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Airports in Cuba, List of Cuba Airports By City

All the Major Airports in Cuba are given below. To find more information about any of these airports click on the airport name. Our database have 34 Airports in Cuba. Cuba IATA Airport Codes and ICAO Codes are listed bellow.

Airport City, Country IATA airport code ICAO airport code
Antonio Maceo Airport Santiago, Cuba SCU MUCU
Baracoa Airport Baracoa, Cuba BCA MUBA
C.M. de Cespedes Airport Bayamo, Cuba BYM MUBY
Cayo Coco Airport Cayo Coco, Cuba CCC MUOC
Cayo Largo Del Sur Airport Cayo Largo Del Sur, Cuba CYO MUCL
Cienfuegos Airport Cienfuegos, Cuba CFG MUCF
Col?n Airport Col?n, Cuba QCO MUCO
Frank Pais Airport Holguin, Cuba HOG MUHG
Guantanamo Naval Air Station Guantanamo, Cuba NBW MUGM
Ign Agramonte International Airport Camaguey, Cuba CMW MUCM
Jose Marti International Airport Havana, Cuba HAV MUHA
Juan Gualberto Gomez Airport Varadero, Cuba VRA MUVR
Kawama Airport Matanzas, Cuba VRO -
La Coloma Airport La Coloma, Cuba LCL MULM
Las Brujas Airport Cayo Santa Maria, Cuba BWW MUBR
Las Tunas Airport Las Tunas, Cuba VTU MUVT
Los Canos Airport Guantanamo, Cuba GAO MUGT
Maximo Gomez Airport Ciego De Avila, Cuba AVI MUCA
Mayajigua Airport Mayajigua, Cuba MJG -
Nicaro Airport Nicaro, Cuba ICR MUNC
Orestes Acosta Airport Moa, Cuba MOA MUMO
Pinar Del Rio Airport Pinar del Rio, Cuba QPD MUPR
Playa Baracoa Airport Havana, Cuba UPB MUPB
Preston Airport Preston, Cuba PST -
Punta Alegre Airport Punta Alegre, Cuba UPA -
Punta de Maisi Airport Maisi, Cuba UMA MUMA
Rafael Cabrera Airport Nueva Gerona, Cuba GER MUNG
San Julian Airport San Julian, Cuba SNJ MUSJ
San Nicolas De Bari Airport San Nicol?s, Cuba QSN MUNB
Sancti Spiritus Airport Sancti Spiritus, Cuba USS -
Santa Clara Airport Santa Clara, Cuba SNU MUSC
Sierra Maestra Airport Manzanillo, Cuba MZO MUMZ
Siguanea Airport Siguanea, Cuba SZJ -
Trinidad Airport Trinidad, Cuba TND -

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).