Closest Airport to Delhi, Airports Near Delhi, India

The closest airport to Delhi is Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL). Distance from Indira Gandhi International Airport to Delhi is 10.01 miles / 16.12 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Delhi

  1. Indira Gandhi International Airport (16.12 Km)
  2. Kheria Airport (182.32 Km)
  3. Dehra Dun Airport (193.33 Km)
  4. Pantnagar Airport (222.64 Km)
  5. Chandigarh Airport (227.66 Km)
  6. Sanganeer Airport (247.28 Km)
  7. Simla Airport (269.52 Km)
  8. Ludhiana Airport (273.11 Km)
  9. Gwalior Airport (281.25 Km)
  10. Mahendranagar Airport (286.5 Km)
  11. Dhangarhi Airport (327.3 Km)
  12. Baitadi Airport (334.97 Km)
  13. Darchula Airport (341.34 Km)
  14. Bhuntar Airport (357.54 Km)
  15. Sanfebagar Airport (393.34 Km)
  16. Kanpur Airport (395.74 Km)
  17. Bajhang Airport (396.7 Km)
  18. Raja Sansi Airport (411.55 Km)
  19. Kota Airport (412.76 Km)
  20. Amausi Airport (417.87 Km)

List of Airports close to Delhi

Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL)

Indira Gandhi International Airport is located approximately 9.94 miles / 16 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Delhi. IATA airport code is DEL.

Muzaffarnagar Airport (MZA)

Muzaffarnagar Airport is located approximately 63.38 miles / 102 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Delhi. IATA airport code is MZA.

Hissar Airport (HSS)

Hissar Airport is located approximately 95.69 miles / 154 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Delhi. IATA airport code is HSS.

Kheria Airport (AGR)

Kheria Airport is located approximately 113.09 miles / 182 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Delhi. IATA airport code is AGR.

Dehra Dun Airport (DED)

Dehra Dun Airport is located approximately 119.92 miles / 193 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Delhi. IATA airport code is DED.

Bareli Airport (BEK)

Bareli Airport is located approximately 135.46 miles / 218 kilometers East (E) of central Delhi. IATA airport code is BEK.

Pantnagar Airport (PGH)

Pantnagar Airport is located approximately 137.94 miles / 222 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Delhi. IATA airport code is PGH.

Chandigarh Airport (IXC)

Chandigarh Airport is located approximately 141.05 miles / 227 kilometers North (N) of central Delhi. IATA airport code is IXC.

Sanganeer Airport (JAI)

Sanganeer Airport is located approximately 153.48 miles / 247 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Delhi. IATA airport code is JAI.

Simla Airport (SLV)

Simla Airport is located approximately 167.15 miles / 269 kilometers North (N) of central Delhi. IATA airport code is SLV.

Ludhiana Airport (LUH)

Ludhiana Airport is located approximately 169.63 miles / 273 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Delhi. IATA airport code is LUH.

Gwalior Airport (GWL)

Gwalior Airport is located approximately 174.61 miles / 281 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Delhi. IATA airport code is GWL.

Mahendranagar Airport (XMG)

Mahendranagar Airport is located approximately 177.71 miles / 286 kilometers East (E) of central Delhi. IATA airport code is XMG.

Bhatinda Airport (BUP)

Bhatinda Airport is located approximately 185.17 miles / 298 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Delhi. IATA airport code is BUP.

Dhangarhi Airport (DHI)

Dhangarhi Airport is located approximately 203.19 miles / 327 kilometers East (E) of central Delhi. IATA airport code is DHI.

Baitadi Airport (BIT)

Baitadi Airport is located approximately 207.54 miles / 334 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Delhi. IATA airport code is BIT.

Darchula Airport (DAP)

Darchula Airport is located approximately 211.89 miles / 341 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Delhi. IATA airport code is DAP.

Bhuntar Airport (KUU)

Bhuntar Airport is located approximately 221.83 miles / 357 kilometers North (N) of central Delhi. IATA airport code is KUU.

Silgarhi Doti Airport (SIH)

Silgarhi Doti Airport is located approximately 227.42 miles / 366 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Delhi. IATA airport code is SIH.

Tikapur Airport (TPU)

Tikapur Airport is located approximately 236.74 miles / 381 kilometers East (E) of central Delhi. IATA airport code is TPU.