Closest Airport to Canada, Airports Near Canada, United States

The closest airport to Canada is Louisa Airport (LOW). Distance from Louisa Airport to Canada is 38.32 miles / 61.67 kilometers.


List of Airports close to Canada

Porto Alegre Do Norte Airport (PBX)

Porto Alegre Do Norte Airport is located approximately 13.05 miles / 21 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Canada. IATA airport code is PBX.

Louisa Airport (LOW)

Louisa Airport is located approximately 37.9 miles / 61 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Canada. IATA airport code is LOW.

Whitesburg Municipal Airport (BRG)

Whitesburg Municipal Airport is located approximately 39.77 miles / 64 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Canada. IATA airport code is BRG.

Wise Airport (LNP)

Wise Airport is located approximately 44.12 miles / 71 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Canada. IATA airport code is LNP.

Tri-State/Milton Airport (HTS)

Tri-State/Milton Airport is located approximately 54.06 miles / 87 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Canada. IATA airport code is HTS.

Huntington County Airport (HTW)

Huntington County Airport is located approximately 56.54 miles / 91 kilometers North (N) of central Canada. IATA airport code is HTW.

Mercer County Airport (BLF)

Mercer County Airport is located approximately 64.62 miles / 104 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Canada. IATA airport code is BLF.

Virginia Highlands Airport (VJI)

Virginia Highlands Airport is located approximately 65.24 miles / 105 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Canada. IATA airport code is VJI.

Yeager Airport (CRW)

Yeager Airport is located approximately 65.87 miles / 106 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Canada. IATA airport code is CRW.

Beckley Airport (BKW)

Beckley Airport is located approximately 66.49 miles / 107 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Canada. IATA airport code is BKW.

Tri-Cities Regional (TRI)

Tri-Cities Regional is located approximately 77.67 miles / 125 kilometers South (S) of central Canada. IATA airport code is TRI.

Portsmouth Regional Airport (PMH)

Portsmouth Regional Airport is located approximately 89.48 miles / 144 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Canada. IATA airport code is PMH.

New River Valley Airport (PSK)

New River Valley Airport is located approximately 95.69 miles / 154 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Canada. IATA airport code is PSK.

Greenville Municipal Airport (GCY)

Greenville Municipal Airport is located approximately 101.28 miles / 163 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Canada. IATA airport code is GCY.

Corbin-London Airport (LOZ)

Corbin-London Airport is located approximately 103.15 miles / 166 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Canada. IATA airport code is LOZ.

Greenbrier Valley Airport (LWB)

Greenbrier Valley Airport is located approximately 106.25 miles / 171 kilometers East (E) of central Canada. IATA airport code is LWB.

Virginia Tech Airport (BCB)

Virginia Tech Airport is located approximately 108.74 miles / 175 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Canada. IATA airport code is BCB.

Greenbrier Airport (SSU)

Greenbrier Airport is located approximately 109.36 miles / 176 kilometers East (E) of central Canada. IATA airport code is SSU.

Moore-Murrell Airport (MOR)

Moore-Murrell Airport is located approximately 114.33 miles / 184 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Canada. IATA airport code is MOR.

Wilkes County Airport (IKB)

Wilkes County Airport is located approximately 116.82 miles / 188 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Canada. IATA airport code is IKB.