Closest Airport to Espargos, Airports Near Espargos, Cape Verde

The closest airport to Espargos is Amilcar Cabral International Airport (SID). Distance from Amilcar Cabral International Airport to Espargos is 1.24 miles / 1.99 kilometers.


List of Airports close to Espargos

Amilcar Cabral International Airport (SID)

Amilcar Cabral International Airport is located approximately 0.62 miles / 1 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Espargos. IATA airport code is SID.

Boa Vista Rabil Airport (BVC)

Boa Vista Rabil Airport is located approximately 42.87 miles / 69 kilometers South (S) of central Espargos. IATA airport code is BVC.

Preguica Airport (SNE)

Preguica Airport is located approximately 89.48 miles / 144 kilometers West (W) of central Espargos. IATA airport code is SNE.

Vila Do Maio Airport (MMO)

Vila Do Maio Airport is located approximately 111.85 miles / 180 kilometers South (S) of central Espargos. IATA airport code is MMO.

Francisco Mendes Airport (RAI)

Francisco Mendes Airport is located approximately 131.73 miles / 212 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Espargos. IATA airport code is RAI.

San Pedro Airport (VXE)

San Pedro Airport is located approximately 139.81 miles / 225 kilometers West (W) of central Espargos. IATA airport code is VXE.

Santo Antao Airport (NTO)

Santo Antao Airport is located approximately 145.4 miles / 234 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Espargos. IATA airport code is NTO.

Mosteiros Airport (MTI)

Mosteiros Airport is located approximately 150.37 miles / 242 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Espargos. IATA airport code is MTI.

Sao Filipe Airport (SFL)

Sao Filipe Airport is located approximately 164.66 miles / 265 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Espargos. IATA airport code is SFL.

Esperadinha Airport (BVR)

Esperadinha Airport is located approximately 177.09 miles / 285 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Espargos. IATA airport code is BVR.

Yoff Airport (DKR)

Yoff Airport is located approximately 387.74 miles / 624 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Espargos. IATA airport code is DKR.

St. Louis Airport (XLS)

St. Louis Airport is located approximately 431.85 miles / 695 kilometers East (E) of central Espargos. IATA airport code is XLS.

Nouakchott Airport (NKC)

Nouakchott Airport is located approximately 469.76 miles / 756 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Espargos. IATA airport code is NKC.

El Gouera Airport (ZLG)

El Gouera Airport is located approximately 475.97 miles / 766 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Espargos. IATA airport code is ZLG.

Yundum International Airport (BJL)

Yundum International Airport is located approximately 480.94 miles / 774 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Espargos. IATA airport code is BJL.

Nouadhibou Airport (NDB)

Nouadhibou Airport is located approximately 481.56 miles / 775 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Espargos. IATA airport code is NDB.

Richard Toll Airport (RDT)

Richard Toll Airport is located approximately 482.81 miles / 777 kilometers East (E) of central Espargos. IATA airport code is RDT.

Kaolack Airport (KLC)

Kaolack Airport is located approximately 492.75 miles / 793 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Espargos. IATA airport code is KLC.

Cap Skirring Airport (CSK)

Cap Skirring Airport is located approximately 510.77 miles / 822 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Espargos. IATA airport code is CSK.

Podor Airport (POD)

Podor Airport is located approximately 526.92 miles / 848 kilometers East (E) of central Espargos. IATA airport code is POD.