Utah Airports

As of 2019, there are 30 airports throughout the state of Utah according to IATA and ICAO. Through the table below, you can find name of each airport, its abbreviation, city location, and size. Airports in Utah are listed in alphabetical order. Please note that some airports serve internationally, while the other only serve domestically.

Airports in Utah

List of All Airports in Utah

# Airport Abbreviation Location Size
1 Blanding Airport BDG Blanding, UT Small
2 Brigham City Airport BMC Brigham City, UT Small
3 Bryce Airport BCE Bryce, UT Small
4 Bullfrog Basin Airport BFG Bullfrog Basin, UT Small
5 Cache Airport LGU Logan, UT Medium
6 Canyonlands Field CNY Moab, UT Small
7 Carbon County Airport PUC Price, UT Small
8 Cedar City Airport CDC Cedar City, UT Medium
9 Delta Airport DTA Delta, UT Small
10 Green River Airport RVR Green River, UT Small
11 Intermediate Airport HVE Hanksville, UT Small
12 Kanab Airport KNB Kanab, UT Small
13 Manti-Ephraim Airport NTJ Manti, UT Small
14 Milford Airport MLF Milford, UT Small
15 Monument Valley Airport GMV Monument Valley, UT Small
16 Mt Pleasant Airport MSD Mt Pleasant, UT Small
17 Municipal Airport FIL Fillmore, UT Small
18 Municipal Airport OGD Ogden, UT Medium
19 Municipal Airport SGU Saint George, UT Medium
20 Nephi Airport NPH Nephi, UT Small
21 Panguitch Airport PNU Panguitch, UT Small
22 Provo Airport PVU Provo, UT Medium
23 Reynolds Airport RIF Richfield, UT Small
24 Roosevelt Airport ROL Roosevelt, UT Small
25 Salt Lake City International Airport SLC Salt Lake City, UT Huge
26 Salt Lake Skypark BTF Bountiful, UT Medium
27 San Juan County Airport MXC Monticello, UT Small
28 Tremonton Airport TRT Tremonton, UT Small
29 Vernal Airport VEL Vernal, UT Small
30 Wendover Airport ENV Wendover, UT Small

Utah Overview

Utah (pronounced yutá) has 3 million residents (2016). The capital is Salt Lake City. The region is famous for its parks and impressive rock formations.

In the 18th century, Spanish missionaries settled in present-day Utah. In the early 19th century, the region was frequently visited by fur traders. Mormons arrived in the 1840s and founded Salt Lake City. Utah became a US state in 1896.

Salt Lake City is the capital, the largest city in the State of Utah and home to Salt Lake County. It is also the world headquarters of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons). They settled in the area in 1847, at the northern end of the Salt Lake Valley. In 2002, Salt Lake City hosted the Winter Olympics.