As of 2019, there are 14 airports throughout the state of West Virginia according to IATA and ICAO. Through the table below, you can find name of each airport, its abbreviation, city location, and size. Airports in West Virginia are listed in alphabetical order. Please note that some airports serve internationally, while the other only serve domestically.
List of All Airports in West Virginia
|1||Beckley Airport||BKW||Beckley, WV||Medium|
|2||Benedum Airport||CKB||Clarksburg, WV||Medium|
|3||Elkins Airport||EKN||Elkins, WV||Small|
|4||Glendale Airport||GWV||Glen Dale, WV||Small|
|5||Grant County Airport||PGC||Petersburg, WV||Small|
|6||Greenbrier Airport||SSU||White Sulphur Springs, WV||Small|
|7||Greenbrier Valley Airport||LWB||Lewisburg, WV||Medium|
|8||Martinsburg Airport||MRB||Martinsburg, WV||Medium|
|9||Morgantown Airport||MGW||Morgantown, WV||Medium|
|10||Ohio County Airport||HLG||Wheeling, WV||Medium|
|11||Princeton Airport||BLF||Princeton, WV||Medium|
|12||Tri-State/Milton Airport||HTS||Huntington, WV||Medium|
|13||Wood County Airport||PKB||Parkersburg, WV||Medium|
|14||Yeager Airport||CRW||Charleston, WV||Medium|
West Virginia Overview
The state of West Virginia (West Virginia) has 1.8 million residents (2016). The capital is Charleston.
West Virginia was part of the State of Virginia, until 1861, when the Civil War was in the beginning and Virginia sought to separate itself from the Union. Delegates from the western part of the State advocated continuing in the USA. The popular vote decided to create a new state, that of West Virginia.