Closest Airport to Concord, Airports Near Concord, United States

The closest airport to Concord is Rowan County Airport (SRW). Distance from Rowan County Airport to Concord is 15.91 miles / 25.61 kilometers.


List of Airports close to Concord

Wilgrove Air Park (QWG)

Wilgrove Air Park is located approximately 14.29 miles / 23 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Concord. IATA airport code is QWG.

Rowan County Airport (SRW)

Rowan County Airport is located approximately 15.53 miles / 25 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Concord. IATA airport code is SRW.

Douglas Airport (CLT)

Douglas Airport is located approximately 24.23 miles / 39 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Concord. IATA airport code is CLT.

Statesville Municipal Airport (SVH)

Statesville Municipal Airport is located approximately 32.31 miles / 52 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Concord. IATA airport code is SVH.

Rock Hill Airport (RKH)

Rock Hill Airport is located approximately 41.01 miles / 66 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Concord. IATA airport code is RKH.

Las Khoreh Airport (LKR)

Las Khoreh Airport is located approximately 49.71 miles / 80 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Concord. IATA airport code is LKR.

Hickory Airport (HKY)

Hickory Airport is located approximately 50.95 miles / 82 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Concord. IATA airport code is HKY.

Smith-Reynolds Airport (INT)

Smith-Reynolds Airport is located approximately 53.44 miles / 86 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Concord. IATA airport code is INT.

Cheraw Airport (HCW)

Cheraw Airport is located approximately 59.03 miles / 95 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Concord. IATA airport code is HCW.

Piedmont Triad International Airport (GSO)

Piedmont Triad International Airport is located approximately 59.65 miles / 96 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Concord. IATA airport code is GSO.

Wilkes County Airport (IKB)

Wilkes County Airport is located approximately 62.76 miles / 101 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Concord. IATA airport code is IKB.

Lenoir Airport (MRN)

Lenoir Airport is located approximately 64 miles / 103 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Concord. IATA airport code is MRN.

Mackall Army Air Field (HFF)

Mackall Army Air Field is located approximately 65.87 miles / 106 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Concord. IATA airport code is HFF.

Pinehurst-S. Pines Airport (SOP)

Pinehurst-S. Pines Airport is located approximately 67.73 miles / 109 kilometers East (E) of central Concord. IATA airport code is SOP.

Hartsville Municipal Airport (HVS)

Hartsville Municipal Airport is located approximately 73.94 miles / 119 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Concord. IATA airport code is HVS.

Woodward Field (CDN)

Woodward Field is located approximately 77.67 miles / 125 kilometers South (S) of central Concord. IATA airport code is CDN.

Maxton Airport (MXE)

Maxton Airport is located approximately 83.26 miles / 134 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Concord. IATA airport code is MXE.

Spartanburg Downtown Memorial Airport (SPA)

Spartanburg Downtown Memorial Airport is located approximately 84.51 miles / 136 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Concord. IATA airport code is SPA.

Pope Air Force Base (POB)

Pope Air Force Base is located approximately 89.48 miles / 144 kilometers East (E) of central Concord. IATA airport code is POB.

Mota Lava Airport (MTV)

Mota Lava Airport is located approximately 89.48 miles / 144 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Concord. IATA airport code is MTV.