Ohio Airports

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

Airports in Ohio

List of All Airports in Ohio

# Airport Abbreviation Location Size
1 Akron/Canton Regional Airport CAK Akron, OH Large
2 Allen County Airport AOH Lima, OH Small
3 Ashtabula Airport JFN Jefferson, OH Small
4 Burke Lakefront Airport BKL Cleveland, OH Medium
5 Casement Airport PVZ Painesville, OH Small
6 Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Airport CVG Cincinnati, OH Huge
7 Clinton Field ILN Wilmington, OH Medium
8 Cuyahoga County Airport CGF Cleveland, OH Medium
9 Dayton International Airport DAY Dayton, OH Large
10 Express Airport TOL Toledo, OH Medium
11 Findlay Airport FDY Findlay, OH Small
12 Fulton International Airport AKC Canton, OH Small
13 Galion Airport GQQ Galion, OH Small
14 Griffing Sandusky Airport SKY Sandusky, OH Medium
15 Hamilton Airport HAO Hamilton, OH Medium
16 Harry Clever Airport PHD New Philadelphia, OH Medium
17 Hook Field MWO Middletown, OH Medium
18 Hopkins International Airport CLE Cleveland, OH Large
19 Huntington County Airport HTW Chesapeake, OH Medium
20 Lahm Municipal Airport MFD Mansfield, OH Medium
21 Lost Nation Airport LNN Willoughby, OH Medium
22 Memorial Airport DFI Defiance, OH Small
23 Miami University Airport OXD Oxford, OH Small
24 Montgomery Co Airport MGY Dayton, OH Medium
25 Municipal Airport LUK Cincinnati, OH Medium
26 Municipal Airport MNN Marion, OH Medium
27 Neil Armstrong Airport AXV Wapakoneta, OH Small
28 Ohio State University Airport OSU Columbus, OH Medium
29 Ohio University Airport ATO Athens, OH Medium
30 Port Columbus International Airport CMH Columbus, OH Large
31 Regional Airport PMH Portsmouth, OH Medium
32 Rickenbacker Airport LCK Columbus, OH Small
33 Springfield Airport SGH Springfield, OH Medium
34 Toledo Airport TDZ Toledo, OH Medium
35 Wooster Wayne City Airport BJJ Wooster, OH Medium
36 Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport YNG Youngstown, OH Medium
37 Zanesville Airport ZZV Zanesville, OH Small

Ohio Overview

The State of Ohio has 11.6 million residents (2015). The capital is Columbus.

In the 17th century, the first Europeans arrived in the current territory of Ohio, disputed by the English and French, until 1763, with British victory. Ohio became a state of the USA in 1803.

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