Airport Near Umuahia, Abia, Nigeria

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Airports with scheduled flights sorted by distance.
TypeAirport NameCityIATA CodeConnectivityDistance
Sam Mbakwe International AirportOwerriQOW32.89 km
Port Harcourt International AirportPort HarcourtPHC82.51 km
Akwa Ibom International AirportUyoQUO99.78 km
Akanu Ibiam International AirportEneguENU104.98 km
Margaret Ekpo International AirportCalabarCBQ113.97 km
Warri AirportWarriQRW184.45 km
Benin AirportBeninBNI225.83 km
Makurdi AirportMakurdiMDI271.73 km
Akure AirportAkureAKR307.31 km
Nnamdi Azikiwe International AirportAbujaABV386.97 km
Ibadan AirportIbadanIBA437.4 km
Ilorin International AirportIlorinILR461.84 km
Murtala Muhammed International AirportLagosLOS474.62 km

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 Connectivity ratings are based on the airport's flight routes to other airports. The above list contains Regional/Domestic as well as International airports.

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Other airports without scheduled flights sorted by distance.
TypeAirport NameCityIATA CodeConnectivityDistance
Asaba International AirportAsabaABB117.75 km
Minna AirportMinnaMXJ471.59 km
Nearest cities/towns/villages from Umuahia, Abia, Nigeria.
City/Town/VillageDistance
Umuahia(Abia)0 km
Bende(Western State)17.01 km
Okigwi(Western State)34.79 km
Ohafia Ifigh(Western State)36.25 km
Nkwerre(Western State)47.19 km
Amaigbo(Western State)47.67 km
Aba(Western State)48.1 km
Ikot Ekpene(Western State)48.26 km
Owerri(Imo)50.11 km
Afikpo(Western State)61.75 km
Major cities/towns/villages within 100km from Umuahia, Abia, Nigeria.
City/Town/VillageDistance
Port Harcourt(Rivers)98.63 km
Aba(Western State)48.1 km
Umuahia(Abia)0 km
Ikot Ekpene(Western State)48.26 km
Owerri(Imo)50.11 km
Ugep(Western State)72.71 km
Nnewi(Western State)82.57 km
Awka(Anambra)87.92 km
Okrika(Western State)99.37 km
Amaigbo(Western State)47.67 km

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Note:
All and accurate airports data may not be available.
Also the distances are straight line distances (air distances) calculated using latitude and longitude of the airports.