Closest Airport to Campina Grande, Airports Near Campina Grande, Brazil

The closest airport to Campina Grande is Joao Suassuna Airport (CPV). Distance from Joao Suassuna Airport to Campina Grande is 3.45 miles / 5.55 kilometers.


List of Airports close to Campina Grande

Joao Suassuna Airport (CPV)

Joao Suassuna Airport is located approximately 3.11 miles / 5 kilometers South (S) of central Campina Grande. IATA airport code is CPV.

Castro Pinto Airport (JPA)

Castro Pinto Airport is located approximately 64.62 miles / 104 kilometers East (E) of central Campina Grande. IATA airport code is JPA.

Caruaru Airport (CAU)

Caruaru Airport is located approximately 73.32 miles / 118 kilometers South (S) of central Campina Grande. IATA airport code is CAU.

Currais Novos (QCP)

Currais Novos is located approximately 78.29 miles / 126 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Campina Grande. IATA airport code is QCP.

Guararapes International Airport (REC)

Guararapes International Airport is located approximately 90.72 miles / 146 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Campina Grande. IATA airport code is REC.

Augusto Severo Airport (NAT)

Augusto Severo Airport is located approximately 100.04 miles / 161 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Campina Grande. IATA airport code is NAT.

Noosa Airport (NSA)

Noosa Airport is located approximately 100.04 miles / 161 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Campina Grande. IATA airport code is NSA.

Garanhuns (QGP)

Garanhuns is located approximately 118.06 miles / 190 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Campina Grande. IATA airport code is QGP.

Caxias (QXC)

Caxias is located approximately 150.37 miles / 242 kilometers South (S) of central Campina Grande. IATA airport code is QXC.

Palmares Airport (MCZ)

Palmares Airport is located approximately 157.83 miles / 254 kilometers South (S) of central Campina Grande. IATA airport code is MCZ.

Dixsept Rosado Airport (MVF)

Dixsept Rosado Airport is located approximately 172.12 miles / 277 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Campina Grande. IATA airport code is MVF.

Arapiraca Airport (APQ)

Arapiraca Airport is located approximately 183.3 miles / 295 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Campina Grande. IATA airport code is APQ.

Paulo Afonso Airport (PAV)

Paulo Afonso Airport is located approximately 220.59 miles / 355 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Campina Grande. IATA airport code is PAV.

Regional Do Cariri Airport (JDO)

Regional Do Cariri Airport is located approximately 231.15 miles / 372 kilometers West (W) of central Campina Grande. IATA airport code is JDO.

Iguatu (QIG)

Iguatu is located approximately 241.09 miles / 388 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Campina Grande. IATA airport code is QIG.

Aracaju Airport (AJU)

Aracaju Airport is located approximately 272.16 miles / 438 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Campina Grande. IATA airport code is AJU.

Pinto Martins Airport (FOR)

Pinto Martins Airport is located approximately 298.88 miles / 481 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Campina Grande. IATA airport code is FOR.

Fernando De Noronha Airport (FEN)

Fernando De Noronha Airport is located approximately 332.43 miles / 535 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Campina Grande. IATA airport code is FEN.

Petrolina Internacional Airport (PNZ)

Petrolina Internacional Airport is located approximately 352.32 miles / 567 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Campina Grande. IATA airport code is PNZ.

Senhor Do Bonfim Airport (SEI)

Senhor Do Bonfim Airport is located approximately 369.09 miles / 594 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Campina Grande. IATA airport code is SEI.