Closest Airport to Changchun, Airports Near Changchun, China

The closest airport to Changchun is Changchun Airport (CGQ). Distance from Changchun Airport to Changchun is 21.84 miles / 35.15 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Changchun

  1. Changchun Airport (35.15 Km)
  2. Harbin Airport (213.77 Km)
  3. Shenyang Airport (284.96 Km)
  4. Samjiyon Airport (329.27 Km)
  5. Mudanjiang Airport (347.57 Km)
  6. Yanji Airport (349.49 Km)
  7. Dandong Airport (430.33 Km)
  8. Orang Airport (442.28 Km)
  9. Sondok Airport (486.57 Km)
  10. Jixi Xingkaihu Airport (493.03 Km)
  11. Sunan (511.53 Km)
  12. Lindu Airport (522.9 Km)
  13. Jiamusi Airport (524 Km)
  14. Vladivostok Airport (551.26 Km)
  15. Dalian Airport (624.87 Km)
  16. Seolak Airport (688.13 Km)
  17. A-306 (689.72 Km)
  18. Gimpo International Airport (706.82 Km)
  19. Incheon International Airport (712.22 Km)
  20. Seoul Ab Airport (724.33 Km)

List of Airports close to Changchun

Changchun Airport (CGQ)

Changchun Airport is located approximately 21.75 miles / 35 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Changchun. IATA airport code is CGQ.

Jilin Airport (JIL)

Jilin Airport is located approximately 54.68 miles / 88 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Changchun. IATA airport code is JIL.

Tonghua Liuhe Airport (TNH)

Tonghua Liuhe Airport is located approximately 109.36 miles / 176 kilometers South (S) of central Changchun. IATA airport code is TNH.

Harbin Airport (HRB)

Harbin Airport is located approximately 132.35 miles / 213 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Changchun. IATA airport code is HRB.

Tongliao Airport (TGO)

Tongliao Airport is located approximately 156.59 miles / 252 kilometers West (W) of central Changchun. IATA airport code is TGO.

Changbaishan Airport (NBS)

Changbaishan Airport is located approximately 166.53 miles / 268 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Changchun. IATA airport code is NBS.

Shenyang Airport (SHE)

Shenyang Airport is located approximately 176.47 miles / 284 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Changchun. IATA airport code is SHE.

Daqing (DQA)

Daqing is located approximately 202.57 miles / 326 kilometers North (N) of central Changchun. IATA airport code is DQA.

Samjiyon Airport (YJS)

Samjiyon Airport is located approximately 204.43 miles / 329 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Changchun. IATA airport code is YJS.

Mudanjiang Airport (MDG)

Mudanjiang Airport is located approximately 215.62 miles / 347 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Changchun. IATA airport code is MDG.

Yanji Airport (YNJ)

Yanji Airport is located approximately 216.86 miles / 349 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Changchun. IATA airport code is YNJ.

Anshan Airport (AOG)

Anshan Airport is located approximately 225.56 miles / 363 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Changchun. IATA airport code is AOG.

Ulanhot Airport (HLH)

Ulanhot Airport is located approximately 230.53 miles / 371 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Changchun. IATA airport code is HLH.

Qiqihar Airport (NDG)

Qiqihar Airport is located approximately 245.44 miles / 395 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Changchun. IATA airport code is NDG.

Dandong Airport (DDG)

Dandong Airport is located approximately 267.19 miles / 430 kilometers South (S) of central Changchun. IATA airport code is DDG.

Yilan Airport (YLN)

Yilan Airport is located approximately 269.05 miles / 433 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Changchun. IATA airport code is YLN.

Orang Airport (RGO)

Orang Airport is located approximately 274.65 miles / 442 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Changchun. IATA airport code is RGO.

Liaoning Province Airport (JNZ)

Liaoning Province Airport is located approximately 286.45 miles / 461 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Changchun. IATA airport code is JNZ.

Sui Fen He Airport (FUD)

Sui Fen He Airport is located approximately 290.18 miles / 467 kilometers East (E) of central Changchun. IATA airport code is FUD.

Chaoyang Airport (CHG)

Chaoyang Airport is located approximately 293.91 miles / 473 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Changchun. IATA airport code is CHG.