Closest Airport to Chernihiv, Airports Near Chernihiv, Ukraine

The closest airport to Chernihiv is Gomel Airport (GME). Distance from Gomel Airport to Chernihiv is 72.02 miles / 115.91 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Chernihiv

  1. Gomel Airport (115.91 Km)
  2. Gostomel Airport (125.62 Km)
  3. Kiev-Borispol Airport (131.18 Km)
  4. Kiev-Zhulhany Airport (135.37 Km)
  5. Cherkassy Airport (236.9 Km)
  6. Briansk Airport (273.55 Km)
  7. Poltava Airport (307.01 Km)
  8. Vinnica Airport (314.47 Km)
  9. Minsk National Airport (344.2 Km)
  10. Kursk Airport (346.66 Km)
  11. Minsk International 1 Airport (364.77 Km)
  12. Rovno Airport (373.12 Km)
  13. Belgorod Airport (382.26 Km)
  14. Kharkov Airport (393.06 Km)
  15. Krivoy Rog Airport (408.14 Km)
  16. Vitebsk Airport (408.24 Km)
  17. Dnepropetrovsk Airport (443.06 Km)
  18. Nikolaev Airport (495.85 Km)
  19. Zaporozhye Airport (496.77 Km)
  20. Brest Airport (512.49 Km)

List of Airports close to Chernihiv

Chernigov Airport (CEJ)

Chernigov Airport is located approximately 8.7 miles / 14 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Chernihiv. IATA airport code is CEJ.

Gomel Airport (GME)

Gomel Airport is located approximately 71.46 miles / 115 kilometers North (N) of central Chernihiv. IATA airport code is GME.

Gostomel Airport (GML)

Gostomel Airport is located approximately 77.67 miles / 125 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Chernihiv. IATA airport code is GML.

Kiev-Borispol Airport (KBP)

Kiev-Borispol Airport is located approximately 81.4 miles / 131 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Chernihiv. IATA airport code is KBP.

Kiev-Zhulhany Airport (IEV)

Kiev-Zhulhany Airport is located approximately 83.89 miles / 135 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Chernihiv. IATA airport code is IEV.

Zhitomir Airport (ZTR)

Zhitomir Airport is located approximately 139.81 miles / 225 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Chernihiv. IATA airport code is ZTR.

Mirgorod Airport (MXR)

Mirgorod Airport is located approximately 146.02 miles / 235 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Chernihiv. IATA airport code is MXR.

Cherkassy Airport (CKC)

Cherkassy Airport is located approximately 146.64 miles / 236 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Chernihiv. IATA airport code is CKC.

Sumy Airport (UMY)

Sumy Airport is located approximately 156.59 miles / 252 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Chernihiv. IATA airport code is UMY.

Briansk Airport (BZK)

Briansk Airport is located approximately 169.63 miles / 273 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Chernihiv. IATA airport code is BZK.

Mogilev Airport (MVQ)

Mogilev Airport is located approximately 176.47 miles / 284 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Chernihiv. IATA airport code is MVQ.

Kremenchug Airport (KHU)

Kremenchug Airport is located approximately 189.52 miles / 305 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Chernihiv. IATA airport code is KHU.

Poltava Airport (PLV)

Poltava Airport is located approximately 190.76 miles / 307 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Chernihiv. IATA airport code is PLV.

Vinnica Airport (VIN)

Vinnica Airport is located approximately 195.11 miles / 314 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Chernihiv. IATA airport code is VIN.

Kirovograd Airport (KGO)

Kirovograd Airport is located approximately 208.78 miles / 336 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Chernihiv. IATA airport code is KGO.

Minsk National Airport (MSQ)

Minsk National Airport is located approximately 213.75 miles / 344 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Chernihiv. IATA airport code is MSQ.

Kursk Airport (URS)

Kursk Airport is located approximately 214.99 miles / 346 kilometers East (E) of central Chernihiv. IATA airport code is URS.

Orel Airport (OEL)

Orel Airport is located approximately 222.45 miles / 358 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Chernihiv. IATA airport code is OEL.

Smolensk Airport (LNX)

Smolensk Airport is located approximately 226.18 miles / 364 kilometers North (N) of central Chernihiv. IATA airport code is LNX.

Minsk International 1 Airport (MHP)

Minsk International 1 Airport is located approximately 226.18 miles / 364 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Chernihiv. IATA airport code is MHP.