Airports in Massachusetts United States, List of Massachusetts Airports By City

All the Major Airports in Massachusetts are given below. To find more information about any of these airports click on the airport name. Our database have 31 Airports in Massachusetts, United States. Massachusetts IATA Airport Codes and ICAO Codes are listed bellow.

Airport City, Country IATA airport code ICAO airport code
Army Air Field Heliport Fort Devens, United States AYE -
Barnes Airport Westfield, United States BAF KBAF
Barnstable Airport Hyannis, United States HYA KHYA
Beverly Airport Beverly, United States BVY KBVY
Boston City Heliport Boston, United States JBC -
Boxborough Airport Boxborough, United States BXC -
Burlington Airport Burlington, United States BBF -
Cummings Park Airport Woburn, United States WBN -
Gardner Municipal Airport Gardner, United States GDM KGDM
Great Barrington Airport Great Barrington, United States GBR KGBR
Hanscom Field Bedford/Hanscom, United States BED KBED
Hyatt Regency Heliport Cambridge, United States JHY -
Lawrence Airport Lawrence, United States LWM KLWM
Logan International Airport Boston, United States BOS KBOS
Marlborough Airport Marlborough, United States MXG -
Martha's Vineyard Airport Martha's Vineyard, United States MVY KMVY
Minute Man Airfield Stow, United States MMN -
Nantucket Memorial Airport Nantucket, United States ACK KACK
New Bedford Airport New Bedford, United States EWB KEWB
Norwood Memorial Airport Norwood, United States OWD KOWD
Otis Air Force Base Falmouth, United States FMH KFMH
Palmer Metropolitan Airport Palmer, United States PMX KPMX
Pittsfield Airport Pittsfield, United States PSF KPSF
Plymouth Airport Plymouth, United States PYM KPYM
Provincetown Airport Provincetown, United States PVC KPVC
Quincy Airport Quincy, United States MQI -
South Weymouth Airport South Weymouth, United States NZW -
Waltham Airport Waltham, United States WLM -
Ware Airport Ware, United States UWA -
Westover Metro Airport Springfield, United States CEF KCEF
Worcester Airport Worcester, United States ORH KORH
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).