Closest Airport to Douglas, Airports Near Douglas, Isle of Man

The closest airport to Douglas is Ronaldsway Airport (IOM). Distance from Ronaldsway Airport to Douglas is 7.34 miles / 11.81 kilometers.


List of Airports close to Douglas

Ronaldsway Airport (IOM)

Ronaldsway Airport is located approximately 6.84 miles / 11 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Douglas. IATA airport code is IOM.

Walney Island Airport (BWF)

Walney Island Airport is located approximately 49.09 miles / 79 kilometers East (E) of central Douglas. IATA airport code is BWF.

Holyhead Airport (HLY)

Holyhead Airport is located approximately 62.14 miles / 100 kilometers South (S) of central Douglas. IATA airport code is HLY.

Anglesey Airport (VLY)

Anglesey Airport is located approximately 62.14 miles / 100 kilometers South (S) of central Douglas. IATA airport code is VLY.

Belfast City Airport (BHD)

Belfast City Airport is located approximately 64 miles / 103 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Douglas. IATA airport code is BHD.

Blackpool Airport (BLK)

Blackpool Airport is located approximately 64.62 miles / 104 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Douglas. IATA airport code is BLK.

Belfast International Airport (BFS)

Belfast International Airport is located approximately 77.67 miles / 125 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Douglas. IATA airport code is BFS.

Carlisle Airport (CAX)

Carlisle Airport is located approximately 85.75 miles / 138 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Douglas. IATA airport code is CAX.

Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LPL)

Liverpool John Lennon Airport is located approximately 86.99 miles / 140 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Douglas. IATA airport code is LPL.

Dublin Airport (DUB)

Dublin Airport is located approximately 88.23 miles / 142 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Douglas. IATA airport code is DUB.

Chester Airport (CEG)

Chester Airport is located approximately 90.72 miles / 146 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Douglas. IATA airport code is CEG.

Burtonwood Airport (BUT)

Burtonwood Airport is located approximately 92.58 miles / 149 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Douglas. IATA airport code is BUT.

Prestwick Airport (PIK)

Prestwick Airport is located approximately 93.83 miles / 151 kilometers North (N) of central Douglas. IATA airport code is PIK.

Machrihanish Airport (CAL)

Machrihanish Airport is located approximately 100.66 miles / 162 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Douglas. IATA airport code is CAL.

Machrihanish Airport (GQJ)

Machrihanish Airport is located approximately 100.66 miles / 162 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Douglas. IATA airport code is GQJ.

Manchester International Airport (MAN)

Manchester International Airport is located approximately 105.63 miles / 170 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Douglas. IATA airport code is MAN.

Woodford Airport (WFD)

Woodford Airport is located approximately 110.6 miles / 178 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Douglas. IATA airport code is WFD.

Bradford Airport (BRF)

Bradford Airport is located approximately 113.71 miles / 183 kilometers East (E) of central Douglas. IATA airport code is BRF.

Leeds/Bradford Airport (LBA)

Leeds/Bradford Airport is located approximately 116.2 miles / 187 kilometers East (E) of central Douglas. IATA airport code is LBA.

Glasgow International Airport (GLA)

Glasgow International Airport is located approximately 118.68 miles / 191 kilometers North (0) of central Douglas. IATA airport code is GLA.