Closest Airport to Clitheroe, Airports Near Clitheroe, United Kingdom

The closest airport to Clitheroe is Blackpool Airport (BLK). Distance from Blackpool Airport to Clitheroe is 26.81 miles / 43.15 kilometers.


List of Airports close to Clitheroe

Blackpool Airport (BLK)

Blackpool Airport is located approximately 26.72 miles / 43 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Clitheroe. IATA airport code is BLK.

Bradford Airport (BRF)

Bradford Airport is located approximately 26.72 miles / 43 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Clitheroe. IATA airport code is BRF.

Leeds/Bradford Airport (LBA)

Leeds/Bradford Airport is located approximately 29.83 miles / 48 kilometers East (E) of central Clitheroe. IATA airport code is LBA.

Burtonwood Airport (BUT)

Burtonwood Airport is located approximately 32.31 miles / 52 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Clitheroe. IATA airport code is BUT.

Manchester International Airport (MAN)

Manchester International Airport is located approximately 36.04 miles / 58 kilometers South (S) of central Clitheroe. IATA airport code is MAN.

Woodford Airport (WFD)

Woodford Airport is located approximately 37.9 miles / 61 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Clitheroe. IATA airport code is WFD.

Walney Island Airport (BWF)

Walney Island Airport is located approximately 39.15 miles / 63 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Clitheroe. IATA airport code is BWF.

Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LPL)

Liverpool John Lennon Airport is located approximately 41.01 miles / 66 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Clitheroe. IATA airport code is LPL.

Linton-On-Ouse Airport (HRT)

Linton-On-Ouse Airport is located approximately 47.85 miles / 77 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Clitheroe. IATA airport code is HRT.

Sheffield City Airport (SZD)

Sheffield City Airport is located approximately 52.2 miles / 84 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Clitheroe. IATA airport code is SZD.

Chester Airport (CEG)

Chester Airport is located approximately 53.44 miles / 86 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Clitheroe. IATA airport code is CEG.

Durham Tees Valley Airport (MME)

Durham Tees Valley Airport is located approximately 58.41 miles / 94 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Clitheroe. IATA airport code is MME.

Doncaster Sheffield Airport (DSA)

Doncaster Sheffield Airport is located approximately 62.14 miles / 100 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Clitheroe. IATA airport code is DSA.

Carlisle Airport (CAX)

Carlisle Airport is located approximately 75.19 miles / 121 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Clitheroe. IATA airport code is CAX.

East Midlands Airport (EMA)

East Midlands Airport is located approximately 83.89 miles / 135 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Clitheroe. IATA airport code is EMA.

Royal Air Force Station (SQZ)

Royal Air Force Station is located approximately 84.51 miles / 136 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Clitheroe. IATA airport code is SQZ.

Nottingham Airport (NQT)

Nottingham Airport is located approximately 85.13 miles / 137 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Clitheroe. IATA airport code is NQT.

Newcastle Airport (NCL)

Newcastle Airport is located approximately 85.13 miles / 137 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Clitheroe. IATA airport code is NCL.

Humberside Airport (HUY)

Humberside Airport is located approximately 85.75 miles / 138 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Clitheroe. IATA airport code is HUY.

Royal Air Force Station (WTN)

Royal Air Force Station is located approximately 90.72 miles / 146 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Clitheroe. IATA airport code is WTN.