Colorado Airports


As of 2019, there are 38 airports throughout the state of Colorado according to IATA and ICAO. Through the table below, you can find name of each airport, its abbreviation, city location, and size. Airports in Colorado are listed in alphabetical order. Please note that some airports serve internationally, while the other only serve domestically.

Airports in Colorado

List of All Airports in Colorado

# Airport Abbreviation Location Size
1 Animas Airpark AMK Durango, CO Small
2 Arapahoe County Airport APA Denver, CO Large
3 Aspen Airport ASE Aspen, CO Medium
4 Baca Grande Airport BCJ Baca Grande, CO Small
5 Broker Inn Airport WBI Boulder, CO Small
6 Canon City Airport CNE Canon City, CO Small
7 Colorado Springs Airport COS Colorado Springs, CO Medium
8 Craig-Moffat Airport CIG Craig, CO Small
9 Crested Butte Airport CSE Crested Butte, CO Small
10 Crosson Field STK Sterling, CO Small
11 Denver International Airport DEN Denver, CO Huge
12 Durango-La Plata Airport DRO Durango, CO Medium
13 Eagle County Airport EGE Vail, CO Medium
14 Fort Collins/Loveland Airport FNL Fort Collins, CO Medium
15 Garfield County Airport RIL Rifle, CO Small
16 Glenwood Springs Airport GWS Glenwood Springs, CO Small
17 Gunnison-Crested Butte Regional Airport GUC Gunnison, CO Medium
18 Hiltons Har H Airport WHH Boulder, CO Small
19 Jeffco Airport BJC Broomfield, CO Large
20 Lamar Field LAA Lamar, CO Small
21 Las Animas Airport TAD Trinidad, CO Small
22 Leadville Airport LXV Leadville, CO Small
23 Memorial Airport PUB Pueblo, CO Medium
24 Montezuma County Airport CEZ Cortez, CO Small
25 Montrose County Airport MTJ Montrose, CO Medium
26 Municipal Airport ALS Alamosa, CO Small
27 Municipal Airport WBU Boulder, CO Medium
28 Municipal Airport LIC Limon, CO Small
29 North Fork Valley Airport WPO Paonia, CO Small
30 Rangely Airport RNG Rangely, CO Medium
31 Salida Airport SLT Salida, CO Small
32 Steamboat Springs Airport SBS Steamboat Springs, CO Small
33 Stevens Field PGO Pagosa Springs, CO Small
34 Telluride Regional Airport TEX Telluride, CO Small
35 Walker Field GJT Grand Junction, CO Medium
36 Washington County Airport AKO Akron, CO Small
37 Weld County Airport GXY Greeley, CO Medium
38 Yampa Valley Airport HDN Hayden, CO Medium

Colorado Overview

The state of Colorado has 5 million residents (2016). The capital is Denver. Part of its territory is located in the Rocky Mountains.

Colorado was the land of the Anasazi, among other native peoples, when the Spaniards arrived. After the gold rush in the 19th century, some villages became ghost towns. It was admitted as a state of the USA in 1876.

Denver is the capital of the state of Colorado and one of the largest cities in the western United States. Denver is the commercial, financial and cultural center of the Rocky Mountains region. The City hosts many cultural events and there are many options for adventure tourism.

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