The closest major airport to Galapagos Islands is Seymour Airport (GPS / SEGS). This airport is in Puerto Ayora, Ecuador and is about 36 km from the center of Galapagos Islands. If you're looking for domestic flights to GPS, check the airlines that fly to GPS.
1204 km: José Joaquín de Olmedo International Airport - Guayaquil, Ecuador (GYE / SEGU)
1222 km: General Rivadeneira Airport - Esmeraldas, Ecuador (ESM / SETN)
1321 km: Enrique Malek International Airport - David, Panama (DAV / MPDA)
1331 km: Daniel Oduber Quirós International Airport - Liberia, Costa Rica (LIR / MRLB)
1343 km: Juan Santamaría International Airport - San Jose, Costa Rica (SJO / MROC)
1343 km: Tobías Bolaños International Airport - San Jose, Costa Rica (SYQ / MRPV)
1355 km: Mariscal Sucre International Airport - Quito, Ecuador (UIO / SEQM)
1413 km: Bocas del Toro Isla Colón International Airport - Bocas del Toro, Panama (BOC / MPBO)
1465 km: Augusto Cesar Sandino International Airport - Managua, Nicaragua (MGA / MNMG)
1535 km: El Salvador International Airport - San Salvador, El Salvador (SAL / MSLP)
Note: Some distances are straight-line estimates, click on the link to calculate actual driving distance.
TravelMath helps you find the closest airport to any city, as well as a list of smaller local airports. You can use these pages to plan your trip and figure out the easiest way to get to your destination. Many times there are multiple airports near the city you want to visit, so you can often find a cheaper flight into a different airport. This is especially useful if you are getting a rental car, since it might be better to drive a bit farther in order to save money on airfare. If you're booking an international flight, you probably want the closest major airport, otherwise if you're a pilot you may be looking for a local airport. Use this tool along with the flight distance pages to plan your travel.
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