Closest Airport to Dehradun, Airports Near Dehradun, India

The closest airport to Dehradun is Dehra Dun Airport (DED). Distance from Dehra Dun Airport to Dehradun is 12.45 miles / 20.03 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Dehradun

  1. Dehra Dun Airport (20.03 Km)
  2. Simla Airport (125.46 Km)
  3. Chandigarh Airport (125.6 Km)
  4. Bhuntar Airport (192.57 Km)
  5. Pantnagar Airport (199.37 Km)
  6. Ludhiana Airport (207.86 Km)
  7. Indira Gandhi International Airport (214.38 Km)
  8. Darchula Airport (252.78 Km)
  9. Mahendranagar Airport (253.87 Km)
  10. Baitadi Airport (260.45 Km)
  11. Ngari Gunsa Airport (276.15 Km)
  12. Dhangarhi Airport (301.75 Km)
  13. Pathankot Airport (312.02 Km)
  14. Bajhang Airport (315.91 Km)
  15. Sanfebagar Airport (330.13 Km)
  16. Raja Sansi Airport (344.99 Km)
  17. Kheria Airport (351.52 Km)
  18. Bajura Airport (362.03 Km)
  19. Simikot Airport (366.12 Km)
  20. Lahore Airport (371.15 Km)

List of Airports close to Dehradun

Dehra Dun Airport (DED)

Dehra Dun Airport is located approximately 12.43 miles / 20 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Dehradun. IATA airport code is DED.

Muzaffarnagar Airport (MZA)

Muzaffarnagar Airport is located approximately 60.89 miles / 98 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Dehradun. IATA airport code is MZA.

Simla Airport (SLV)

Simla Airport is located approximately 77.67 miles / 125 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Dehradun. IATA airport code is SLV.

Chandigarh Airport (IXC)

Chandigarh Airport is located approximately 77.67 miles / 125 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Dehradun. IATA airport code is IXC.

Bhuntar Airport (KUU)

Bhuntar Airport is located approximately 119.3 miles / 192 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Dehradun. IATA airport code is KUU.

Pantnagar Airport (PGH)

Pantnagar Airport is located approximately 123.65 miles / 199 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Dehradun. IATA airport code is PGH.

Ludhiana Airport (LUH)

Ludhiana Airport is located approximately 128.62 miles / 207 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Dehradun. IATA airport code is LUH.

Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL)

Indira Gandhi International Airport is located approximately 132.97 miles / 214 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Dehradun. IATA airport code is DEL.

Bareli Airport (BEK)

Bareli Airport is located approximately 155.96 miles / 251 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Dehradun. IATA airport code is BEK.

Darchula Airport (DAP)

Darchula Airport is located approximately 156.59 miles / 252 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Dehradun. IATA airport code is DAP.

Hissar Airport (HSS)

Hissar Airport is located approximately 157.21 miles / 253 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Dehradun. IATA airport code is HSS.

Mahendranagar Airport (XMG)

Mahendranagar Airport is located approximately 157.21 miles / 253 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Dehradun. IATA airport code is XMG.

Baitadi Airport (BIT)

Baitadi Airport is located approximately 161.56 miles / 260 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Dehradun. IATA airport code is BIT.

Gaggal Airport (DHM)

Gaggal Airport is located approximately 164.66 miles / 265 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Dehradun. IATA airport code is DHM.

Ngari Gunsa Airport (NGQ)

Ngari Gunsa Airport is located approximately 171.5 miles / 276 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Dehradun. IATA airport code is NGQ.

Dhangarhi Airport (DHI)

Dhangarhi Airport is located approximately 187.03 miles / 301 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Dehradun. IATA airport code is DHI.

Silgarhi Doti Airport (SIH)

Silgarhi Doti Airport is located approximately 188.28 miles / 303 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Dehradun. IATA airport code is SIH.

Pathankot Airport (IXP)

Pathankot Airport is located approximately 193.87 miles / 312 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Dehradun. IATA airport code is IXP.

Bhatinda Airport (BUP)

Bhatinda Airport is located approximately 195.11 miles / 314 kilometers West (W) of central Dehradun. IATA airport code is BUP.

Bajhang Airport (BJH)

Bajhang Airport is located approximately 195.73 miles / 315 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Dehradun. IATA airport code is BJH.