List of airports in Ohio

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This is a list of airports in Ohio (a U.S. state), grouped by type and sorted by location. It contains all public-use and military airports in the state. Some private-use and former airports may be included where notable, such as airports that were previously public-use, those with commercial enplanements recorded by the FAA or airports assigned an IATA airport code.

Note: Cincinnati is served by the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport located in Hebron, Kentucky and Marietta is served by the Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Airport located in Williamstown, West Virginia.

Airports[edit]

This list contains the following information:

  • City served – The city generally associated with the airport, as per the airport's master record with the Federal Aviation Administration. This is not always the actual location since some airports are located in smaller towns outside of the city they serve. It is not meant to be a complete list of cities served, which can be found in or added to each airport's Wikipedia article.
  • Airport name – The official airport name. Those shown in bold indicate the airport has scheduled passenger service on commercial airlines.
  • Role – One of four FAA airport categories, as per the 2009–2013 National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems (NPIAS) report released October 2008:
    • P-s: Commercial service – primary are publicly owned airports that receive scheduled passenger service and have more than 10,000 passenger boardings (enplanements) each year. Each primary airport is sub-classified by the FAA as one of the following four "hub" types (s):
      • L: Large hub that accounts for at least 1% of total U.S. passenger enplanements.
      • M: Medium hub that accounts for between 0.25% and 1% of total U.S. passenger enplanements.
      • S: Small hub that accounts for between 0.05% and 0.25% of total U.S. passenger enplanements.
      • N: Nonhub that accounts for less than 0.05% of total U.S. passenger enplanements, but more than 10,000 annual enplanements.
    • CS: Commercial service – nonprimary are publicly owned airports that receive scheduled passenger service and have at least 2,500 passenger boardings each year.
    • R: Reliever airports are designated by the FAA to relieve congestion at a large commercial service airport and to provide more general aviation access to the overall community.
    • GA: General aviation airports are the largest single group of airports in the U.S. airport system.
  • Enpl. – The number of enplanements (commercial passenger boardings) that occurred at the airport in calendar year 2013, as per FAA records.
City served FAA IATA ICAO Airport name Role Enpl.
Commercial service – primary airports
Akron / Canton CAK CAK KCAK Akron-Canton Regional Airport P-S 852,332
Cleveland CLE CLE KCLE Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport P-M 4,375,822
Columbus CMH CMH KCMH Port Columbus International Airport P-M 3,065,569
Columbus LCK LCK KLCK Rickenbacker International Airport P-N 17,765
Dayton DAY DAY KDAY James M. Cox Dayton International Airport P-S 1,244,841
Toledo TOL TOL KTOL Toledo Express Airport P-N 86,221
Youngstown / Warren YNG YNG KYNG Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport / Youngstown ARS P-N 47,518
Other airports with scheduled passenger service
Cincinnati LUK LUK KLUK Cincinnati Municipal Airport (Lunken Field) CS 657
Port Clinton PCW KPCW Erie-Ottawa International Airport (Carl R. Keller Field) CS
Reliever airports
Cleveland CGF CGF KCGF Cuyahoga County Airport (Robert D. Shea Field) R 46
