Closest Airport to England, Airports Near England, Finland

The closest airport to England is Kauhava Airport (KAU). Distance from Kauhava Airport to England is 22.11 miles / 35.58 kilometers.


Nearest airports to England

  1. Kauhava Airport (35.58 Km)
  2. Vaasa Airport (46.35 Km)
  3. Kruunupyy Airport (55.96 Km)
  4. Ilmajoki Airport (71.56 Km)
  5. Kauhajoki Airport (94.89 Km)
  6. Umea Airport (120.88 Km)
  7. Ylivieska Airport (138.02 Km)
  8. Skelleftea Airport (160.85 Km)
  9. Ornskoldsvik Airport (174.11 Km)
  10. Jyvaskyla Airport (191.65 Km)
  11. Halli Airport (200.74 Km)
  12. Pori Airport (209.01 Km)
  13. Tampere-Pirkkala Airport (219.22 Km)
  14. Oulu Airport (227.46 Km)
  15. Lycksele Airport (229.22 Km)
  16. Kramfors Airport (237.97 Km)
  17. Kallax Airport (248.41 Km)
  18. Kuopio Airport (269.24 Km)
  19. Sundsvall/Harnosand Airport (269.27 Km)
  20. Kajaani Airport (277.76 Km)

List of Airports close to England

Kauhava Airport (KAU)

Kauhava Airport is located approximately 21.75 miles / 35 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central England. IATA airport code is KAU.

Vaasa Airport (VAA)

Vaasa Airport is located approximately 28.58 miles / 46 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central England. IATA airport code is VAA.

Kruunupyy Airport (KOK)

Kruunupyy Airport is located approximately 34.18 miles / 55 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central England. IATA airport code is KOK.

Ilmajoki Airport (SJY)

Ilmajoki Airport is located approximately 44.12 miles / 71 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central England. IATA airport code is SJY.

Kauhajoki Airport (KHJ)

Kauhajoki Airport is located approximately 58.41 miles / 94 kilometers South (S) of central England. IATA airport code is KHJ.

Umea Airport (UME)

Umea Airport is located approximately 74.56 miles / 120 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central England. IATA airport code is UME.

Ylivieska Airport (YLI)

Ylivieska Airport is located approximately 85.75 miles / 138 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central England. IATA airport code is YLI.

Skelleftea Airport (SFT)

Skelleftea Airport is located approximately 99.42 miles / 160 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central England. IATA airport code is SFT.

Ornskoldsvik Airport (OER)

Ornskoldsvik Airport is located approximately 108.12 miles / 174 kilometers West (W) of central England. IATA airport code is OER.

Jyvaskyla Airport (JYV)

Jyvaskyla Airport is located approximately 118.68 miles / 191 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central England. IATA airport code is JYV.

Halli Airport (KEV)

Halli Airport is located approximately 124.27 miles / 200 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central England. IATA airport code is KEV.

Pori Airport (POR)

Pori Airport is located approximately 129.87 miles / 209 kilometers South (S) of central England. IATA airport code is POR.

Tampere-Pirkkala Airport (TMP)

Tampere-Pirkkala Airport is located approximately 136.08 miles / 219 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central England. IATA airport code is TMP.

Oulu Airport (OUL)

Oulu Airport is located approximately 141.05 miles / 227 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central England. IATA airport code is OUL.

Lycksele Airport (LYC)

Lycksele Airport is located approximately 142.29 miles / 229 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central England. IATA airport code is LYC.

Kramfors Airport (KRF)

Kramfors Airport is located approximately 147.26 miles / 237 kilometers West (W) of central England. IATA airport code is KRF.

Kallax Airport (LLA)

Kallax Airport is located approximately 154.1 miles / 248 kilometers North (N) of central England. IATA airport code is LLA.

Kuopio Airport (KUO)

Kuopio Airport is located approximately 167.15 miles / 269 kilometers East (E) of central England. IATA airport code is KUO.

Sundsvall/Harnosand Airport (SDL)

Sundsvall/Harnosand Airport is located approximately 167.15 miles / 269 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central England. IATA airport code is SDL.

Kajaani Airport (KAJ)

Kajaani Airport is located approximately 172.12 miles / 277 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central England. IATA airport code is KAJ.