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Airports in Afghanistan, List of Afghanistan Airports By City

All the Major Airports in Afghanistan are given below. To find more information about any of these airports click on the airport name. Our database have 34 Airports in Afghanistan. Afghanistan IATA Airport Codes and ICAO Codes are listed bellow.

Airport City, Country IATA airport code ICAO airport code
Bagram Air Base Bagram, Afghanistan OAI OAIX
Bamiyan Airport Bamiyan, Afghanistan BIN OABN
Bost Airport Bost, Afghanistan BST OABT
Camp Bastion Airport , Afghanistan OAZ OAZI
Chakcharan Airport Chakcharan, Afghanistan CCN OACC
Darwaz Airport Darwaz, Afghanistan DAZ OADZ
Dywer Airbase Camp Dwyer, Afghanistan DWR
Faizabad Airport Faizabad, Afghanistan FBD OAFZ
Farah Airport Farah, Afghanistan FAH OAFR
Gardez Airport Gardez, Afghanistan GRG -
Ghazni Airport Ghazni, Afghanistan GZI -
Herat Airport Herat, Afghanistan HEA OAHR
Jalalabad Airport Jalalabad, Afghanistan JAA OAJL
Kandahar Airport Kandahar, Afghanistan KDH OAKN
Khost Airport Khost, Afghanistan KHT OAKS
Khwahan Airport Khwahan, Afghanistan KWH OAHN
Khwaja Rawash Airport Kabul, Afghanistan KBL OAKB
Kunduz Airport Kunduz, Afghanistan UND OAUZ
Kuran-O-Munjan Airport Kuran-O-Munjan, Afghanistan KUR -
Maimana Airport Maimana, Afghanistan MMZ OAMN
Mazar-I-Sharif Airport Mazar-I-Sharif, Afghanistan MZR OAMS
Nimroz Airport Nimroz, Afghanistan IMZ -
Qala Nau Airport Qala Nau, Afghanistan LQN OAQN
Salerno Landing Zone Airport , Afghanistan OLR
Sardeh Band Airport Sardeh Band, Afghanistan SBF -
Shank Air Base , Afghanistan OAA OASH
Sharana Airstrip Sharana, Afghanistan OAS OASA
Sheghnan Airport Sheghnan, Afghanistan SGA OASN
Shindand Airport , Afghanistan OAH OASD
Taluquan Airport Taluquan, Afghanistan TQN -
Tirinkot Airport Tirinkot, Afghanistan TII OATN
Urgoon Airport Urgoon, Afghanistan URN -
Uruzgan Airport Uruzgan, Afghanistan URZ -
Zaranj Airport Zaranj, Afghanistan ZAJ OAZJ

The IATA airport code consists of three letters and is defined by IATA (International Air Transport Association).
The ICAO airport code consists of four letters and is defined by ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization).