Closest Airport to Chicago Park, Airports Near Chicago Park, United States

The closest airport to Chicago Park is Auburn Airport (AUN). Distance from Auburn Airport to Chicago Park is 14.52 miles / 23.37 kilometers.


List of Airports close to Chicago Park

Auburn Airport (AUN)

Auburn Airport is located approximately 14.29 miles / 23 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Chicago Park. IATA airport code is AUN.

Blue Canyon Airport (BLU)

Blue Canyon Airport is located approximately 16.16 miles / 26 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Chicago Park. IATA airport code is BLU.

Beale Air Force Base (BAB)

Beale Air Force Base is located approximately 24.85 miles / 40 kilometers West (W) of central Chicago Park. IATA airport code is BAB.

Placerville Airport (PVF)

Placerville Airport is located approximately 31.07 miles / 50 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Chicago Park. IATA airport code is PVF.

Yuba County Airport (MYV)

Yuba County Airport is located approximately 32.31 miles / 52 kilometers West (W) of central Chicago Park. IATA airport code is MYV.

McClellan Air Force Base (MCC)

McClellan Air Force Base is located approximately 40.39 miles / 65 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Chicago Park. IATA airport code is MCC.

Oroville Airport (OVE)

Oroville Airport is located approximately 42.25 miles / 68 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Chicago Park. IATA airport code is OVE.

Mather Air Force Base (MHR)

Mather Air Force Base is located approximately 44.12 miles / 71 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Chicago Park. IATA airport code is MHR.

Sacramento International Airport (SMF)

Sacramento International Airport is located approximately 45.36 miles / 73 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Chicago Park. IATA airport code is SMF.

Truckee Airport (TKF)

Truckee Airport is located approximately 45.36 miles / 73 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Chicago Park. IATA airport code is TKF.

Executive Airport (SAC)

Executive Airport is located approximately 51.57 miles / 83 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Chicago Park. IATA airport code is SAC.

South Lake Tahoe Airport (TVL)

South Lake Tahoe Airport is located approximately 54.68 miles / 88 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Chicago Park. IATA airport code is TVL.

Gansner Field (GNF)

Gansner Field is located approximately 54.68 miles / 88 kilometers North (N) of central Chicago Park. IATA airport code is GNF.

Nervino Airport (NVN)

Nervino Airport is located approximately 56.54 miles / 91 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Chicago Park. IATA airport code is NVN.

Chico Airport (CIC)

Chico Airport is located approximately 65.24 miles / 105 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Chicago Park. IATA airport code is CIC.

Douglas County Airport (MEV)

Douglas County Airport is located approximately 65.87 miles / 106 kilometers East (E) of central Chicago Park. IATA airport code is MEV.

Carson City Airport (CSN)

Carson City Airport is located approximately 65.87 miles / 106 kilometers East (E) of central Chicago Park. IATA airport code is CSN.

Reno/Tahoe International Airport (RNO)

Reno/Tahoe International Airport is located approximately 68.35 miles / 110 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Chicago Park. IATA airport code is RNO.

Glenn County Airport (WLW)

Glenn County Airport is located approximately 71.46 miles / 115 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Chicago Park. IATA airport code is WLW.

Travis Air Force Base (SUU)

Travis Air Force Base is located approximately 79.54 miles / 128 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Chicago Park. IATA airport code is SUU.