The average distance from the Earth to Saturn is about: 9.5 astronomical units (AU).
One astronomical unit is the distance from the Earth to the Sun, which is about 149.6 million kilometers (93 million miles). So the average distance from the Earth to Saturn is about 1.4 billion kilometers or about 887.5 million miles.
However, it is important to note that the distance between the Earth and Saturn varies over time due to the elliptical shapes of their orbits around the Sun. At its closest approach, Saturn can be as close as about 7.5 AU from Earth or about 1.1 billion kilometers (700 million miles). At its farthest distance, Saturn can be as far as about 10.5 AU from Earth, or about 1.6 billion kilometers (975 million miles).
It is also worth noting that the distance between the Earth and Saturn can be measured in a variety of units, including kilometers, miles, and AU. The value will depend on the unit of measurement used, information of which can be found in the Distance units in space section of apostaseis.gr.