As of 2019, there are 13 airports throughout the state of Idaho according to IATA and ICAO. Through the table below, you can find name of each airport, its abbreviation, city location, and size. Airports in Idaho are listed in alphabetical order. Please note that some airports serve internationally, while the other only serve domestically.
List of All Airports in Idaho
|1||Challis Airport||CHL||Challis, ID||Small|
|2||City County Airport||TWF||Twin Falls, ID||Medium|
|3||Dubois Airport||DBS||Dubois, ID||Small|
|4||Gooding Airport||GNG||Gooding, ID||Small|
|5||Gowen Field||BOI||Boise, ID||Large|
|6||Idaho Falls Regional Airport||IDA||Idaho Falls, ID||Medium|
|7||Lewiston-Nez Perce County Regional Airport||LWS||Lewiston, ID||Medium|
|8||Malad City Airport||MLD||Malad City, ID||Small|
|9||McCall Airport||MYL||McCall, ID||Medium|
|10||Pocatello Airport||PIH||Pocatello, ID||Medium|
|11||Rupert Airport||BYI||Rupert, ID||Small|
|12||Salmon Airport||SMN||Salmon, ID||Small|
|13||Sun Valley Airport||SUN||Sun Valley, ID||Medium|
The state of Idaho (pronounced áidarro) has 1.7 million residents (2016). Part of its territory is located in the Rocky Mountains. The capital is Boise.
Idaho was part of the Oregon Territory, acquired from the United Kingdom in 1846. The Idaho Territory was formed in 1863 and became a state in 1890.