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

All the Major Airports in Tennessee are given below. To find more information about any of these airports click on the airport name. Our database have 27 Airports in Tennessee, United States. Tennessee IATA Airport Codes and ICAO Codes are listed bellow.

Airport City, Country IATA airport code ICAO airport code
Arnold Afb Tullahoma, United States AYX KAYX
Arnold Air Force Base Tullahoma, United States TUH -
Bomar Field Shelbyville, United States SYI KSYI
Centerville Municipal Airport Centerville, United States GHM KGHM
Crossville Memorial Airport Crossville, United States CSV KCSV
Everett-Stewart Airport Union City, United States UCY KUCY
Fayetteville Municipal Airport Fayetteville, United States FYM KFYM
Franklin County Airport Sewanee, United States UOS KUOS
Gatlinburg Airport Gatlinburg, United States GKT KGKT
Greenville Municipal Airport Greenville, United States GCY KGCY
Henry County Airport Paris, United States PHT KPHT
Lovell Field Chattanooga, United States CHA KCHA
Marion County Airport Jasper, United States APT KAPT
Maury County Airport Columbia, United States MRC KMRC
Mc Ghee Tyson Airport Knoxville, United States TYS KTYS
Mckellar Airport Jackson, United States MKL KMKL
McMinn County Airport Athens, United States MMI KMMI
Memphis International Airport Memphis, United States MEM KMEM
Moore-Murrell Airport Morristown, United States MOR KMOR
Nashville Metropolitan Airport Nashville, United States BNA KBNA
Naval Air Station Memphis, United States NQA KNQA
Northern Airport Tullahoma, United States THA KTHA
Outlaw Field Clarksville, United States CKV KCKV
Rockwood Municipal Airport Rockwood, United States RKW KRKW
Smyrna Airport Smyrna, United States MQY KMQY
Tri-Cities Regional Bristol, VA/Johnson City/Kingsport, United States TRI KTRI
Warren County Airport McMinnville, United States RNC KRNC
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).