Missouri Airports

As of 2019, there are 32 airports throughout the state of Missouri according to IATA and ICAO. Through the table below, you can find name of each airport, its abbreviation, city location, and size. Airports in Missouri are listed in alphabetical order. Please note that some airports serve internationally, while the other only serve domestically.

Airports in Missouri

List of All Airports in Missouri

# Airport Abbreviation Location Size
1 Butler Airport BUM Butler, MO Small
2 Cape Girardeau Airport CGI Cape Girardeau, MO Medium
3 Charles B. Wheeler Downtown Airport MKC Kansas City, MO Medium
4 Columbia Regional Airport COU Columbia, MO Medium
5 Earl Fields Memorial Airport POF Poplar Bluff, MO Small
6 Forney Army Airfield TBN Fort Leonard Wood, MO Medium
7 Havasupai Airport HAE Havasupai, MO Small
8 Joplin Airport JLN Joplin, MO Medium
9 Kansas City International Airport MCI Kansas City, MO Large
10 Lambert-St Louis International Airport STL St Louis, MO Large
11 Lee C Fine Memorial Airport AIZ Kaiser, MO Small
12 M Graham Clark Airport PLK Branson, MO Small
13 Malden Airport MAW Malden, MO Small
14 Memorial Airport JEF Jefferson City, MO Small
15 Memorial Airport SIK Sikeston, MO Small
16 Memorial Airport TRX Trenton, MO Small
17 Memorial Municipal Airport MHL Marshall, MO Small
18 Moberly Airport MBY Moberly, MO Small
19 Municipal Airport KNT Kennett, MO Small
20 Municipal Airport IRK Kirksville, MO Medium
21 National Airport RLA Rolla, MO Small
22 Neosho Airport EOS Neosho, MO Small
23 Nevada Airport NVD Nevada, MO Small
24 Osage Beach Airport OSB Osage Beach, MO Small
25 Regional Airport FAM Farmington, MO Small
26 Richards-Gebaur Airport GVW Grandview, MO Small
27 Rolla National Airport VIH Vichy, MO Small
28 Rosecrans Memorial Airport STJ St Joseph, MO Small
29 Sedalia Airport DMO Sedalia, MO Small
30 Spirit Of St Louis Airport SUS St Louis, MO Medium
31 Springfield/Branson National Airport SGF Springfield, MO Medium
32 Versailles Airport VRS Versailles, MO Small

Missouri Overview

Missouri has 6.1 million residents (2016). The capital is Jefferson City and the largest city is Kansas City.

It is believed that the French arrived in the current territory of the State of Missouri, in the 18th century. In 1803, the territory was acquired by the USA, with the purchase of great Louisiana, which also involved the territory of other current states. Missouri was established in 1821.

Kansas City is the largest city in Missouri, it is also a major industrial and commercial center. Kansas City, Missouri, and Kansas City, Kansas, are close and located in a rich farming region. It was the starting point of several colonizing expeditions in the American West, throughout the 19th century.

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