Closest Airport to Buenos Aires, Airports Near Buenos Aires, Argentina

The closest airport to Buenos Aires is Jorge Newbery Airport (AEP). Distance from Jorge Newbery Airport to Buenos Aires is 3.63 miles / 5.85 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Buenos Aires

  1. Jorge Newbery Airport (5.85 Km)
  2. El Palomar Airport (21.16 Km)
  3. San Fernando Airport (25.36 Km)
  4. Ministro Pistarini Airport (28.09 Km)
  5. Colonia Airport (58.31 Km)
  6. La Plata Airport (60.46 Km)
  7. Gualeguaychu Airport (178.46 Km)
  8. Carrasco Airport (216.42 Km)
  9. Durazno Airport (221.99 Km)
  10. Junin Airport (233.46 Km)
  11. Paysandu Airport (250.88 Km)
  12. Santa Teresita Airport (262.67 Km)
  13. Fisherton Airport (291.72 Km)
  14. Punta Del Este Airport (301.69 Km)
  15. Tandil Airport (302.61 Km)
  16. Villa Gesell Airport (316.95 Km)
  17. Pehuajo Airport (344.55 Km)
  18. Salto Airport (353.89 Km)
  19. Parana Airport (368.33 Km)
  20. Concordia Airport (369.45 Km)

List of Airports close to Buenos Aires

Jorge Newbery Airport (AEP)

Jorge Newbery Airport is located approximately 3.11 miles / 5 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Buenos Aires. IATA airport code is AEP.

El Palomar Airport (EPA)

El Palomar Airport is located approximately 13.05 miles / 21 kilometers West (W) of central Buenos Aires. IATA airport code is EPA.

San Fernando Airport (FDO)

San Fernando Airport is located approximately 15.53 miles / 25 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Buenos Aires. IATA airport code is FDO.

Ministro Pistarini Airport (EZE)

Ministro Pistarini Airport is located approximately 17.4 miles / 28 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Buenos Aires. IATA airport code is EZE.

Colonia Airport (CYR)

Colonia Airport is located approximately 36.04 miles / 58 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Buenos Aires. IATA airport code is CYR.

La Plata Airport (LPG)

La Plata Airport is located approximately 37.28 miles / 60 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Buenos Aires. IATA airport code is LPG.

San Pedro (XPD)

San Pedro is located approximately 100.04 miles / 161 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Buenos Aires. IATA airport code is XPD.

Fray Bentos Airport (FZB)

Fray Bentos Airport is located approximately 100.66 miles / 162 kilometers North (N) of central Buenos Aires. IATA airport code is FZB.

Gualeguaychu Airport (GHU)

Gualeguaychu Airport is located approximately 110.6 miles / 178 kilometers North (N) of central Buenos Aires. IATA airport code is GHU.

Bragado (QRF)

Bragado is located approximately 124.27 miles / 200 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Buenos Aires. IATA airport code is QRF.

Carrasco Airport (MVD)

Carrasco Airport is located approximately 134.22 miles / 216 kilometers East (E) of central Buenos Aires. IATA airport code is MVD.

Durazno Airport (DZO)

Durazno Airport is located approximately 137.32 miles / 221 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Buenos Aires. IATA airport code is DZO.

Junin Airport (JNI)

Junin Airport is located approximately 144.78 miles / 233 kilometers West (W) of central Buenos Aires. IATA airport code is JNI.

Paysandu Airport (PDU)

Paysandu Airport is located approximately 155.34 miles / 250 kilometers North (N) of central Buenos Aires. IATA airport code is PDU.

Santa Teresita Airport (SST)

Santa Teresita Airport is located approximately 162.8 miles / 262 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Buenos Aires. IATA airport code is SST.

Fisherton Airport (ROS)

Fisherton Airport is located approximately 180.82 miles / 291 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Buenos Aires. IATA airport code is ROS.

Punta Del Este Airport (PDP)

Punta Del Este Airport is located approximately 187.03 miles / 301 kilometers East (E) of central Buenos Aires. IATA airport code is PDP.

Tandil Airport (TDL)

Tandil Airport is located approximately 187.65 miles / 302 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Buenos Aires. IATA airport code is TDL.

Olavarria Airport (OVR)

Olavarria Airport is located approximately 188.28 miles / 303 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Buenos Aires. IATA airport code is OVR.

Villa Gesell Airport (VLG)

Villa Gesell Airport is located approximately 196.35 miles / 316 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Buenos Aires. IATA airport code is VLG.