Michigan Airports

As of 2019, there are 47 airports throughout the state of Michigan according to IATA and ICAO. Through the table below, you can find name of each airport, its abbreviation, city location, and size. Airports in Michigan are listed in alphabetical order. Please note that some airports serve internationally, while the other only serve domestically.

Airports in Michigan

List of All Airports in Michigan

# Airport Abbreviation Location Size
1 Alpena County Regional Airport APN Alpena, MI Medium
2 Ann Arbor Municipal Airport ARB Ann Arbor, MI Medium
3 Antrim County Airport ACB Bellaire, MI Small
4 Battle Creek International Airport AZO Kalamazoo, MI Large
5 Berz-Macomb Airport UIZ Utica, MI Small
6 Big Rapids Airport WBR Big Rapids, MI Small
7 Bishop Airport FNT Flint, MI Large
8 Blacker Airport MBL Manistee, MI Small
9 Cadillac Airport CAD Cadillac, MI Small
10 Chippewa County International Airport CIU Sault Ste Marie, MI Medium
11 Delta County Airport ESC Escanaba, MI Medium
12 Detroit City Airport DET Detroit, MI Medium
13 Detroit Metro Airport DTW Detroit, MI Huge
14 Dr Haines Airport HAI Three Rivers, MI Small
15 Drummond Island Airport DRE Drummond Island, MI Small
16 Emmet County Airport ECA East Tawas, MI Small
17 Emmet County Airport PLN Pellston, MI Medium
18 Ford Airport IMT Iron Mountain, MI Small
19 Gerald R. Ford International Airport GRR Grand Rapids, MI Large
20 Gladwin Airport GDW Gladwin, MI Small
21 Gogebic County Airport IWD Ironwood, MI Small
22 Gratiot Community Airport AMN Alma, MI Small
23 Houghton County Airport CMX Hancock, MI Medium
24 Jerry Tyler Memorial Airport NLE Niles, MI Small
25 Kirsch Municipal Airport IRS Sturgis, MI Small
26 Lansing Capital City Airport LAN Lansing, MI Medium
27 Lenawee County Airport ADG Adrian, MI Medium
28 Mackinac Island Airport MCD Mackinac Island, MI Small
29 Mason County Airport LDM Ludington, MI Small
30 Menominee Airport MNM Menominee, MI Small
31 Miller Field RCT Reed City, MI Small
32 Municipal Airport MOP Mount Pleasant, MI Small
33 Muskegon Airport MKG Muskegon, MI Medium
34 Otsego County Airport GLR Gaylord, MI Small
35 Park Township Airport HLM Holland, MI Small
36 Pontiac Airport PTK Pontiac, MI Large
37 Reynolds Municipal Airport JXN Jackson, MI Medium
38 Roscommon County Airport HTL Houghton, MI Small
39 Ross Field BEH Benton Harbor, MI Medium
40 Saginaw/MBS International Airport MBS Saginaw, MI Medium
41 Sawyer International Airport MQT Marquette, MI Medium
42 Schoolcraft County Airport ISQ Manistique, MI Small
43 St Clair County International Airport PHN Port Huron, MI Medium
44 Traverse City Airport TVC Traverse City, MI Large
45 Tri City International Airport SGW Saginaw, MI Small
46 Willow Run Airport YIP Detroit, MI Medium
47 WK Kellogg Regional Airport BTL Battle Creek, MI Medium

Michigan Overview

Michigan has 9.9 million residents (2016). The capital is Lansing and the largest city is Detroit.

Europeans arrived in the current territory of Michigan, in the 17th century. It became the territory of the United States in 1783, and was elevated to the status of state in 1837.

Detroit is the largest city in the state of Michigan and home to Wayne County. It is located in the southeast of the State in a strategic location in the Great Lakes region.

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