North Dakota Airports
As of 2019, there are 15 airports throughout the state of North Dakota 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 Dakota are listed in alphabetical order. Please note that some airports serve internationally, while the other only serve domestically.
List of All Airports in North Dakota
|1||Ashley Airport||ASY||Ashley, ND||Small|
|2||Bismarck Airport||BIS||Bismarck, ND||Medium|
|3||Bowman Airport||BWM||Bowman, ND||Small|
|4||Devils Lake Airport||DVL||Devils Lake, ND||Medium|
|5||Dickinson Airport||DIK||Dickinson, ND||Small|
|6||Grand Forks International Airport||GFK||Grand Forks, ND||Large|
|7||Hanus Bay Airport||HBC||Hanus Bay, ND||Small|
|8||Hector International Airport||FAR||Fargo, ND||Medium|
|9||Intermediate Airport||PMB||Pembina, ND||Small|
|10||Jamestown Airport||JMS||Jamestown, ND||Medium|
|11||Minot AFB||MIB||Minot, ND||Small|
|12||Minot International Airport||MOT||Minot, ND||Medium|
|13||Municipal Airport||VEX||Tioga, ND||Small|
|14||Sloulin Field International Airport||ISN||Williston, ND||Small|
|15||Wahpeton Airport||WAH||Wahpeton, ND||Small|
North Dakota Overview
North Dakota has 758,000 residents (2016), one of the least populous in the United States. The capital is Bismarck.
Europeans arrived in the 18th century. The former Dakota Territory was created in 1861. In 1889, the Territory was divided into North Dakota and South Dakota, both admitted as Union states that year.