Closest Airport to Bor, Airports Near Bor, South Sudan

The closest airport to Bor is Juba Airport (JUB). Distance from Juba Airport to Bor is 92.7 miles / 149.19 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Bor

  1. Juba Airport (149.19 Km)
  2. Rumbek Airport (220.29 Km)
  3. Arua Airport (359.01 Km)
  4. Malakal Airport (372.15 Km)
  5. Gulu Airport (386.92 Km)
  6. Gambela Airport (393.35 Km)
  7. Wau Airport (430.47 Km)
  8. Tippi Airport (439.1 Km)
  9. Dembidollo Airport (446.7 Km)
  10. Mizan Teferi Airport (448.34 Km)
  11. Beica Airport (480.14 Km)
  12. Heglig Airport (483.48 Km)
  13. Gore Airport (490.31 Km)
  14. Paloich Airport, Heliport (490.8 Km)
  15. Masindi Airport (495.76 Km)
  16. Bunia Airport (537.87 Km)
  17. Asosa Airport (538.11 Km)
  18. Soroti Airport (548.48 Km)
  19. Mendi Airport (554.59 Km)
  20. Jinka Airport (554.6 Km)

List of Airports close to Bor

Juba Airport (JUB)

Juba Airport is located approximately 92.58 miles / 149 kilometers South (S) of central Bor. IATA airport code is JUB.

Rumbek Airport (RBX)

Rumbek Airport is located approximately 136.7 miles / 220 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Bor. IATA airport code is RBX.

Moyo Airport (OYG)

Moyo Airport is located approximately 177.71 miles / 286 kilometers South (S) of central Bor. IATA airport code is OYG.

Arua Airport (RUA)

Arua Airport is located approximately 223.07 miles / 359 kilometers South (S) of central Bor. IATA airport code is RUA.

Malakal Airport (MAK)

Malakal Airport is located approximately 231.15 miles / 372 kilometers North (N) of central Bor. IATA airport code is MAK.

Lokichoggio Airport (LKG)

Lokichoggio Airport is located approximately 236.12 miles / 380 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Bor. IATA airport code is LKG.

Gulu Airport (ULU)

Gulu Airport is located approximately 239.85 miles / 386 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Bor. IATA airport code is ULU.

Gambela Airport (GMB)

Gambela Airport is located approximately 244.2 miles / 393 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Bor. IATA airport code is GMB.

Wau Airport (WUU)

Wau Airport is located approximately 267.19 miles / 430 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Bor. IATA airport code is WUU.

Tum Airport (TUJ)

Tum Airport is located approximately 267.81 miles / 431 kilometers East (E) of central Bor. IATA airport code is TUJ.

Kabalega Falls Airport (KBG)

Kabalega Falls Airport is located approximately 268.43 miles / 432 kilometers South (S) of central Bor. IATA airport code is KBG.

Tippi Airport (TIE)

Tippi Airport is located approximately 272.78 miles / 439 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Bor. IATA airport code is TIE.

Dembidollo Airport (DEM)

Dembidollo Airport is located approximately 277.13 miles / 446 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Bor. IATA airport code is DEM.

Mizan Teferi Airport (MTF)

Mizan Teferi Airport is located approximately 278.37 miles / 448 kilometers East (E) of central Bor. IATA airport code is MTF.

Adareil Airport (AEE)

Adareil Airport is located approximately 281.48 miles / 453 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Bor. IATA airport code is AEE.

Kyoto Airport (UKY)

Kyoto Airport is located approximately 287.69 miles / 463 kilometers South (S) of central Bor. IATA airport code is UKY.

Mui Airport (MUJ)

Mui Airport is located approximately 288.32 miles / 464 kilometers East (E) of central Bor. IATA airport code is MUJ.

Beica Airport (BEI)

Beica Airport is located approximately 298.26 miles / 480 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Bor. IATA airport code is BEI.

Heglig Airport (HEG)

Heglig Airport is located approximately 300.12 miles / 483 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Bor. IATA airport code is HEG.

Gore Airport (GOR)

Gore Airport is located approximately 304.47 miles / 490 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Bor. IATA airport code is GOR.