Closest Airport to Exeter, Airports Near Exeter, United Kingdom

The closest airport to Exeter is Exeter Airport (EXT). Distance from Exeter Airport to Exeter is 5.36 miles / 8.63 kilometers.


List of Airports close to Exeter

Exeter Airport (EXT)

Exeter Airport is located approximately 4.97 miles / 8 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Exeter. IATA airport code is EXT.

Plymouth Airport (PLH)

Plymouth Airport is located approximately 32.31 miles / 52 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Exeter. IATA airport code is PLH.

Yeovilton Airport (YEO)

Yeovilton Airport is located approximately 43.5 miles / 70 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Exeter. IATA airport code is YEO.

Cardiff-Wales Airport (CWL)

Cardiff-Wales Airport is located approximately 47.22 miles / 76 kilometers North (N) of central Exeter. IATA airport code is CWL.

MOD St. Athan (DGX)

MOD St. Athan is located approximately 47.22 miles / 76 kilometers North (N) of central Exeter. IATA airport code is DGX.

Bristol Airport (BRS)

Bristol Airport is located approximately 57.79 miles / 93 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Exeter. IATA airport code is BRS.

Fairwood Comm Airport (SWS)

Fairwood Comm Airport is located approximately 65.24 miles / 105 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Exeter. IATA airport code is SWS.

St Mawgan Airport (NQY)

St Mawgan Airport is located approximately 66.49 miles / 107 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Exeter. IATA airport code is NQY.

Filton Airport (FZO)

Filton Airport is located approximately 68.35 miles / 110 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Exeter. IATA airport code is FZO.

Bournemouth Airport (BOH)

Bournemouth Airport is located approximately 73.94 miles / 119 kilometers East (E) of central Exeter. IATA airport code is BOH.

Upavon Airport (UPV)

Upavon Airport is located approximately 85.13 miles / 137 kilometers East-Northeast (ENE) of central Exeter. IATA airport code is UPV.

Royal Air Force Station (LYE)

Royal Air Force Station is located approximately 85.75 miles / 138 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Exeter. IATA airport code is LYE.

The Blaye Airport (ACI)

The Blaye Airport is located approximately 90.72 miles / 146 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Exeter. IATA airport code is ACI.

Southampton Airport (SOU)

Southampton Airport is located approximately 96.31 miles / 155 kilometers East (E) of central Exeter. IATA airport code is SOU.

Penzance Airport (PZE)

Penzance Airport is located approximately 96.31 miles / 155 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Exeter. IATA airport code is PZE.

Guernsey Airport (GCI)

Guernsey Airport is located approximately 97.56 miles / 157 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Exeter. IATA airport code is GCI.

Haverfordwest Airport (HAW)

Haverfordwest Airport is located approximately 98.18 miles / 158 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Exeter. IATA airport code is HAW.

Gloucestershire Airport (GLO)

Gloucestershire Airport is located approximately 100.04 miles / 161 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Exeter. IATA airport code is GLO.

Royal Air Force Station (FFD)

Royal Air Force Station is located approximately 100.66 miles / 162 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central Exeter. IATA airport code is FFD.

Lands End Airport (LEQ)

Lands End Airport is located approximately 103.15 miles / 166 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Exeter. IATA airport code is LEQ.