Closest Airport to Brazzaville, Airports Near Brazzaville, Republic of the Congo

The closest airport to Brazzaville is Maya Maya Airport (BZV). Distance from Maya Maya Airport to Brazzaville is 1.07 miles / 1.71 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Brazzaville

  1. Maya Maya Airport (1.71 Km)
  2. N'Dolo Airport (11.73 Km)
  3. N'Djili Airport (26.18 Km)
  4. Kindamba Airport (87.72 Km)
  5. Mouyondzi Airport (144.27 Km)
  6. Djambala Airport (200.03 Km)
  7. Lague Airport (216.49 Km)
  8. Nkayi Airport (217.39 Km)
  9. Sibiti Airport (219.67 Km)
  10. Zanaga Airport (223.02 Km)
  11. M'Banza Congo Airport (248.88 Km)
  12. Bandundu Airport (259.85 Km)
  13. Matadi Airport (262.76 Km)
  14. Loubomo Airport (286.5 Km)
  15. Masi Manimba Airport (294.71 Km)
  16. Boma Airport (299.2 Km)
  17. Makabana Airport (303.96 Km)
  18. Mossendjo Airport (317.74 Km)
  19. Nioki Airport (320.92 Km)
  20. Franceville/Mvengue Airport (352.43 Km)

List of Airports close to Brazzaville

Maya Maya Airport (BZV)

Maya Maya Airport is located approximately 0.62 miles / 1 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Brazzaville. IATA airport code is BZV.

N'Dolo Airport (NLO)

N'Dolo Airport is located approximately 6.84 miles / 11 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Brazzaville. IATA airport code is NLO.

N'Djili Airport (FIH)

N'Djili Airport is located approximately 16.16 miles / 26 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Brazzaville. IATA airport code is FIH.

Kindamba Airport (KNJ)

Kindamba Airport is located approximately 54.06 miles / 87 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Brazzaville. IATA airport code is KNJ.

Nkolo Airport (NKL)

Nkolo Airport is located approximately 86.37 miles / 139 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Brazzaville. IATA airport code is NKL.

Mouyondzi Airport (MUY)

Mouyondzi Airport is located approximately 89.48 miles / 144 kilometers West (W) of central Brazzaville. IATA airport code is MUY.

Djambala Airport (DJM)

Djambala Airport is located approximately 124.27 miles / 200 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Brazzaville. IATA airport code is DJM.

Lague Airport (LCO)

Lague Airport is located approximately 134.22 miles / 216 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Brazzaville. IATA airport code is LCO.

Nkayi Airport (NKY)

Nkayi Airport is located approximately 134.84 miles / 217 kilometers West (W) of central Brazzaville. IATA airport code is NKY.

Sibiti Airport (SIB)

Sibiti Airport is located approximately 136.08 miles / 219 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Brazzaville. IATA airport code is SIB.

Zanaga Airport (ANJ)

Zanaga Airport is located approximately 138.57 miles / 223 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Brazzaville. IATA airport code is ANJ.

Lekana Airport (LKC)

Lekana Airport is located approximately 141.05 miles / 227 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Brazzaville. IATA airport code is LKC.

M'Banza Congo Airport (SSY)

M'Banza Congo Airport is located approximately 154.1 miles / 248 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Brazzaville. IATA airport code is SSY.

Bandundu Airport (FDU)

Bandundu Airport is located approximately 160.94 miles / 259 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Brazzaville. IATA airport code is FDU.

Matadi Airport (MAT)

Matadi Airport is located approximately 162.8 miles / 262 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Brazzaville. IATA airport code is MAT.

Gamboma Airport (GMM)

Gamboma Airport is located approximately 170.88 miles / 275 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Brazzaville. IATA airport code is GMM.

Loubomo Airport (DIS)

Loubomo Airport is located approximately 177.71 miles / 286 kilometers West (W) of central Brazzaville. IATA airport code is DIS.

Masi Manimba Airport (MSM)

Masi Manimba Airport is located approximately 182.68 miles / 294 kilometers East (E) of central Brazzaville. IATA airport code is MSM.

Boma Airport (BOA)

Boma Airport is located approximately 185.79 miles / 299 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Brazzaville. IATA airport code is BOA.

Kasongo Lunda Airport (KGN)

Kasongo Lunda Airport is located approximately 186.41 miles / 300 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Brazzaville. IATA airport code is KGN.