Closest Airport to Concordia, Airports Near Concordia, Argentina

The closest airport to Concordia is Salto Airport (STY). Distance from Salto Airport to Concordia is 3.77 miles / 6.06 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Concordia

  1. Salto Airport (6.06 Km)
  2. Concordia Airport (10.69 Km)
  3. Paysandu Airport (108.15 Km)
  4. Monte Caseros Airport (129.59 Km)
  5. Curuzu Cuatia Airport (180.26 Km)
  6. Artigas Airport (181.33 Km)
  7. Gualeguaychu Airport (188.54 Km)
  8. Ruben Berta Airport (202 Km)
  9. Tacuarembo Airport (202.1 Km)
  10. Paso de los Libres Airport (206.6 Km)
  11. Parana Airport (237.55 Km)
  12. Mercedes Airport (241.39 Km)
  13. Rivera Airport (246.14 Km)
  14. Durazno Airport (261.13 Km)
  15. Santa Fe Airport (267.15 Km)
  16. Federal Airport (268.58 Km)
  17. Goya Airport (279.12 Km)
  18. Itaqui Airport (284.7 Km)
  19. Reconquista Airport (290.33 Km)
  20. Dom Pedrito (306.52 Km)

List of Airports close to Concordia

Salto Airport (STY)

Salto Airport is located approximately 3.73 miles / 6 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Concordia. IATA airport code is STY.

Concordia Airport (COC)

Concordia Airport is located approximately 6.21 miles / 10 kilometers North (N) of central Concordia. IATA airport code is COC.

Paysandu Airport (PDU)

Paysandu Airport is located approximately 67.11 miles / 108 kilometers South (S) of central Concordia. IATA airport code is PDU.

Monte Caseros Airport (MCS)

Monte Caseros Airport is located approximately 80.16 miles / 129 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Concordia. IATA airport code is MCS.

Bella Union Airport (BUV)

Bella Union Airport is located approximately 91.34 miles / 147 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Concordia. IATA airport code is BUV.

Curuzu Cuatia Airport (UZU)

Curuzu Cuatia Airport is located approximately 111.85 miles / 180 kilometers North (N) of central Concordia. IATA airport code is UZU.

Artigas Airport (ATI)

Artigas Airport is located approximately 112.47 miles / 181 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Concordia. IATA airport code is ATI.

Gualeguaychu Airport (GHU)

Gualeguaychu Airport is located approximately 116.82 miles / 188 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Concordia. IATA airport code is GHU.

Fray Bentos Airport (FZB)

Fray Bentos Airport is located approximately 121.79 miles / 196 kilometers South (S) of central Concordia. IATA airport code is FZB.

Ruben Berta Airport (URG)

Ruben Berta Airport is located approximately 124.9 miles / 201 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Concordia. IATA airport code is URG.

Tacuarembo Airport (TAW)

Tacuarembo Airport is located approximately 125.52 miles / 202 kilometers East (E) of central Concordia. IATA airport code is TAW.

Paso de los Libres Airport (AOL)

Paso de los Libres Airport is located approximately 128 miles / 206 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Concordia. IATA airport code is AOL.

Parana Airport (PRA)

Parana Airport is located approximately 147.26 miles / 237 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Concordia. IATA airport code is PRA.

Mercedes Airport (MDX)

Mercedes Airport is located approximately 149.75 miles / 241 kilometers North (N) of central Concordia. IATA airport code is MDX.

Rivera Airport (RVY)

Rivera Airport is located approximately 152.86 miles / 246 kilometers East (E) of central Concordia. IATA airport code is RVY.

Durazno Airport (DZO)

Durazno Airport is located approximately 162.18 miles / 261 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Concordia. IATA airport code is DZO.

Santa Fe Airport (SFN)

Santa Fe Airport is located approximately 165.91 miles / 267 kilometers West (W) of central Concordia. IATA airport code is SFN.

Federal Airport (ALQ)

Federal Airport is located approximately 166.53 miles / 268 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Concordia. IATA airport code is ALQ.

Goya Airport (OYA)

Goya Airport is located approximately 173.36 miles / 279 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Concordia. IATA airport code is OYA.

Itaqui Airport (ITQ)

Itaqui Airport is located approximately 176.47 miles / 284 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Concordia. IATA airport code is ITQ.