Airports in Vietnam, List of Vietnam Airports By City

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

Airport City, Country IATA airport code ICAO airport code
Ca Mau Airport Ca Mau, Vietnam CAH -
Cam Rahn Airport Nha Trang, Vietnam CXR -
Can Tho Airport Can Tho, Vietnam VCA -
Cape St. Jacques Airport Cape St. Jacques, Vietnam CSJ -
Catbi Airport Haiphong, Vietnam HPH VVCI
Chulai Airport Tamky-Chulai Airport, Vietnam VCL -
Coong Airport Con Dao, Vietnam VCS -
Da Nang Airport Da Nang, Vietnam DAD VVDN
Dien Bien Airport Dien Bien Phu, Vietnam DIN -
Dong Hoi Airport Dong Hoi, Vietnam VDH VVDH
Duong Dang Airport Phu Quoc, Vietnam PQC VVPQ
Ho Chi Minh City Airport Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam SGN VVTS
Kontum Airport Kontum, Vietnam KON -
Lienkhang Airport Dalat, Vietnam DLI VVDL
Long Xuyen Airport Long Xuyen, Vietnam XLO -
Na-San Airport Son-La, Vietnam SQH -
Nha Trang Airport Nha Trang, Vietnam NHA VVNT
Nhon Co Airport Quang Duc, Vietnam HOO -
Noi Bai International Airport Hanoi, Vietnam HAN VVNB
Phan Rang Airport Phan Rang, Vietnam PHA -
Phan Thiet Airport Phan Thiet, Vietnam PHH -
Phu Bai Airport Hue, Vietnam HUI VVPB
Phu Vinh Airport Phu Vinh, Vietnam PHU -
Phu-bon Airport Phu-bon, Vietnam HBN -
Phung-Duc Airport Banmethuot, Vietnam BMV VVBM
Phuoc-long Airport Phuoc-long, Vietnam VSO -
Pleiku Airport Pleiku, Vietnam PXU VVPK
Quang Ngai Airport Quang Ngai, Vietnam XNG -
Qui Nhon Airport Qui Nhon, Vietnam UIH VVQN
Rach Gia Airport Rach Gia, Vietnam VKG VVRG
Tamky Airport Tamky, Vietnam TMK -
Tho Xuan Airport Thanh Hóa, Vietnam THD VVTX
Tuy Hoa Airport Tuy Hoa, Vietnam TBB -
Van Don International Airport Van Don, Vietnam VDO VVVD
Vin Long Airport Vinh Long, Vietnam XVL -
Vung Tau Airport Vung Tau, Vietnam VTG -

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).