Closest Airport to Costa Rica, Airports Near Costa Rica, Brazil

The closest airport to Costa Rica is Rio Verde Airport (RVD). Distance from Rio Verde Airport to Costa Rica is 150.82 miles / 242.72 kilometers.


List of Airports close to Costa Rica

Jatai Airport (JTI)

Jatai Airport is located approximately 101.28 miles / 163 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Costa Rica. IATA airport code is JTI.

Cassilandia Airport (CSS)

Cassilandia Airport is located approximately 103.15 miles / 166 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Costa Rica. IATA airport code is CSS.

Rio Verde Airport (RVD)

Rio Verde Airport is located approximately 150.37 miles / 242 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Costa Rica. IATA airport code is RVD.

Campo Grande Internacional Airport (CGR)

Campo Grande Internacional Airport is located approximately 166.53 miles / 268 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Costa Rica. IATA airport code is CGR.

Rondonopolis Airport (ROO)

Rondonopolis Airport is located approximately 170.88 miles / 275 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Costa Rica. IATA airport code is ROO.

Ilha Solteira Airport (ILB)

Ilha Solteira Airport is located approximately 174.61 miles / 281 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Costa Rica. IATA airport code is ILB.

Santa Fe Do Sul Airport (SFV)

Santa Fe Do Sul Airport is located approximately 183.93 miles / 296 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Costa Rica. IATA airport code is SFV.

Ernesto Pochler Airport (URB)

Ernesto Pochler Airport is located approximately 185.79 miles / 299 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Costa Rica. IATA airport code is URB.

Barra Do Garcas Airport (BPG)

Barra Do Garcas Airport is located approximately 191.38 miles / 308 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Costa Rica. IATA airport code is BPG.

Jales Airport (JLS)

Jales Airport is located approximately 206.92 miles / 333 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Costa Rica. IATA airport code is JLS.

Dracena (QDC)

Dracena is located approximately 224.31 miles / 361 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Costa Rica. IATA airport code is QDC.

Votuporanga Airport (VOT)

Votuporanga Airport is located approximately 242.33 miles / 390 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Costa Rica. IATA airport code is VOT.

Aracatuba Airport (ARU)

Aracatuba Airport is located approximately 251.03 miles / 404 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Costa Rica. IATA airport code is ARU.

Nova Xavantina Airport (NOK)

Nova Xavantina Airport is located approximately 270.3 miles / 435 kilometers North (N) of central Costa Rica. IATA airport code is NOK.

A. De Barros Airport (PPB)

A. De Barros Airport is located approximately 274.02 miles / 441 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Costa Rica. IATA airport code is PPB.

Dourados Airport (DOU)

Dourados Airport is located approximately 277.75 miles / 447 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Costa Rica. IATA airport code is DOU.

M. Rondon Airport (CGB)

M. Rondon Airport is located approximately 280.24 miles / 451 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Costa Rica. IATA airport code is CGB.

Bonito Airport (BYO)

Bonito Airport is located approximately 285.21 miles / 459 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Costa Rica. IATA airport code is BYO.

Sao Jose Do Rio Preto Airport (SJP)

Sao Jose Do Rio Preto Airport is located approximately 288.32 miles / 464 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Costa Rica. IATA airport code is SJP.

Santa Genoveva Airport (GYN)

Santa Genoveva Airport is located approximately 288.94 miles / 465 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Costa Rica. IATA airport code is GYN.