Closest Airport to General Santos City, Airports Near General Santos City, Philippines

The closest airport to General Santos City is Buayan Airport (GES). Distance from Buayan Airport to General Santos City is 4.41 miles / 7.09 kilometers.


Nearest airports to General Santos City

  1. Buayan Airport (7.09 Km)
  2. Mati Airport (123.84 Km)
  3. Mati Airport (152.92 Km)
  4. Awang Airport (157.74 Km)
  5. Malabang Airport (207.21 Km)
  6. Maria Cristina Airport (247.58 Km)
  7. Lumbia Airport (263.03 Km)
  8. Bislig Airport (263.78 Km)
  9. Pagadian Airport (268.28 Km)
  10. Labo Airport (272.2 Km)
  11. Butuan Airport (317.03 Km)
  12. Dipolog Airport (342.2 Km)
  13. Tandag Airport (346.62 Km)
  14. Zamboanga Airport (355.25 Km)
  15. Surigao Airport (406.12 Km)
  16. Dumaguete Airport (412.92 Km)
  17. Tagbilaran Airport (420.36 Km)
  18. Siargao Airport (426.38 Km)
  19. Jolo Airport (460.08 Km)
  20. Mactan International Airport (484.15 Km)

List of Airports close to General Santos City

Buayan Airport (GES)

Buayan Airport is located approximately 4.35 miles / 7 kilometers East (E) of central General Santos City. IATA airport code is GES.

Alah Airport (AAV)

Alah Airport is located approximately 33.55 miles / 54 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central General Santos City. IATA airport code is AAV.

Tawitawi Airport (TWT)

Tawitawi Airport is located approximately 76.43 miles / 123 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central General Santos City. IATA airport code is TWT.

Mati Airport (DVO)

Mati Airport is located approximately 76.43 miles / 123 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central General Santos City. IATA airport code is DVO.

Mati Airport (MXI)

Mati Airport is located approximately 94.45 miles / 152 kilometers Northeast (NE) of central General Santos City. IATA airport code is MXI.

Awang Airport (CBO)

Awang Airport is located approximately 97.56 miles / 157 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central General Santos City. IATA airport code is CBO.

Maramag Airport (XMA)

Maramag Airport is located approximately 113.09 miles / 182 kilometers North (N) of central General Santos City. IATA airport code is XMA.

Malabang Airport (MLP)

Malabang Airport is located approximately 128.62 miles / 207 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central General Santos City. IATA airport code is MLP.

Maria Cristina Airport (IGN)

Maria Cristina Airport is located approximately 153.48 miles / 247 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central General Santos City. IATA airport code is IGN.

Lumbia Airport (CGY)

Lumbia Airport is located approximately 163.42 miles / 263 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central General Santos City. IATA airport code is CGY.

Bislig Airport (BPH)

Bislig Airport is located approximately 163.42 miles / 263 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central General Santos City. IATA airport code is BPH.

Pagadian Airport (PAG)

Pagadian Airport is located approximately 166.53 miles / 268 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central General Santos City. IATA airport code is PAG.

Labo Airport (OZC)

Labo Airport is located approximately 169.01 miles / 272 kilometers North-Northwest (NNW) of central General Santos City. IATA airport code is OZC.

Naha Airport (NAH)

Naha Airport is located approximately 169.63 miles / 273 kilometers South (S) of central General Santos City. IATA airport code is NAH.

Melangguane Airport (MNA)

Melangguane Airport is located approximately 178.33 miles / 287 kilometers Southeast (SE) of central General Santos City. IATA airport code is MNA.

Butuan Airport (BXU)

Butuan Airport is located approximately 196.97 miles / 317 kilometers North (N) of central General Santos City. IATA airport code is BXU.

Ipil Airport (IPE)

Ipil Airport is located approximately 210.02 miles / 338 kilometers West-Northwest (WNW) of central General Santos City. IATA airport code is IPE.

Dipolog Airport (DPL)

Dipolog Airport is located approximately 212.51 miles / 342 kilometers Northwest (NW) of central General Santos City. IATA airport code is DPL.

Tandag Airport (TDG)

Tandag Airport is located approximately 214.99 miles / 346 kilometers North-Northeast (NNE) of central General Santos City. IATA airport code is TDG.

Mambajao Airport (CGM)

Mambajao Airport is located approximately 218.72 miles / 352 kilometers North (N) of central General Santos City. IATA airport code is CGM.