Closest Airport to Bordeaux, Airports Near Bordeaux, France

The closest airport to Bordeaux is Bordeaux Airport (BOD). Distance from Bordeaux Airport to Bordeaux is 6.71 miles / 10.81 kilometers.


List of Airports close to Bordeaux

Bordeaux Airport (BOD)

Bordeaux Airport is located approximately 6.21 miles / 10 kilometers West (W) of central Bordeaux. IATA airport code is BOD.

Libourne-Artigues-de-Lussac Airport (XLR)

Libourne-Artigues-de-Lussac Airport is located approximately 23.61 miles / 38 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Bordeaux. IATA airport code is XLR.

Arcachon-La Teste-de-Buch Airport (XAC)

Arcachon-La Teste-de-Buch Airport is located approximately 30.45 miles / 49 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Bordeaux. IATA airport code is XAC.

Roumanieres Airport (EGC)

Roumanieres Airport is located approximately 53.44 miles / 86 kilometers East (E) of central Bordeaux. IATA airport code is EGC.

Medis Airport (RYN)

Medis Airport is located approximately 57.79 miles / 93 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Bordeaux. IATA airport code is RYN.

Parvaud Airport (CNG)

Parvaud Airport is located approximately 57.79 miles / 93 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Bordeaux. IATA airport code is CNG.

Mont-de-Marsan (BA 118) Air Base (XMJ)

Mont-de-Marsan (BA 118) Air Base is located approximately 64 miles / 103 kilometers South (S) of central Bordeaux. IATA airport code is XMJ.

Perigueux Airport (PGX)

Perigueux Airport is located approximately 72.08 miles / 116 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Bordeaux. IATA airport code is PGX.

Brie-Champniers Airport (ANG)

Brie-Champniers Airport is located approximately 72.7 miles / 117 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Bordeaux. IATA airport code is ANG.

La Garenne Airport (AGF)

La Garenne Airport is located approximately 73.32 miles / 118 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Bordeaux. IATA airport code is AGF.

Saint Agnant Airport (RCO)

Saint Agnant Airport is located approximately 74.56 miles / 120 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Bordeaux. IATA airport code is RCO.

Dax Seyresse Airport (XDA)

Dax Seyresse Airport is located approximately 82.64 miles / 133 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Bordeaux. IATA airport code is XDA.

Sarlat Domme Airport (XSL)

Sarlat Domme Airport is located approximately 88.86 miles / 143 kilometers East (E) of central Bordeaux. IATA airport code is XSL.

Laleu Airport (LRH)

Laleu Airport is located approximately 96.93 miles / 156 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Bordeaux. IATA airport code is LRH.

Uzein Airport (PUF)

Uzein Airport is located approximately 100.66 miles / 162 kilometers South (S) of central Bordeaux. IATA airport code is PUF.

Niort Airport (NIT)

Niort Airport is located approximately 101.9 miles / 164 kilometers North (N) of central Bordeaux. IATA airport code is NIT.

Laroche Airport (BVE)

Laroche Airport is located approximately 101.9 miles / 164 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Bordeaux. IATA airport code is BVE.

Biarritz Parme Airport (BIQ)

Biarritz Parme Airport is located approximately 105.01 miles / 169 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Bordeaux. IATA airport code is BIQ.

Laberandie Airport (ZAO)

Laberandie Airport is located approximately 106.25 miles / 171 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Bordeaux. IATA airport code is ZAO.

Bellegarde Airport (LIG)

Bellegarde Airport is located approximately 110.6 miles / 178 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Bordeaux. IATA airport code is LIG.