Closest Airport to Ewo, Airports Near Ewo, Republic of the Congo

The closest airport to Ewo is Ewo Airport (EWO). Distance from Ewo Airport to Ewo is 1.14 miles / 1.84 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Ewo

  1. Ewo Airport (1.84 Km)
  2. Boundji Airport (65.26 Km)
  3. Kelle Airport (94.07 Km)
  4. Akieni Airport (105.49 Km)
  5. Makoua Airport (128.37 Km)
  6. Okondja Airport (129.33 Km)
  7. Owando Airport (131.9 Km)
  8. Franceville/Mvengue Airport (175.84 Km)
  9. Lague Airport (177.37 Km)
  10. Djambala Airport (183.93 Km)
  11. Moanda Airport (186.91 Km)
  12. Lastourville Airport (229.97 Km)
  13. Mekambo Airport (232.7 Km)
  14. Zanaga Airport (245.58 Km)
  15. Makokou Airport (268.64 Km)
  16. Ouesso Airport (309.01 Km)
  17. Mossendjo Airport (329.06 Km)
  18. Booue Airport (330.3 Km)
  19. Souanke Airport (336.4 Km)
  20. Mbigou Airport (339.35 Km)

List of Airports close to Ewo

Ewo Airport (EWO)

Ewo Airport is located approximately 0.62 miles / 1 kilometers West (W) of central Ewo. IATA airport code is EWO.

Boundji Airport (BOE)

Boundji Airport is located approximately 40.39 miles / 65 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Ewo. IATA airport code is BOE.

Okoyo Airport (OKG)

Okoyo Airport is located approximately 42.87 miles / 69 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Ewo. IATA airport code is OKG.

Kelle Airport (KEE)

Kelle Airport is located approximately 58.41 miles / 94 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Ewo. IATA airport code is KEE.

Akieni Airport (AKE)

Akieni Airport is located approximately 65.24 miles / 105 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Ewo. IATA airport code is AKE.

Leconi Airport (LEO)

Leconi Airport is located approximately 65.87 miles / 106 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Ewo. IATA airport code is LEO.

Makoua Airport (MKJ)

Makoua Airport is located approximately 79.54 miles / 128 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Ewo. IATA airport code is MKJ.

Okondja Airport (OKN)

Okondja Airport is located approximately 80.16 miles / 129 kilometers West (W) of central Ewo. IATA airport code is OKN.

Owando Airport (FTX)

Owando Airport is located approximately 81.4 miles / 131 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Ewo. IATA airport code is FTX.

Bongo Airport (BGP)

Bongo Airport is located approximately 84.51 miles / 136 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Ewo. IATA airport code is BGP.

Gamboma Airport (GMM)

Gamboma Airport is located approximately 99.42 miles / 160 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Ewo. IATA airport code is GMM.

Lekana Airport (LKC)

Lekana Airport is located approximately 100.04 miles / 161 kilometers South (S) of central Ewo. IATA airport code is LKC.

Franceville/Mvengue Airport (MVB)

Franceville/Mvengue Airport is located approximately 108.74 miles / 175 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Ewo. IATA airport code is MVB.

Lague Airport (LCO)

Lague Airport is located approximately 109.98 miles / 177 kilometers South (S) of central Ewo. IATA airport code is LCO.

Djambala Airport (DJM)

Djambala Airport is located approximately 113.71 miles / 183 kilometers South (S) of central Ewo. IATA airport code is DJM.

Moanda Airport (MFF)

Moanda Airport is located approximately 115.58 miles / 186 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Ewo. IATA airport code is MFF.

Lastourville Airport (LTL)

Lastourville Airport is located approximately 142.29 miles / 229 kilometers West (W) of central Ewo. IATA airport code is LTL.

Mekambo Airport (MKB)

Mekambo Airport is located approximately 144.16 miles / 232 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Ewo. IATA airport code is MKB.

Zanaga Airport (ANJ)

Zanaga Airport is located approximately 152.24 miles / 245 kilometers South-Southwest (SSW) of central Ewo. IATA airport code is ANJ.

Koulamoutou Airport (KOU)

Koulamoutou Airport is located approximately 165.28 miles / 266 kilometers West (W) of central Ewo. IATA airport code is KOU.