Closest Airport to Cotonou, Airports Near Cotonou, Benin

The closest airport to Cotonou is Cotonou Airport (COO). Distance from Cotonou Airport to Cotonou is 1.02 miles / 1.64 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Cotonou

  1. Cotonou Airport (1.64 Km)
  2. Murtala Muhammed Airport (105.29 Km)
  3. Lome Airport (127.69 Km)
  4. Ibadan Airport (207.05 Km)
  5. Kotoka International Airport (295.4 Km)
  6. Ilorin Airport (326.69 Km)
  7. Parakou Airport (333.05 Km)
  8. Akure Airport (335.72 Km)
  9. Benin City Airport (354.61 Km)
  10. Niamtougou Airport (403.93 Km)
  11. Kumasi Airport (441.56 Km)
  12. Natitingou Airport (452.65 Km)
  13. Takoradi Airport (489.27 Km)
  14. Tamale Airport (503.97 Km)
  15. Port Harcourt Airport (526.37 Km)
  16. Sunyani Airport (532.6 Km)
  17. Kandi Airport (532.92 Km)
  18. Sam Mbakwe International Airport (542.77 Km)
  19. Enugu Airport (571.46 Km)
  20. Pama Airport (573.52 Km)

List of Airports close to Cotonou

Cotonou Airport (COO)

Cotonou Airport is located approximately 0.62 miles / 1 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Cotonou. IATA airport code is COO.

Murtala Muhammed Airport (LOS)

Murtala Muhammed Airport is located approximately 65.24 miles / 105 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Cotonou. IATA airport code is LOS.

Lome Airport (LFW)

Lome Airport is located approximately 78.91 miles / 127 kilometers West (W) of central Cotonou. IATA airport code is LFW.

Save Airport (SVF)

Save Airport is located approximately 113.71 miles / 183 kilometers North (N) of central Cotonou. IATA airport code is SVF.

Ibadan Airport (IBA)

Ibadan Airport is located approximately 128.62 miles / 207 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Cotonou. IATA airport code is IBA.

Kotoka International Airport (ACC)

Kotoka International Airport is located approximately 183.3 miles / 295 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Cotonou. IATA airport code is ACC.

Ilorin Airport (ILR)

Ilorin Airport is located approximately 202.57 miles / 326 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Cotonou. IATA airport code is ILR.

Parakou Airport (PKO)

Parakou Airport is located approximately 206.92 miles / 333 kilometers North (N) of central Cotonou. IATA airport code is PKO.

Akure Airport (AKR)

Akure Airport is located approximately 208.16 miles / 335 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Cotonou. IATA airport code is AKR.

Benin City Airport (BNI)

Benin City Airport is located approximately 219.97 miles / 354 kilometers East (E) of central Cotonou. IATA airport code is BNI.

Djougou Airport (DJA)

Djougou Airport is located approximately 234.88 miles / 378 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Cotonou. IATA airport code is DJA.

Warri Airport (QRW)

Warri Airport is located approximately 241.09 miles / 388 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Cotonou. IATA airport code is QRW.

Niamtougou Airport (LRL)

Niamtougou Airport is located approximately 250.41 miles / 403 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Cotonou. IATA airport code is LRL.

Kumasi Airport (KMS)

Kumasi Airport is located approximately 274.02 miles / 441 kilometers West (W) of central Cotonou. IATA airport code is KMS.

Natitingou Airport (NAE)

Natitingou Airport is located approximately 280.86 miles / 452 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Cotonou. IATA airport code is NAE.

Washington Island Airport (TNQ)

Washington Island Airport is located approximately 284.59 miles / 458 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Cotonou. IATA airport code is TNQ.

Royal Air Force Station (ABB)

Royal Air Force Station is located approximately 293.29 miles / 472 kilometers East (E) of central Cotonou. IATA airport code is ABB.

Takoradi Airport (TKD)

Takoradi Airport is located approximately 303.85 miles / 489 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Cotonou. IATA airport code is TKD.

Tamale Airport (TML)

Tamale Airport is located approximately 312.55 miles / 503 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Cotonou. IATA airport code is TML.

Port Harcourt Airport (PHC)

Port Harcourt Airport is located approximately 326.84 miles / 526 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Cotonou. IATA airport code is PHC.