Closest Airport to Gauchar, Airports Near Gauchar, India

The closest airport to Gauchar is Dehra Dun Airport (DED). Distance from Dehra Dun Airport to Gauchar is 58.35 miles / 93.9 kilometers.


Nearest airports to Gauchar

  1. Dehra Dun Airport (93.9 Km)
  2. Pantnagar Airport (143.16 Km)
  3. Darchula Airport (151.27 Km)
  4. Baitadi Airport (163.05 Km)
  5. Mahendranagar Airport (176.21 Km)
  6. Bajhang Airport (213.12 Km)
  7. Simla Airport (217.76 Km)
  8. Ngari Gunsa Airport (218.8 Km)
  9. Dhangarhi Airport (219.92 Km)
  10. Chandigarh Airport (230.35 Km)
  11. Sanfebagar Airport (231.49 Km)
  12. Bajura Airport (258.06 Km)
  13. Simikot Airport (259.02 Km)
  14. Bhuntar Airport (259.37 Km)
  15. Indira Gandhi International Airport (275.77 Km)
  16. Surkhet Airport (306.27 Km)
  17. Ludhiana Airport (312.55 Km)
  18. Jumla Airport (314.58 Km)
  19. Nepalganj Airport (344.58 Km)
  20. Rukumkot Airport (347.91 Km)

List of Airports close to Gauchar

Dehra Dun Airport (DED)

Dehra Dun Airport is located approximately 57.79 miles / 93 kilometers West (W) of central Gauchar. IATA airport code is DED.

Pantnagar Airport (PGH)

Pantnagar Airport is located approximately 88.86 miles / 143 kilometers South-Southeast (SSE) of central Gauchar. IATA airport code is PGH.

Darchula Airport (DAP)

Darchula Airport is located approximately 93.83 miles / 151 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Gauchar. IATA airport code is DAP.

Baitadi Airport (BIT)

Baitadi Airport is located approximately 101.28 miles / 163 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Gauchar. IATA airport code is BIT.

Muzaffarnagar Airport (MZA)

Muzaffarnagar Airport is located approximately 103.15 miles / 166 kilometers West-Southwest (WSW) of central Gauchar. IATA airport code is MZA.

Mahendranagar Airport (XMG)

Mahendranagar Airport is located approximately 109.36 miles / 176 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Gauchar. IATA airport code is XMG.

Silgarhi Doti Airport (SIH)

Silgarhi Doti Airport is located approximately 128 miles / 206 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Gauchar. IATA airport code is SIH.

Bareli Airport (BEK)

Bareli Airport is located approximately 129.87 miles / 209 kilometers South (S) of central Gauchar. IATA airport code is BEK.

Bajhang Airport (BJH)

Bajhang Airport is located approximately 132.35 miles / 213 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Gauchar. IATA airport code is BJH.

Simla Airport (SLV)

Simla Airport is located approximately 134.84 miles / 217 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central Gauchar. IATA airport code is SLV.

Ngari Gunsa Airport (NGQ)

Ngari Gunsa Airport is located approximately 135.46 miles / 218 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central Gauchar. IATA airport code is NGQ.

Dhangarhi Airport (DHI)

Dhangarhi Airport is located approximately 136.08 miles / 219 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Gauchar. IATA airport code is DHI.

Chandigarh Airport (IXC)

Chandigarh Airport is located approximately 142.92 miles / 230 kilometers West (W) of central Gauchar. IATA airport code is IXC.

Sanfebagar Airport (FEB)

Sanfebagar Airport is located approximately 143.54 miles / 231 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Gauchar. IATA airport code is FEB.

Bajura Airport (BJU)

Bajura Airport is located approximately 160.31 miles / 258 kilometers East-Southeast (ESE) of central Gauchar. IATA airport code is BJU.

Simikot Airport (IMK)

Simikot Airport is located approximately 160.94 miles / 259 kilometers East (E) of central Gauchar. IATA airport code is IMK.

Bhuntar Airport (KUU)

Bhuntar Airport is located approximately 160.94 miles / 259 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central Gauchar. IATA airport code is KUU.

Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL)

Indira Gandhi International Airport is located approximately 170.88 miles / 275 kilometers Southwest (SW) of central Gauchar. IATA airport code is DEL.

Tikapur Airport (TPU)

Tikapur Airport is located approximately 171.5 miles / 276 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Gauchar. IATA airport code is TPU.

Surkhet Airport (SKH)

Surkhet Airport is located approximately 190.14 miles / 306 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central Gauchar. IATA airport code is SKH.