1. Monaco- Monaco does not have an airport, but there is a heliport in the Monégasque district of Fontvieille. The nearest airport to Monaco is Côte d’Azur Airport in Nice, France.
2. Andorra- There is no airport in Andorra. The nearest airports are in Lérida, Barcelona, Toulouse and Gerona. By both population and by land area, Andorra is the largest country not to have an airport. However, there are three heliports.
3. San Marino- There are no airports in San Marino. There is a single heliport, and also a small airfield with a 680m grass runway. The nearest airport to San Marino is Rimini’s Federico Fellini Airport in Italy.
4. Vatican City- The nearest airport to the Vatican City is Rome Ciampino Airport. It would be physically impossible to fit a whole airport into the 0.44 km2 land area of the Holy See, but there is a heliport in the western corner, which is used for visiting heads and officials of the city-state.
5. Liechtenstein- Currently, Liechtenstein only has a heliport in the southern town of Balzers. The nearest international airports are St. Gallen-Altenrhein Airport in Switzerland and Friedrichshafen Airport in Germany, which have few scheduled flights. The nearest major airport is Zurich Airport in Switzerland, which has rail services to Buchs and Sargans. From these towns, it is possible to catch a Postal Bus or a train to Liechtenstein.
6. Palestine- The Yasser Arafat Internation Airport was opened in Gaza, Palistine in 1998. The airport, however ceased to exist in 2001 after being severly damaged by Israeli military forces. Its destruction left Gaza Airstrip as the only serviceable runway in Gaza. The closest public airport in the area is El Arish International Airport in Egypt.