Closest Airport to Curitiba, Airports Near Curitiba, Brazil

The closest airport to Curitiba is Afonso Pena Airport (CWB). Distance from Afonso Pena Airport to Curitiba is 8.93 miles / 14.37 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Curitiba

  1. Afonso Pena Airport (14.37 Km)
  2. Paranagua Municipal Airport (74.9 Km)
  3. Sant'Ana Airport (92.24 Km)
  4. Castro (98.21 Km)
  5. Mafra (98.94 Km)
  6. Cubatao Airport (100.18 Km)
  7. Blumenau Airport (156.86 Km)
  8. Navegantes Airport (172.66 Km)
  9. Telemaco Borba Airport (186.47 Km)
  10. Uniao Da Vitoria (201.19 Km)
  11. Tancredo Thomaz Faria Airport (226.34 Km)
  12. Curitibanos (245.8 Km)
  13. Videira Airport (255.89 Km)
  14. Vinh City Airport (255.89 Km)
  15. Hercilio Luz Airport (259.16 Km)
  16. Avare-Arandu (261.34 Km)
  17. Lages Airport (280.42 Km)
  18. Ourinhos Airport (281.54 Km)
  19. Sorocaba Airport (281.8 Km)
  20. Cornelio Procopio Airport (287.04 Km)

List of Airports close to Curitiba

Bacacheri Airport (BFH)

Bacacheri Airport is located approximately 2.49 miles / 4 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Curitiba. IATA airport code is BFH.

Afonso Pena Airport (CWB)

Afonso Pena Airport is located approximately 8.7 miles / 14 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Curitiba. IATA airport code is CWB.

Paranagua Municipal Airport (PNG)

Paranagua Municipal Airport is located approximately 45.98 miles / 74 kilometers East (E) of central Curitiba. IATA airport code is PNG.

Sant'Ana Airport (PGZ)

Sant'Ana Airport is located approximately 57.17 miles / 92 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Curitiba. IATA airport code is PGZ.

Castro (QAC)

Castro is located approximately 60.89 miles / 98 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Curitiba. IATA airport code is QAC.

Mafra (QMF)

Mafra is located approximately 60.89 miles / 98 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Curitiba. IATA airport code is QMF.

Cubatao Airport (JOI)

Cubatao Airport is located approximately 62.14 miles / 100 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Curitiba. IATA airport code is JOI.

Arapoti Airport (AAG)

Arapoti Airport is located approximately 96.93 miles / 156 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Curitiba. IATA airport code is AAG.

Blumenau Airport (BNU)

Blumenau Airport is located approximately 96.93 miles / 156 kilometers South (S) of central Curitiba. IATA airport code is BNU.

Navegantes Airport (NVT)

Navegantes Airport is located approximately 106.88 miles / 172 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Curitiba. IATA airport code is NVT.

Telemaco Borba Airport (TEC)

Telemaco Borba Airport is located approximately 115.58 miles / 186 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Curitiba. IATA airport code is TEC.

Helmuth Baungartem Airport (LOI)

Helmuth Baungartem Airport is located approximately 120.55 miles / 194 kilometers South (S) of central Curitiba. IATA airport code is LOI.

Uniao Da Vitoria (QVB)

Uniao Da Vitoria is located approximately 124.9 miles / 201 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Curitiba. IATA airport code is QVB.

Cacador Airport (CFC)

Cacador Airport is located approximately 139.81 miles / 225 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Curitiba. IATA airport code is CFC.

Tancredo Thomaz Faria Airport (GPB)

Tancredo Thomaz Faria Airport is located approximately 140.43 miles / 226 kilometers West (W) of central Curitiba. IATA airport code is GPB.

Curitibanos (QCR)

Curitibanos is located approximately 152.24 miles / 245 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Curitiba. IATA airport code is QCR.

Videira Airport (VIA)

Videira Airport is located approximately 158.45 miles / 255 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Curitiba. IATA airport code is VIA.

Vinh City Airport (VII)

Vinh City Airport is located approximately 158.45 miles / 255 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Curitiba. IATA airport code is VII.

Hercilio Luz Airport (FLN)

Hercilio Luz Airport is located approximately 160.94 miles / 259 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Curitiba. IATA airport code is FLN.

Avare-Arandu (QVP)

Avare-Arandu is located approximately 162.18 miles / 261 kilometers North (N) of central Curitiba. IATA airport code is QVP.