.04 Km)
  14. Yoff Airport (376.88 Km)
  15. Kedougou Airport (377.11 Km)
  16. Lungi International Airport (449.5 Km)
  17. St. Louis Airport (472.47 Km)
  18. Hastings Airport (473.61 Km)
  19. Bakel Airport (474.14 Km)
  20. Matam Airport (481.44 Km)

List of Airports close to Bissau

Osvaldo Vieira Airport (OXB)

Osvaldo Vieira Airport is located approximately 2.49 miles / 4 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Bissau. IATA airport code is OXB.

Bubaque Airport (BQE)

Bubaque Airport is located approximately 42.87 miles / 69 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Bissau. IATA airport code is BQE.

Ziguinchor Airport (ZIG)

Ziguinchor Airport is located approximately 64.62 miles / 104 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Bissau. IATA airport code is ZIG.

Kolda Airport (KDA)

Kolda Airport is located approximately 82.64 miles / 133 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Bissau. IATA airport code is KDA.

Cap Skirring Airport (CSK)

Cap Skirring Airport is located approximately 84.51 miles / 136 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Bissau. IATA airport code is CSK.

Boke Airport (BKJ)

Boke Airport is located approximately 109.98 miles / 177 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Bissau. IATA airport code is BKJ.

Yundum International Airport (BJL)

Yundum International Airport is located approximately 122.41 miles / 197 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Bissau. IATA airport code is BJL.

Kaolack Airport (KLC)

Kaolack Airport is located approximately 159.07 miles / 256 kilometers North (N) of central Bissau. IATA airport code is KLC.

Sambailo Airport (SBI)

Sambailo Airport is located approximately 159.69 miles / 257 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Bissau. IATA airport code is SBI.

Fria Airport (FIG)

Fria Airport is located approximately 173.98 miles / 280 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Bissau. IATA airport code is FIG.

Simenti Airport (SMY)

Simenti Airport is located approximately 175.85 miles / 283 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Bissau. IATA airport code is SMY.

Tambacounda Airport (TUD)

Tambacounda Airport is located approximately 183.93 miles / 296 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Bissau. IATA airport code is TUD.

Conakry Airport (CKY)

Conakry Airport is located approximately 209.4 miles / 337 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Bissau. IATA airport code is CKY.

Niokolo Koba Airport (NIK)

Niokolo Koba Airport is located approximately 211.89 miles / 341 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Bissau. IATA airport code is NIK.

Labe Airport (LEK)

Labe Airport is located approximately 228.66 miles / 368 kilometers East (E) of central Bissau. IATA airport code is LEK.

Yoff Airport (DKR)

Yoff Airport is located approximately 233.64 miles / 376 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Bissau. IATA airport code is DKR.

Kedougou Airport (KGG)

Kedougou Airport is located approximately 234.26 miles / 377 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Bissau. IATA airport code is KGG.

Sierra Leone Airport (SRK)

Sierra Leone Airport is located approximately 274.02 miles / 441 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Bissau. IATA airport code is SRK.

Lungi International Airport (FNA)

Lungi International Airport is located approximately 279 miles / 449 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Bissau. IATA airport code is FNA.

Mammy Yoko Heliport (JMY)

Mammy Yoko Heliport is located approximately 284.59 miles / 458 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Bissau. IATA airport code is JMY.