Closest Airport to Burkina Faso, Airports Near Burkina Faso, Burkina Faso

The closest airport to Burkina Faso is Aribinda Airport (XAR). Distance from Aribinda Airport to Burkina Faso is 65.9 miles / 106.05 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Burkina Faso

  1. Aribinda Airport (106.05 Km)
  2. Bogande Airport (106.1 Km)
  3. Djibo Airport (107.5 Km)
  4. Ouagadougou Airport (113.12 Km)
  5. Dori Airport (141.76 Km)
  6. Ouahigouya Airport (146.24 Km)
  7. Gorum-Gorum Airport (159.48 Km)
  8. Sebba Airport (175.46 Km)
  9. Tenkodogo Airport (183.21 Km)
  10. Fada Ngourma Airport (209.83 Km)
  11. Tougan Airport (214.77 Km)
  12. Dedougou Airport (275.3 Km)
  13. Kantchari Airport (295.78 Km)
  14. Pama Airport (298.89 Km)
  15. Nouna Airport (306.04 Km)
  16. Gao Airport (349.65 Km)
  17. Diebougou Airport (349.71 Km)
  18. Mopti Airport (349.72 Km)
  19. Niamey Airport (355.45 Km)
  20. Gaoua Airport (406.56 Km)

List of Airports close to Burkina Faso

Kaya Airport (XKY)

Kaya Airport is located approximately 14.91 miles / 24 kilometers South (S) of central Burkina Faso. IATA airport code is XKY.

Boulsa Airport (XBO)

Boulsa Airport is located approximately 56.54 miles / 91 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Burkina Faso. IATA airport code is XBO.

Aribinda Airport (XAR)

Aribinda Airport is located approximately 65.87 miles / 106 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Burkina Faso. IATA airport code is XAR.

Bogande Airport (XBG)

Bogande Airport is located approximately 65.87 miles / 106 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Burkina Faso. IATA airport code is XBG.

Djibo Airport (XDJ)

Djibo Airport is located approximately 66.49 miles / 107 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Burkina Faso. IATA airport code is XDJ.

Ouagadougou Airport (OUA)

Ouagadougou Airport is located approximately 70.21 miles / 113 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Burkina Faso. IATA airport code is OUA.

Dori Airport (DOR)

Dori Airport is located approximately 87.61 miles / 141 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Burkina Faso. IATA airport code is DOR.

Ouahigouya Airport (OUG)

Ouahigouya Airport is located approximately 90.72 miles / 146 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Burkina Faso. IATA airport code is OUG.

Gorum-Gorum Airport (XGG)

Gorum-Gorum Airport is located approximately 98.8 miles / 159 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Burkina Faso. IATA airport code is XGG.

Sebba Airport (XSE)

Sebba Airport is located approximately 108.74 miles / 175 kilometers East (E) of central Burkina Faso. IATA airport code is XSE.

Tenkodogo Airport (TEG)

Tenkodogo Airport is located approximately 113.71 miles / 183 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Burkina Faso. IATA airport code is TEG.

Tambao Airport (TMQ)

Tambao Airport is located approximately 129.25 miles / 208 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Burkina Faso. IATA airport code is TMQ.

Fada Ngourma Airport (FNG)

Fada Ngourma Airport is located approximately 129.87 miles / 209 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Burkina Faso. IATA airport code is FNG.

Tougan Airport (TUQ)

Tougan Airport is located approximately 132.97 miles / 214 kilometers West (W) of central Burkina Faso. IATA airport code is TUQ.

Po Airport (PUP)

Po Airport is located approximately 147.26 miles / 237 kilometers South (S) of central Burkina Faso. IATA airport code is PUP.

Zabre Airport (XZA)

Zabre Airport is located approximately 149.75 miles / 241 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Burkina Faso. IATA airport code is XZA.

Leo Airport (XLU)

Leo Airport is located approximately 165.28 miles / 266 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Burkina Faso. IATA airport code is XLU.

Dedougou Airport (DGU)

Dedougou Airport is located approximately 170.88 miles / 275 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Burkina Faso. IATA airport code is DGU.

Kantchari Airport (XKA)

Kantchari Airport is located approximately 183.3 miles / 295 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Burkina Faso. IATA airport code is XKA.

Pama Airport (XPA)

Pama Airport is located approximately 185.17 miles / 298 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Burkina Faso. IATA airport code is XPA.