Closest Airport to Bujumbura, Airports Near Bujumbura, Burundi

The closest airport to Bujumbura is Bujumbura International Airport (BJM). Distance from Bujumbura International Airport to Bujumbura is 3.85 miles / 6.19 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Bujumbura

  1. Bujumbura International Airport (6.19 Km)
  2. Gitega Airport (61.52 Km)
  3. Butare Airport (94.85 Km)
  4. Kamembe Airport (111.87 Km)
  5. Kirundo Airport (122.07 Km)
  6. Kamenbe (132.06 Km)
  7. Kigoma Airport (173.03 Km)
  8. Gregoire Kayibanda Airport (177.43 Km)
  9. Goma Airport (188.47 Km)
  10. Ruhengeri Airport (209.19 Km)
  11. Kalemie Airport (279.83 Km)
  12. Kalima Airport (304.32 Km)
  13. Mbarara Airport (341.07 Km)
  14. Kongolo Airport (346.61 Km)
  15. Bukoba Airport (354.53 Km)
  16. Kindu Airport (385.58 Km)
  17. Rughenda Airfield (386.83 Km)
  18. Kasese Airport (402.61 Km)
  19. Punia Airport (402.81 Km)
  20. Kabalo Airport (406.03 Km)

List of Airports close to Bujumbura

Bujumbura International Airport (BJM)

Bujumbura International Airport is located approximately 3.73 miles / 6 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Bujumbura. IATA airport code is BJM.

Gitega Airport (GID)

Gitega Airport is located approximately 37.9 miles / 61 kilometers East (E) of central Bujumbura. IATA airport code is GID.

Butare Airport (BTQ)

Butare Airport is located approximately 58.41 miles / 94 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Bujumbura. IATA airport code is BTQ.

Kamembe Airport (KME)

Kamembe Airport is located approximately 68.97 miles / 111 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Bujumbura. IATA airport code is KME.

Kirundo Airport (KRE)

Kirundo Airport is located approximately 75.81 miles / 122 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Bujumbura. IATA airport code is KRE.

Kamenbe (BKY)

Kamenbe is located approximately 82.02 miles / 132 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Bujumbura. IATA airport code is BKY.

Kigoma Airport (TKQ)

Kigoma Airport is located approximately 107.5 miles / 173 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Bujumbura. IATA airport code is TKQ.

Gregoire Kayibanda Airport (KGL)

Gregoire Kayibanda Airport is located approximately 109.98 miles / 177 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Bujumbura. IATA airport code is KGL.

Goma Airport (GOM)

Goma Airport is located approximately 116.82 miles / 188 kilometers North (N) of central Bujumbura. IATA airport code is GOM.

Ruhengeri Airport (RHG)

Ruhengeri Airport is located approximately 129.87 miles / 209 kilometers North (N) of central Bujumbura. IATA airport code is RHG.

Kalemie Airport (FMI)

Kalemie Airport is located approximately 173.36 miles / 279 kilometers South (S) of central Bujumbura. IATA airport code is FMI.

Kalima Airport (KLY)

Kalima Airport is located approximately 188.9 miles / 304 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Bujumbura. IATA airport code is KLY.

Geita Airport (GIT)

Geita Airport is located approximately 196.35 miles / 316 kilometers East (E) of central Bujumbura. IATA airport code is GIT.

Mbarara Airport (MBQ)

Mbarara Airport is located approximately 211.89 miles / 341 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Bujumbura. IATA airport code is MBQ.

Kongolo Airport (KOO)

Kongolo Airport is located approximately 214.99 miles / 346 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Bujumbura. IATA airport code is KOO.

Bukoba Airport (BKZ)

Bukoba Airport is located approximately 219.97 miles / 354 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Bujumbura. IATA airport code is BKZ.

Kindu Airport (KND)

Kindu Airport is located approximately 239.23 miles / 385 kilometers West (W) of central Bujumbura. IATA airport code is KND.

Rughenda Airfield (RUE)

Rughenda Airfield is located approximately 239.85 miles / 386 kilometers North (N) of central Bujumbura. IATA airport code is RUE.

Kasese Airport (KSE)

Kasese Airport is located approximately 249.79 miles / 402 kilometers North (N) of central Bujumbura. IATA airport code is KSE.

Punia Airport (PUN)

Punia Airport is located approximately 249.79 miles / 402 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Bujumbura. IATA airport code is PUN.