North Carolina Airports

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

Airports in North Carolina

List of All Airports in North Carolina

# Airport Abbreviation Location Size
1 Albert J Ellis Airport OAJ Jacksonville, NC Medium
2 Asheville Regional Airport AVL Asheville, NC Medium
3 Charlotte Douglas International Airport CLT Charlotte, NC Huge
4 Dare County Regional Airport MEO Manteo, NC Medium
5 Elizabeth City Airport ECG Elizabeth City, NC Medium
6 First Flight Airport FFA Kill Devil Hills, NC Medium
7 Franklin Airport LFN Louisburg, NC Medium
8 Halifax County Airport RZZ Roanoke Rapids, NC Small
9 Hatteras Airport HNC Hatteras, NC Small
10 Hickory Airport HKY Hickory, NC Medium
11 Kinston Regional Jetport ISO Kinston, NC Medium
12 Lenoir Airport MRN Morganton, NC Small
13 Lumberton Airport LBT Lumberton, NC Small
14 Maxton Airport MXE Maxton, NC Small
15 Municipal Airport EDE Edenton, NC Small
16 Municipal Airport FAY Fayetteville, NC Medium
17 Municipal Airport SVH Statesville, NC Small
18 New Bern/Craven County Regional Airport EWN New Bern, NC Medium
19 Piedmont Triad International Airport GSO High Point, NC Large
20 Pine Island Airport DUF Duck, NC Small
21 Pinehurst-S. Pines Airport SOP Southern Pines, NC Small
22 Pitt-Greenville Airport PGV Greenville, NC Medium
23 Quincy Airport MQI Quincy, NC Medium
24 Raleigh/Durham Airport RDU Raleigh, NC Large
25 Rocky Mount-Wilson Airport RWI Rocky Mount, NC Small
26 Rowan County Airport SRW Salisbury, NC Small
27 Sampson County Airport CTZ Clinton, NC Small
28 Smith-Reynolds Airport INT Winston Salem, NC Medium
29 Warren Field OCW Washington, NC Small
30 Wilgrove Air Park QWG Charlotte, NC Small
31 Wilkes County Airport IKB Wilkesboro, NC Small
32 Wilmington International Airport ILM Wilmington, NC Medium

North Carolina Overview

The state of North Carolina is bathed by the Atlantic Ocean. It has 10 million residents (2016). The capital is Raleigh.

In the 16th century, at the time of the arrival of the first European explorers, the dominant indigenous groups in the area were the Tuscaroras, Catawbas and Cherokees.

North Carolina was the land of the lost colony, the first English colony founded in the United States, after failed attempts between 1578 and 1583. Further attempts were made by Sir Walter Raleigh, starting in 1584. In 1587, he founded a colony on Roanoke Island and called it Virginia. Upon returning in 1590, Raleigh no longer found his colony and it is not known what happened.

The first lasting English colony, in the USA, was founded in the present state of Virginia, in 1607. From there, settlers came to the Albemarle Sound area in the 1650s. Carolina was created in 1663 and divided in two in the 18th century. In 1776, during the US War of Independence, North Carolina established its first state constitution. In the Civil War (1861-1865) he fought for the Union, unlike South Carolina, which joined the Confederate slavery.

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