Cleveland BKL BKL KBKL Burke Lakefront Airport R 1,103
Columbus TZR KTZR Bolton Field R 16
Columbus OSU OSU KOSU Ohio State University Airport R 28
Dayton MGY MGY KMGY Dayton-Wright Brothers Airport R 6
Hamilton HAO HAO KHAO Butler County Regional Airport R 14
Lorain / Elyria LPR LPR KLPR Lorain County Regional Airport R 4
Medina 1G5 Medina Municipal Airport R
Toledo TDZ TDZ KTDZ Toledo Executive Airport R
Willoughby LNN LNN KLNN Willoughby Lost Nation Municipal Airport R
General aviation airports
Akron AKR AKC KAKR Akron Fulton International Airport GA 1
Alliance 2D1 Barber Airport GA
Ashland 3G4 Ashland County Airport GA
Ashtabula HZY JFN KHZY Ashtabula County Airport GA
Athens / Albany UNI ATO KUNI Ohio University Airport (Snyder Field) GA 11
Barnesville 6G5 Barnesville-Bradfield Airport GA
Batavia I69 Clermont County Airport GA 1
Bellefontaine EDJ KEDJ Bellefontaine Regional Airport GA
Bluffton 5G7 Bluffton Airport GA
Bowling Green 1G0 Wood County Airport GA
Bryan 0G6 Williams County Airport GA 2
Bucyrus 17G Port Bucyrus-Crawford County Airport GA
Cadiz 8G6 Harrison County Airport GA
Cambridge CDI KCDI Cambridge Municipal Airport GA 1
Carrollton TSO KTSO Carroll County-Tolson Airport GA
Celina CQA KCQA Lakefield Airport GA 7
Chesapeake / Huntington, WV HTW HTW KHTW Lawrence County Airpark GA
Chillicothe RZT KRZT Ross County Airport GA
Circleville CYO KCYO Pickaway County Memorial Airport GA
Coshocton I40 Richard Downing Airport GA
Dayton I19 Greene County-Lewis A. Jackson Regional Airport GA
Defiance DFI DFI KDFI Defiance Memorial Airport GA 0
Delaware DLZ KDLZ Delaware Municipal Airport GA 9
East Liverpool 02G Columbiana County Airport GA 3
Findlay FDY FDY KFDY Findlay Airport GA 4
Fostoria FZI KFZI Fostoria Metropolitan Airport GA
Fremont S24 Sandusky County Regional Airport GA
Galion GQQ GQQ KGQQ Galion Municipal Airport GA
Gallipolis GAS KGAS Gallia-Meigs Regional Airport GA
Georgetown GEO KGEO Brown County Airport GA
Harrison I67 Cincinnati West Airport GA
Hillsboro HOC KHOC Highland County Airport GA
Jackson I43 James A. Rhodes Airport GA
Kelleys Island 89D Kelleys Island Land Field GA
Kent 1G3 Kent State University Airport GA
Kenton I95 Hardin County Airport GA 6
Lancaster LHQ KLHQ Fairfield County Airport GA
Lebanon I68 Lebanon-Warren County Airport GA
Lima AOH AOH KAOH Lima Allen County Airport GA
London UYF KUYF Madison County Airport GA
Mansfield MFD MFD KMFD Mansfield Lahm Regional Airport GA 70
Marion MNN MNN KMNN Marion Municipal Airport GA
Marysville MRT KMRT Union County Airport GA
McArthur 22I Vinton County Airport GA
Middle Bass Island 3T7 Middle Bass Island Airport GA
Middlefield 7G8 Geauga County Airport GA
Middletown MWO MWO KMWO Middletown Regional Airport (Hook Field) (was Hook Field Muni) GA 10
Millersburg 10G Holmes County Airport GA
Mount Gilead 4I9 Morrow County Airport GA
Mount Vernon 4I3 Knox County Airport GA
Napoleon 7W5 Henry County Airport GA
New Lexington I86 Perry County Airport GA
New Philadelphia PHD PHD KPHD Harry Clever Field GA 4
Newark VTA KVTA Newark-Heath Airport GA 16
North Bass Island 3X5 North Bass Island Airport GA
Norwalk 5A1 Norwalk-Huron County Airport GA
Ottawa OWX KOWX Putnam County Airport GA
Oxford OXD OXD KOXD Miami University Airport GA 1
Portsmouth / Minford PMH PMH KPMH Greater Portsmouth Regional Airport GA
Put-in-Bay 3W2 Put-in-Bay Airport GA
Ravenna 29G Portage County Airport GA
Sidney I12 Sidney Municipal Airport GA
Springfield SGH SGH KSGH Springfield-Beckley Municipal Airport GA 13
Steubenville 2G2 Jefferson County Airpark GA
Tiffin 16G Seneca County Airport GA
Upper Sandusky 56D Wyandot County Airport GA
Urbana I74 Grimes Field GA
Van Wert VNW KVNW Van Wert County Airport GA
Versailles VES KVES Darke County Airport GA
