As of 2019, there are 17 airports throughout the state of South 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 South Dakota are listed in alphabetical order. Please note that some airports serve internationally, while the other only serve domestically.
List of All Airports in South Dakota
|1||Bennettsville Airport||BTN||Bennettsville, SD||Small|
|2||Black Hills Airport||SPF||Spearfish, SD||Small|
|3||Brookings Airport||BKX||Brookings, SD||Small|
|4||Chan Gurney Airport||YKN||Yankton, SD||Small|
|5||Howes Airport||HON||Huron, SD||Small|
|6||Lemmon Airport||LEM||Lemmon, SD||Small|
|7||Madison Airport||XMD||Madison, SD||Small|
|8||Mobridge Airport||MBG||Mobridge, SD||Small|
|9||Municipal Airport||ABR||Aberdeen, SD||Medium|
|10||Municipal Airport||TTO||Britton, SD||Small|
|11||Municipal Airport||MHE||Mitchell, SD||Small|
|12||Philip Airport||PHP||Philip, SD||Small|
|13||Pierre Airport||PIR||Pierre, SD||Medium|
|14||Pine Ridge Airport||XPR||Pine Ridge, SD||Small|
|15||Rapid City Regional Airport||RAP||Rapid City, SD||Medium|
|16||Regional (Jo Foss Field) Airport||FSD||Sioux Falls, SD||Medium|
|17||Watertown Airport||ATY||Watertown, SD||Medium|
South Dakota Overview
The state of South Dakota (South Dakota) has 865 thousand residents (2016). The capital is Pierre and the largest city is Sioux Falls.
The former Dakota Territory was created in 1861. In 1889, the Territory was divided into North Dakota and South Dakota, both admitted as states of the Union that year.