Airports in Costa Rica, List of Costa Rica Airports By City

All the Major Airports in Costa Rica are given below. To find more information about any of these airports click on the airport name. Our database have 32 Airports in Costa Rica. Costa Rica IATA Airport Codes and ICAO Codes are listed bellow.

Airport City, Country IATA airport code ICAO airport code
Barra Colorado Airport Barra Colorado, Costa Rica BCL -
Buenos Aires Airport Buenos Aires, Costa Rica BAI MRBA
Canas Airport Canas, Costa Rica CSC -
Carrillo Airport Carrillo, Costa Rica RIK MRCR
Coto 47 Airport Coto 47, Costa Rica OTR MRCC
Drake Bay Airport Puntarenas, Costa Rica DRK MRDK
Flamingo Airport Flamingo, Costa Rica FMG -
Fortuna Airport Fortuna, Costa Rica FON -
Golfito Airport Golfito, Costa Rica GLF MRGF
Guanacaste Airport Nicoya, Costa Rica NCT -
Guanacaste Airport Santa Cruz, Costa Rica SZC -
Guapiles Airport Guapiles, Costa Rica GPL MRGP
Juan Santamaria International Airport San Jose, Costa Rica SJO MROC
Las Canas Airport Las Canas, Costa Rica LCS -
Liberia Airport Liberia, Costa Rica LIR MRLB
Limon Airport Limon, Costa Rica LIO MRLM
Los Chiles Airport Los Chiles, Costa Rica LSL MRLC
Nosara Beach Airport Nosara Beach, Costa Rica NOB MRNS
Palmur'Sur Airport Palmar, Costa Rica PMZ KPMZ
Playa Samara Airport Playa Samara, Costa Rica PLD -
Puerto Jimenez Airport Puerto Jimenez, Costa Rica PJM MRPJ
Punta Islita Airport Punta Islita, Costa Rica PBP -
Punta Renes Airport Punta Renes, Costa Rica JAP -
Quepos Airport Quepos, Costa Rica XQP MRQP
Rio Frio Airport Rio Frio, Costa Rica RFR -
San Isidro del General Airport Pérez Zeledón, Costa Rica IPZ MRSI
San Vito Airport San Vito, Costa Rica TOO MRSV
Tamarindo Airport Tamarindo, Costa Rica TNO -
Tambor Airport Tambor, Costa Rica TMU MRTR
Tobias Bolanos International Airport San Jose, Costa Rica SYQ -
Tortuquero Airport Tortuquero, Costa Rica TTQ -
Upala Airport Upala, Costa Rica UPL -

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).