Closest Airport to Dalian, Airports Near Dalian, China

The closest airport to Dalian is Dalian Airport (DLC). Distance from Dalian Airport to Dalian is 5.41 miles / 8.71 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Dalian

  1. Dalian Airport (8.71 Km)
  2. Laishan Airport (169.49 Km)
  3. Dandong Airport (260.43 Km)
  4. Qingdao Airport (314.06 Km)
  5. Tangshan Sann?he Airport (323.31 Km)
  6. Shenyang Airport (342.01 Km)
  7. Sunan (351.76 Km)
  8. Tianjin Airport (369.48 Km)
  9. Jinan Airport (448.61 Km)
  10. Capital Airport (450.16 Km)
  11. Incheon International Airport (452.09 Km)
  12. Gimpo International Airport (476.48 Km)
  13. Suwon Airport (507.29 Km)
  14. Seoul Ab Airport (507.55 Km)
  15. Sondok Airport (512.27 Km)
  16. Ab Airport (515.88 Km)
  17. Lianyungang Airport (541.03 Km)
  18. A-306 (543.95 Km)
  19. Gunsan Airport (554.08 Km)
  20. Cheongju Airport (571.58 Km)

List of Airports close to Dalian

Dalian Airport (DLC)

Dalian Airport is located approximately 4.97 miles / 8 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Dalian. IATA airport code is DLC.

Changhai Airport (CNI)

Changhai Airport is located approximately 60.89 miles / 98 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Dalian. IATA airport code is CNI.

Laishan Airport (YNT)

Laishan Airport is located approximately 105.01 miles / 169 kilometers South (S) of central Dalian. IATA airport code is YNT.

Weihai Airport (WEH)

Weihai Airport is located approximately 123.65 miles / 199 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Dalian. IATA airport code is WEH.

Shanhaiguan Airport (SHF)

Shanhaiguan Airport is located approximately 123.65 miles / 199 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Dalian. IATA airport code is SHF.

Qinhuangdao Airport (SHP)

Qinhuangdao Airport is located approximately 123.65 miles / 199 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Dalian. IATA airport code is SHP.

Xingcheng Airport (XEN)

Xingcheng Airport is located approximately 124.9 miles / 201 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Dalian. IATA airport code is XEN.

Liaoning Province Airport (JNZ)

Liaoning Province Airport is located approximately 153.48 miles / 247 kilometers North (N) of central Dalian. IATA airport code is JNZ.

Dandong Airport (DDG)

Dandong Airport is located approximately 161.56 miles / 260 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Dalian. IATA airport code is DDG.

Anshan Airport (AOG)

Anshan Airport is located approximately 164.66 miles / 265 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Dalian. IATA airport code is AOG.

Dongying Airport (DOY)

Dongying Airport is located approximately 181.44 miles / 292 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Dalian. IATA airport code is DOY.

Chaoyang Airport (CHG)

Chaoyang Airport is located approximately 191.38 miles / 308 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Dalian. IATA airport code is CHG.

Qingdao Airport (TAO)

Qingdao Airport is located approximately 195.11 miles / 314 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Dalian. IATA airport code is TAO.

Tangshan Sann?he Airport (TVS)

Tangshan Sann?he Airport is located approximately 200.7 miles / 323 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Dalian. IATA airport code is TVS.

Weifang Airport (WEF)

Weifang Airport is located approximately 207.54 miles / 334 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Dalian. IATA airport code is WEF.

Shenyang Airport (SHE)

Shenyang Airport is located approximately 212.51 miles / 342 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Dalian. IATA airport code is SHE.

Sunan (FNJ)

Sunan is located approximately 218.1 miles / 351 kilometers East (E) of central Dalian. IATA airport code is FNJ.

Tianjin Airport (TSN)

Tianjin Airport is located approximately 229.29 miles / 369 kilometers West (W) of central Dalian. IATA airport code is TSN.

Sha He Kou Airport (PNJ)

Sha He Kou Airport is located approximately 265.95 miles / 428 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Dalian. IATA airport code is PNJ.

Chifeng Airport (CIF)

Chifeng Airport is located approximately 269.68 miles / 434 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Dalian. IATA airport code is CIF.