Closest Airport to Chile Chico, Airports Near Chile Chico, Chile

The closest airport to Chile Chico is Chile Chico Airport (CCH). Distance from Chile Chico Airport to Chile Chico is 3.37 miles / 5.42 kilometers.


List of Airports close to Chile Chico

Chile Chico Airport (CCH)

Chile Chico Airport is located approximately 3.11 miles / 5 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Chile Chico. IATA airport code is CCH.

Perito Moreno Airport (PMQ)

Perito Moreno Airport is located approximately 34.8 miles / 56 kilometers East (E) of central Chile Chico. IATA airport code is PMQ.

Teniente Vidal Airport (BBA)

Teniente Vidal Airport is located approximately 42.87 miles / 69 kilometers North (N) of central Chile Chico. IATA airport code is BBA.

Cochrane Airport (LGR)

Cochrane Airport is located approximately 63.38 miles / 102 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Chile Chico. IATA airport code is LGR.

Ten. Vidal Airport (GXQ)

Ten. Vidal Airport is located approximately 67.73 miles / 109 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Chile Chico. IATA airport code is GXQ.

Puerto Aisen Airport (WPA)

Puerto Aisen Airport is located approximately 90.72 miles / 146 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Chile Chico. IATA airport code is WPA.

Rio Mayo Airport (ROY)

Rio Mayo Airport is located approximately 91.34 miles / 147 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Chile Chico. IATA airport code is ROY.

Alto Rio Senguerr Airport (ARR)

Alto Rio Senguerr Airport is located approximately 113.71 miles / 183 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Chile Chico. IATA airport code is ARR.

Las Heras Airport (LHS)

Las Heras Airport is located approximately 130.49 miles / 210 kilometers East (E) of central Chile Chico. IATA airport code is LHS.

Laiagam Airport (LGM)

Laiagam Airport is located approximately 146.02 miles / 235 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Chile Chico. IATA airport code is LGM.

Gobernador Gregores Airport (GGS)

Gobernador Gregores Airport is located approximately 170.88 miles / 275 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Chile Chico. IATA airport code is GGS.

Jose San de Martin Airport (JSM)

Jose San de Martin Airport is located approximately 182.68 miles / 294 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Chile Chico. IATA airport code is JSM.

Caleta Olivia Airport (CVI)

Caleta Olivia Airport is located approximately 200.08 miles / 322 kilometers East (E) of central Chile Chico. IATA airport code is CVI.

Alto Palena Airport (WAP)

Alto Palena Airport is located approximately 201.95 miles / 325 kilometers North (N) of central Chile Chico. IATA airport code is WAP.

Comodoro Rivadavia Airport (CRD)

Comodoro Rivadavia Airport is located approximately 210.02 miles / 338 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Chile Chico. IATA airport code is CRD.

Futaleufu Airport (FFU)

Futaleufu Airport is located approximately 231.15 miles / 372 kilometers North (N) of central Chile Chico. IATA airport code is FFU.

Esquel Airport (EQS)

Esquel Airport is located approximately 252.28 miles / 406 kilometers North (N) of central Chile Chico. IATA airport code is EQS.

Chaiten Airport (WCH)

Chaiten Airport is located approximately 253.52 miles / 408 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Chile Chico. IATA airport code is WCH.

El Calafate (FTE)

El Calafate is located approximately 258.49 miles / 416 kilometers South (S) of central Chile Chico. IATA airport code is FTE.

Lago Argentino Airport (ING)

Lago Argentino Airport is located approximately 262.84 miles / 423 kilometers South (S) of central Chile Chico. IATA airport code is ING.