Hisar Airport (IATA: HSS, ICAO: VIHR) is a public airport serving Hisar, Haryana, India. It is located 5 kilometres North-east from the city on National Highway 10.
The airfield, spread over 200 acres, was built in 1965 for the Hisar Aviation Club  which merged with Haryana Institute of Civil Aviation in 1999. The institute continues to provide flight training at the airfield with its fleet of Cessna aircraft. A privately managed service was started from Hisar to Delhi and Patiala in 1971 but was terminated after a period of six months. The Delhi Flying Club (DFC) shifted all its flying activities to Hisar from Safdarjung Airport in 2002.
In August 2012, the DGCA approved the Haryana state government's plan to develop the airport to operate domestic passenger services. Its 4,000 foot runway will be extended to 6,000 feet to accommodate turboprop aircraft like the ATR-72.