Kansas Airports

As of 2019, there are 37 airports throughout the state of Kansas according to IATA and ICAO. Through the table below, you can find name of each airport, its abbreviation, city location, and size. Airports in Kansas are listed in alphabetical order. Please note that some airports serve internationally, while the other only serve domestically.

Airports in Kansas

List of All Airports in Kansas

# Airport Abbreviation Location Size
1 Ada Airport ADT Ada, KS Small
2 Anthony Airport ANY Anthony, KS Small
3 Arkansas City Airport WLD Winfield, KS Small
4 Beech Airport BEC Wichita, KS Small
5 Blosser Municipal Airport CNK Concordia, KS Small
6 Cessna Aircraft Field CEA Wichita, KS Small
7 City-County Airport EWK Newton, KS Medium
8 Dodge City Municipal Airport DDC Dodge City, KS Medium
9 El Dorado Airport EDK El Dorado, KS Small
10 Emporia Airport EMP Emporia, KS Small
11 Fairfax Municipal Airport KCK Kansas City, KS Small
12 Great Bend Airport GBD Great Bend, KS Medium
13 Hill City Airport HLC Hill City, KS Small
14 Hutchinson Airport HUT Hutchinson, KS Medium
15 Independence Airport IDP Independence, KS Small
16 Johnson Executive Airport OJC Kansas City, KS Medium
17 Johnson Industrial Airport JCI Kansas City, KS Medium
18 Lawrence Airport LWC Lawrence, KS Small
19 Martin Johnson Airport CNU Chanute, KS Small
20 McPherson Airport MPR McPherson, KS Medium
21 Meadville Airport MEJ Meadville, KS Small
22 Municipal Airport CFV Coffeyville, KS Small
23 Municipal Airport CBK Colby, KS Small
24 Municipal Airport FSK Fort Scott, KS Small
25 Municipal Airport GCK Garden City, KS Medium
26 Municipal Airport HYS Hays, KS Medium
27 Municipal Airport LBL Liberal, KS Medium
28 Municipal Airport MHK Manhattan, KS Medium
29 Municipal Airport PTS Pittsburg, KS Small
30 Philip Billard Airport TOP Topeka, KS Medium
31 Pratt Airport PTT Pratt, KS Small
32 Renner Field GLD Goodland, KS Medium
33 Rice County Municipal Airport LYO Lyons, KS Small
34 Russell Airport RSL Russell, KS Small
35 Salina Airport SLN Salina, KS Medium
36 Tri-City Airport PPF Parsons, KS Small
37 Wichita Mid-Continent Airport ICT Wichita, KS Large

Kansas Overview

The state of Kansas has 2.9 million residents (2016). The capital is Topeka and the largest city is Wichita.

In the 16th century, Spaniards were the first Europeans to explore Kansas territory. The French arrived in the 17th century. The region came under the control of the United States in 1803 as part of the Louisiana.

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