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Airports in Angola, List of Angola Airports By City

All the Major Airports in Angola are given below. To find more information about any of these airports click on the airport name. Our database have 40 Airports in Angola. Angola IATA Airport Codes and ICAO Codes are listed bellow.

Airport City, Country IATA airport code ICAO airport code
4 de Fevereiro Airport Luanda, Angola LAD FNLU
Ambriz Airport Ambriz, Angola AZZ FNAM
Andulo Airport , Angola ANL
Benguela Airport Benguela, Angola BUG FNBG
Cabinda Airport Cabinda, Angola CAB FNCA
Cafunfo Airport Cafunfo, Angola CFF FNCF
Camaxilo Airport Camaxilo, Angola CXM FNCX
Cangamba Airport Cangamba, Angola CNZ
Capanda Airport Capanda, Angola KNP FNCP
Catumbela Airport Catumbela, Angola CBT FNCM
Cazombo Airport Cazombo, Angola CAV FNCZ
Chitato Airport Chitato, Angola PGI FNCH
Cuito Cuanavale Airport Cuito Cuanavale, Angola CTI FNCV
Dirico Airport Dirico, Angola DRC
Dundo Airport Dundo, Angola DUE -
Huambo Airport Huambo, Angola NOV FNHU
Jamba Airport Jamba, Angola JMB
Kuito Airport Kuito, Angola SVP FNKU
Luau Airport Luau, Angola UAL FNUA
Lubango Airport Lubango, Angola SDD FNBU
Lucapa Airport Lucapa, Angola LBZ FNLK
Luena Airport Luena, Angola LUO FNUE
Lumbala Airport Lumbala, Angola GGC
Luzamba Airport Luzamba, Angola LZM FNLZ
M'Banza Congo Airport M'Banza Congo, Angola SSY FNBC
Malange Airport Malange, Angola MEG FNMA
Menongue Airport Menongue, Angola SPP FNME
N'zeto Airport N'zeto, Angola ARZ FNZE
Namibe Airport Namibe, Angola MSZ FNMO
Ndalatandos Airport Ndalatandos, Angola NDF
Negage Airport Negage, Angola GXG FNNG
Nzagi Airport Nzagi, Angola NZA FNZG
Ongiva Airport Ongiva, Angola VPE -
Porto Amboim Airport Port Amboim, Angola PBN FNPA
Saurimo Airport Saurimo, Angola VHC FNSA
Soyo Airport Soyo, Angola SZA FNSO
Sumbe Airport Sumbe, Angola NDD FNSU
Uige Airport Uige, Angola UGO FNUG
Waco Kungo Airport Waco Kungo, Angola CEO FNWK
Xangongo Airport Xangongo, Angola XGN FNXA

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).