Closest Airport to Flint, Airports Near Flint, United States

The closest airport to Flint is Bishop Airport (FNT). Distance from Bishop Airport to Flint is 4.32 miles / 6.95 kilometers.


List of Airports close to Flint

Bishop Airport (FNT)

Bishop Airport is located approximately 3.73 miles / 6 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Flint. IATA airport code is FNT.

Pontiac Airport (PTK)

Pontiac Airport is located approximately 27.34 miles / 44 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Flint. IATA airport code is PTK.

Tri City Airport (MBS)

Tri City Airport is located approximately 41.01 miles / 66 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Flint. IATA airport code is MBS.

Berz-Macomb Airport (UIZ)

Berz-Macomb Airport is located approximately 43.5 miles / 70 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Flint. IATA airport code is UIZ.

Capital City Airport (LAN)

Capital City Airport is located approximately 47.85 miles / 77 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Flint. IATA airport code is LAN.

Tohid Airport (TEW)

Tohid Airport is located approximately 47.85 miles / 77 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Flint. IATA airport code is TEW.

Detroit Naval Air Field (NFB)

Detroit Naval Air Field is located approximately 50.95 miles / 82 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Flint. IATA airport code is NFB.

Selfridge Air National Guard Base (MTC)

Selfridge Air National Guard Base is located approximately 50.95 miles / 82 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Flint. IATA airport code is MTC.

Hyatt Regency Heliport (DEO)

Hyatt Regency Heliport is located approximately 53.44 miles / 86 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Flint. IATA airport code is DEO.

Detroit City Airport (DET)

Detroit City Airport is located approximately 53.44 miles / 86 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Flint. IATA airport code is DET.

Willow Run Airport (YIP)

Willow Run Airport is located approximately 54.06 miles / 87 kilometers South (S) of central Flint. IATA airport code is YIP.

Ann Arbor Municipal Airport (ARB)

Ann Arbor Municipal Airport is located approximately 54.06 miles / 87 kilometers South (S) of central Flint. IATA airport code is ARB.

Gratiot Community Airport (AMN)

Gratiot Community Airport is located approximately 54.68 miles / 88 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Flint. IATA airport code is AMN.

Wayne County Airport (DTW)

Wayne County Airport is located approximately 57.79 miles / 93 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Flint. IATA airport code is DTW.

St Clair County International Airport (PHN)

St Clair County International Airport is located approximately 58.41 miles / 94 kilometers East (E) of central Flint. IATA airport code is PHN.

Windsor Airport (YQG)

Windsor Airport is located approximately 62.76 miles / 101 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Flint. IATA airport code is YQG.

Reynolds Municipal Airport (JXN)

Reynolds Municipal Airport is located approximately 64.62 miles / 104 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Flint. IATA airport code is JXN.

Mount Pleasant Municipal Airport (MOP)

Mount Pleasant Municipal Airport is located approximately 67.11 miles / 108 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Flint. IATA airport code is MOP.

Sarnia Airport (YZR)

Sarnia Airport is located approximately 69.59 miles / 112 kilometers East (E) of central Flint. IATA airport code is YZR.

Gladwin Airport (GDW)

Gladwin Airport is located approximately 77.05 miles / 124 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central Flint. IATA airport code is GDW.