Florida Airports

As of 2019, there are 66 airports throughout the state of Florida according to IATA and ICAO. Through the table below, you can find name of each airport, its abbreviation, city location, and size. Airports in Florida are listed in alphabetical order. Please note that some airports serve internationally, while the other only serve domestically.

Airports in Florida

List of All Airports in Florida

# Airport Abbreviation Location Size
1 Bartow Airport BOW Bartow, FL Medium
2 Bob Sikes Airport CEW Crestview, FL Medium
3 Charlotte County Airport PGD Punta Gorda, FL Medium
4 County Airport OBE Okeechobee, FL Medium
5 Craig Municipal Airport CRG Jacksonville, FL Medium
6 Cross City Airport CTY Cross City, FL Small
7 Dade Collier Airport TNT Miami, FL Small
8 Daytona Beach International Airport DAB Daytona Beach, FL Large
9 Destin Airport DSI Destin, FL Medium
10 Duke Field EGI Valparaiso, FL Medium
11 Executive Airport CLW Clearwater, FL Medium
12 Executive Airport FXE Fort Lauderdale, FL Large
13 Fort Jefferson Airport RBN Fort Jefferson, FL Small
14 Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport FLL Fort Lauderdale, FL Large
15 Ft. Walton Beach Airport VPS Valparaiso, FL Large
16 Gainesville Regional Airport GNV Gainesville, FL Medium
17 Gilbert Field GIF Winter Haven, FL Medium
18 Immokalee Airport IMM Immokalee, FL Small
19 Jacksonville International Airport JAX Jacksonville, FL Large
20 Key West International Airport EYW Key West, FL Medium
21 Leesburg Airport LEE Leesburg, FL Medium
22 Lewis Airport CDK Cedar Key, FL Small
23 Marathon Flight Strip MTH Marathon, FL Medium
24 Marco Island Airport MRK Marco Island, FL Small
25 Melbourne International Airport MLB Melbourne, FL Large
26 Merritt Island Airport COI Cocoa, FL Medium
27 Miami International Airport MIA Miami, FL Huge
28 Municipal Airport AAF Apalachicola, FL Small
29 Municipal Airport AVO Avon Park, FL Small
30 Municipal Airport ISM Kissimmee, FL Medium
31 Municipal Airport LAL Lakeland, FL Medium
32 Municipal Airport VRB Vero Beach, FL Medium
33 Naples Airport APF Naples, FL Large
34 North Perry Airport HWO Hollywood, FL Medium
35 Ocean Reef Airport OCA Ocean Reef, FL Small
36 Opa Locka Airport OPF Miami, FL Medium
37 Orlando Executive Airport ORL Orlando, FL Large
38 Orlando International Airport MCO Orlando, FL Huge
39 Orlando Sanford International Airport SFB Orlando, FL Large
40 Page Field FMY Fort Myers, FL Medium
41 Palm Beach Co Glades Airport PHK Pahokee, FL Small
42 Palm Beach County Airport LNA West Palm Beach, FL Medium
43 Palm Beach International Airport PBI West Palm Beach, FL Large
44 Panama City – Bay County International Airport PFN Panama City, FL Medium
45 Pensacola Regional Airport PNS Pensacola, FL Large
46 Perry-Foley Airport FPY Perry, FL Small
47 Pompano Beach Airport PPM Pompano Beach, FL Medium
48 Port Largo Airport KYL Key Largo, FL Small
49 Public Airport BCT Boca Raton, FL Medium
50 Sarasota Bradenton International Airport SRQ Sarasota, FL Large
51 Seaplane Base MPB Miami, FL Small
52 Sebring Air Terminal SEF Sebring, FL Medium
53 Southwest Florida International Airport RSW Fort Myers, FL Large
54 Space Center Exect. Airport TIX Titusville, FL Large
55 St Augustine Airport UST St Augustine, FL Medium
56 St Lucie County Airport FPR Fort Pierce, FL Large
57 St Petersburg International Airport PIE St Petersburg, FL Large
58 Tallahassee Regional Airport TLH Tallahassee, FL Medium
59 Tamiami Airport TMB Miami, FL Large
60 Tampa International Airport TPA Tampa, FL Large
61 Taylor Field OCF Ocala, FL Medium
62 Topp Of Tampa Airport KYO Tampa, FL Small
63 Venice Airport VNC Venice, FL Medium
64 Whitted Airport SPG St Petersburg, FL Medium
65 Witham Field SUA Stuart, FL Medium
66 Zephyrhills Airport ZPH Zephyrhills, FL Medium

Florida Overview

The State of Florida is one of the main tourist destinations in the United States, with many Brazilian tourists. Being a peninsula, its coast is surrounded by beaches and resorts. It also has many theme parks, mainly in Orlando. Florida was organized as a territory of the United States in 1822, becoming a state in 1845. The capital is Tallahassee and the largest metropolitan area is Miami.

The average temperature in the State varies, on average, between 12 ° C and 30 ° C. Despite being known as the sunny state, Florida has a rainy season that runs from May to October.


Located in the south of the state of Florida, Miami is the largest southernmost city in the United States and is the seat of Miami-Dade County. It is also the main port of entry for South Americans and one of the most frequented resorts in the USA. The Miami metropolitan area has grown a lot over the 20th century and continues to grow.


Orlando is the host city of Orange County, in the central part of the State of Florida, famous for its theme parks. Orlando is also a technological hub.

The Orlando area began to be colonized in the 1840s, around Fort Gatlin. In 1857, the City received its current name, in honor of soldier Orlando Reeves, a character in a short story about the seminole wars against indigenous people in the region. In 1971, the Walt Disney World Resort was opened 30 km from the City. In the following decades, other theme parks were built in the region.