Closest Airport to Easter Island, Airports Near Easter Island, Chile

The closest airport to Easter Island is Mataveri International Airport (IPC). Distance from Mataveri International Airport to Easter Island is 6.68 miles / 10.75 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Easter Island

  1. Mataveri International Airport (10.75 Km)
  2. Gambier Island Airport (2605.27 Km)
  3. Reao Airport (2930.23 Km)
  4. Vahitahi Airport (3150.05 Km)
  5. Puka Puka Airport (3338.2 Km)
  6. Hao Island Airport (3383.99 Km)
  7. Fakahina Airport (3405.41 Km)
  8. Fangatau Airport (3483.07 Km)
  9. General Villamil Airport (3508.56 Km)
  10. Carriel Sur Airport (3565.86 Km)
  11. San Cristobal Airport (3593.23 Km)
  12. Baltra Airport (3595.6 Km)
  13. Napuka Island Airport (3603.66 Km)
  14. Takume Airport (3614.03 Km)
  15. Pichoy Airport (3615.47 Km)
  16. Ancud Airport (3616.14 Km)
  17. Raroia Airport (3625.02 Km)
  18. Los Angeles Airport (3630.82 Km)
  19. Temuco Airport (3635.33 Km)
  20. Mocopulli Airport (3635.87 Km)

List of Airports close to Easter Island

Mataveri International Airport (IPC)

Mataveri International Airport is located approximately 6.21 miles / 10 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Easter Island. IATA airport code is IPC.

Gambier Island Airport (GMR)

Gambier Island Airport is located approximately 1618.67 miles / 2605 kilometers West (W) of central Easter Island. IATA airport code is GMR.

Reao Airport (REA)

Reao Airport is located approximately 1820.62 miles / 2930 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Easter Island. IATA airport code is REA.

Pukarua Airport (PUK)

Pukarua Airport is located approximately 1859.76 miles / 2993 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Easter Island. IATA airport code is PUK.

Tureira Airport (ZTA)

Tureira Airport is located approximately 1890.83 miles / 3043 kilometers West (W) of central Easter Island. IATA airport code is ZTA.

Nukutavake Airport (NUK)

Nukutavake Airport is located approximately 1939.3 miles / 3121 kilometers West (W) of central Easter Island. IATA airport code is NUK.

Vahitahi Airport (VHZ)

Vahitahi Airport is located approximately 1957.32 miles / 3150 kilometers West (W) of central Easter Island. IATA airport code is VHZ.

Tuamoto Airport (TKV)

Tuamoto Airport is located approximately 1972.23 miles / 3174 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Easter Island. IATA airport code is TKV.

Puka Puka Airport (PKP)

Puka Puka Airport is located approximately 2074.14 miles / 3338 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Easter Island. IATA airport code is PKP.

Hao Island Airport (HOI)

Hao Island Airport is located approximately 2102.1 miles / 3383 kilometers West (W) of central Easter Island. IATA airport code is HOI.

Fakahina Airport (FHZ)

Fakahina Airport is located approximately 2115.77 miles / 3405 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Easter Island. IATA airport code is FHZ.

Fangatau Airport (FGU)

Fangatau Airport is located approximately 2164.24 miles / 3483 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Easter Island. IATA airport code is FGU.

General Villamil Airport (IBB)

General Villamil Airport is located approximately 2179.77 miles / 3508 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Easter Island. IATA airport code is IBB.

Carriel Sur Airport (CCP)

Carriel Sur Airport is located approximately 2215.19 miles / 3565 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Easter Island. IATA airport code is CCP.

Hikueru Airport (HHZ)

Hikueru Airport is located approximately 2217.67 miles / 3569 kilometers West (W) of central Easter Island. IATA airport code is HHZ.

San Cristobal Airport (SCY)

San Cristobal Airport is located approximately 2232.59 miles / 3593 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Easter Island. IATA airport code is SCY.

Baltra Airport (GPS)

Baltra Airport is located approximately 2233.83 miles / 3595 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Easter Island. IATA airport code is GPS.

Napuka Island Airport (NAU)

Napuka Island Airport is located approximately 2238.8 miles / 3603 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Easter Island. IATA airport code is NAU.

Takume Airport (TJN)

Takume Airport is located approximately 2245.63 miles / 3614 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Easter Island. IATA airport code is TJN.

Pichoy Airport (ZAL)

Pichoy Airport is located approximately 2246.26 miles / 3615 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Easter Island. IATA airport code is ZAL.