Closest Airport to Bournemouth, Airports Near Bournemouth, United Kingdom

The closest airport to Bournemouth is Bournemouth Airport (BOH). Distance from Bournemouth Airport to Bournemouth is 4.52 miles / 7.28 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Bournemouth

  1. Bournemouth Airport (7.28 Km)
  2. Southampton Airport (44.88 Km)
  3. Bembridge Airport (54.52 Km)
  4. Yeovilton Airport (62.22 Km)
  5. Upavon Airport (63.43 Km)
  6. Lasham (78.93 Km)
  7. Goodwood (80.37 Km)
  8. Royal Air Force Station (87.12 Km)
  9. Royal Air Force Station (87.75 Km)
  10. Bristol Airport (94.22 Km)
  11. Blackbush Airport (98.71 Km)
  12. Farnborough Airport (99.02 Km)
  13. Filton Airport (101.85 Km)
  14. Exeter Airport (107.93 Km)
  15. Shoreham Airport (112.09 Km)
  16. Royal Air Force Station (113.79 Km)
  17. The Blaye Airport (115.13 Km)
  18. Fregate Island Airport (115.91 Km)
  19. RAF Station (116.48 Km)
  20. Maupertus Airport (122.41 Km)

List of Airports close to Bournemouth

Bournemouth Airport (BOH)

Bournemouth Airport is located approximately 4.35 miles / 7 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Bournemouth. IATA airport code is BOH.

Southampton Airport (SOU)

Southampton Airport is located approximately 27.34 miles / 44 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Bournemouth. IATA airport code is SOU.

Portsmouth Airport (PME)

Portsmouth Airport is located approximately 31.69 miles / 51 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Bournemouth. IATA airport code is PME.

Bembridge Airport (BBP)

Bembridge Airport is located approximately 33.55 miles / 54 kilometers East (E) of central Bournemouth. IATA airport code is BBP.

Yeovilton Airport (YEO)

Yeovilton Airport is located approximately 38.53 miles / 62 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Bournemouth. IATA airport code is YEO.

Upavon Airport (UPV)

Upavon Airport is located approximately 39.15 miles / 63 kilometers North (N) of central Bournemouth. IATA airport code is UPV.

Lasham (QLA)

Lasham is located approximately 48.47 miles / 78 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Bournemouth. IATA airport code is QLA.

Goodwood (QUG)

Goodwood is located approximately 49.71 miles / 80 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Bournemouth. IATA airport code is QUG.

Greenham Royal Air Force (EWY)

Greenham Royal Air Force is located approximately 52.2 miles / 84 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Bournemouth. IATA airport code is EWY.

Royal Air Force Station (ODH)

Royal Air Force Station is located approximately 54.06 miles / 87 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Bournemouth. IATA airport code is ODH.

Royal Air Force Station (LYE)

Royal Air Force Station is located approximately 54.06 miles / 87 kilometers North (N) of central Bournemouth. IATA airport code is LYE.

Bristol Airport (BRS)

Bristol Airport is located approximately 58.41 miles / 94 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Bournemouth. IATA airport code is BRS.

Blackbush Airport (BBS)

Blackbush Airport is located approximately 60.89 miles / 98 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Bournemouth. IATA airport code is BBS.

Farnborough Airport (FAB)

Farnborough Airport is located approximately 61.52 miles / 99 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Bournemouth. IATA airport code is FAB.

Filton Airport (FZO)

Filton Airport is located approximately 62.76 miles / 101 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Bournemouth. IATA airport code is FZO.

Royal Air Force Station (FFD)

Royal Air Force Station is located approximately 66.49 miles / 107 kilometers North (N) of central Bournemouth. IATA airport code is FFD.

Exeter Airport (EXT)

Exeter Airport is located approximately 66.49 miles / 107 kilometers West (W) of central Bournemouth. IATA airport code is EXT.

Shoreham Airport (ESH)

Shoreham Airport is located approximately 69.59 miles / 112 kilometers East (E) of central Bournemouth. IATA airport code is ESH.

Royal Air Force Station (BEX)

Royal Air Force Station is located approximately 70.21 miles / 113 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Bournemouth. IATA airport code is BEX.

The Blaye Airport (ACI)

The Blaye Airport is located approximately 71.46 miles / 115 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Bournemouth. IATA airport code is ACI.