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

All the Major Airports in Missouri are given below. To find more information about any of these airports click on the airport name. Our database have 36 Airports in Missouri, United States. Missouri IATA Airport Codes and ICAO Codes are listed bellow.

Airport City, Country IATA airport code ICAO airport code
Bi-State Parks Airport Saint Louis, United States CPS KCPS
Butler Airport Butler, United States BUM KBUM
Cape Girardeau Airport Cape Girardeau, United States CGI KCGI
Columbia Regional Airport Columbia, United States COU KCOU
Earl Fields Memorial Airport Poplar Bluff, United States POF KPOF
Farmington Regional Airport Farmington, United States FAM KFAM
Forney Army Air Field Fort Leonard Wood, United States TBN KTBN
Jefferson City Memorial Airport Jefferson City, United States JEF KJEF
Johnson Executive Airport Kansas City, United States OJC KOJC
Johnson Industrial Airport Kansas City, United States JCI -
Joplin Airport Joplin, United States JLN KJLN
Kansas City Downtown Municipal Airport Kansas City, United States MKC KMKC
Kansas City International Airport Kansas City, United States MCI KMCI
Kennett Municipal Airport Kennett, United States KNT KTKX
Kirksville Municipal Airport Kirksville, United States IRK KIRK
Lambert-St. Louis International Airport Saint Louis, United States STL KSTL
Lee C Fine Memorial Airport Kaiser/Lake Ozark, United States AIZ KAIZ
M Graham Clark Airport Branson/Point Lookout, United States PLK KPLK
Malden Airport Malden, United States MAW KMAW
Memorial Municipal Airport Marshall, United States MHL KMHL
Moberly Airport Moberly, United States MBY KMBY
National Airport Rolla, United States RLA KVIH
Neosho Airport Neosho, United States EOS KEOS
Nevada Airport Nevada, United States NVD KNVD
Osage Beach Airport Osage Beach, United States OSB -
Richards-Gebaur Airport Grandview, United States GVW -
Rolla National Airport Vichy, United States VIH -
Rosecrans Memorial Airport Saint Joseph, United States STJ KSTJ
Sedalia Airport Sedalia, United States DMO KDMO
Sikeston Memorial Airport Sikeston, United States SIK KSIK
Spirit of St. Louis Airport Saint Louis, United States SUS KSUS
Springfield-Branson Regional Airport Springfield, United States SGF KSGF
Thompsonfield Airport Thompsonfield, United States THM -
Trenton Memorial Airport Trenton, United States TRX KTRX
Versailles Airport Versailles, United States VRS -
Whiteman Air Force Base Warrensburg, United States SZL KSZL
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).