Wadsworth 3G3 Wadsworth Municipal Airport GA
Wapakoneta AXV AXV KAXV Neil Armstrong Airport GA
Warren 62D Warren Airport GA
Washington C.H. I23 Fayette County Airport GA 22
Wauseon USE KUSE Fulton County Airport GA
Waverly EOP KEOP Pike County Airport GA
West Union AMT KAMT Alexander Salamon Airport GA
Wilmington I66 Clinton Field GA
Woodsfield 4G5 Monroe County Airport GA
Wooster BJJ BJJ KBJJ Wayne County Airport GA
Zanesville ZZV ZZV KZZV Zanesville Municipal Airport GA
Other public-use airports (not listed in NPIAS)
Ada 0D7 Ada Airport
Akron 1D4 Mayfield Airport
Alliance 4G3 Miller Airport
Baltimore 7B4 Miller Farm Landing Strip
Beach City 2D7 Beach City Airport
Bowling Green 3D8 Bordner Airport
Brookville I62 Brookville Air-Park
Caldwell I10 Noble County Airport
Carrollton 5D6 Parsons Airport
Centerburg 6CM Chapman Memorial Field
Circleville 03I Clarks Dream Strip
Clyde 5D9 Bandit Field Airdrome
Columbia Station 4G8 Columbia Airport
Columbus 6I6 Darby Dan Airport
Columbus 04I Columbus Southwest Airport
Crooksville I84 Crooksville Airport
Dayton I73 Moraine Airpark
Dayton I44 Dahio Trotwood Airport (Dayton-New Lebanon Airport)
Deshler 6D7 Deshler Municipal Landing Strip
Elyria 1G1 Elyria Airport
Findlay 7D5 Priebe Airport
Fremont 14G Fremont Airport
Garrettsville 7D8 Gates Airport
Geneva 7D9 Germack Airport
Green Springs 82D Weiker Airport
Hiram 86D Far View Airport
Huron 88D Hinde Airport
Jamestown 14I Bloom Airport
Lagrange 92D Harlan Airfield
Leipsic R47 Ruhe's Airport
Mantua 7E3 Mills Airport
McConnelsville I71 Morgan County Airport
Middle Bass Island 3W9 Middle Bass-East Point Airport
Mount Vernon 6G4 Wynkoop Airport
Mount Victory O74 Elliot's Landing Airport
Newton Falls 41N Braceville Airport
Painesville 2G1 Concord Airpark
Pandora 6C2 Ohio Dusting Company Airport
Paulding 2H8 Paulding Airport
Phillipsburg 3I7 Phillipsburg Airport
Piqua I17 Piqua Airport (Hartzell Field)
Radnor 5E9 Packer Airport
Salem 38D Salem Airpark
Salem 8G8 Koons Airport
Sebring 3G6 Tri-City Airport
Shelby 12G Shelby Community Airport
St. Clairsville 2P7 Alderman Airport
St. Marys O12 Grand Lake St. Marys Seaplane Base
Toronto 1G8 Eddie Dew Memorial Airpark
Tremont City I54 Mad River Airport
Troy 37I Troy Skypark
Troy 1WF Waco Field
Urbana 38I Weller Airport
Wadsworth 15G Weltzien Skypark
Wakeman I64 Wakeman Airport
Waynesville 40I Red Stewart Airfield
Wellington 67D Reader-Botsford Airport
West Lafayette 80G Tri-City Airport
Willard 8G1 Willard Municipal Airport
Wilmington ILN ILN KILN Airborne Airpark
Wilmington 2B6 Hollister Field
Youngstown 4G4 Youngstown Elser Metro Airport
Youngstown 04G Lansdowne Airport
Zanesville 42I Parr Airport
Other military airports
Dayton FFO FFO KFFO Wright-Patterson Air Force Base 555
Notable former airports
Bellefontaine 7I7 Bellefontaine Municipal Airport (replacement opened 2002) [1]
Canton 5D4 Martin Airport (closed 1997) [2]
Chagrin Falls 5G1 Chagrin Falls Airport (closed 1979) [3]
Chardon 4D6 Chardon Airfield (closed 1987-1994) [4]
Cincinnati ISZ KISZ Cincinnati-Blue Ash Airport (closed 2012) [5]
Columbus 4I2 South Columbus Airport (closed 1994-2000) [6]
Freedom 7D6 Freedom Air Field (closed 2006/2007?)
Orwell 9B9 Champion Executive Airport (closed 2006/2007?)
Painesville PVZ Casement Airport (closed 2000) [7]
Sandusky SKY SKY KSKY Griffing Sandusky Airport (closed 2013)
Strongsville 1G6 Strongsville Airpark (closed 1987) [8]
Youngstown 06G Youngstown Executive Airport (closed 1994-2002) [9]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

Federal Aviation Administration (FAA):

Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT):

Other sites used as a reference when compiling and updating this list: