Monbetsu Airport(紋別空港,Monbetsu Kūkō?) or Okhotsk Monbetsu Airport(オホーツク紋別空港,Ohōtsuku Monbetsu Kūkō?) (IATA: MBE, ICAO: RJEB), is a third class airport located 3.8 NM (7.0 km; 4.4 mi) southeast of Monbetsu, a city in the Hokkaidō prefecture of Japan. The airport is 15 minutes from the city center and accessible by bus from the Monbetsu Bus Terminal.
In fiscal year 2008, Monbetsu Airport recorded an operating loss of 273 million yen on total revenues (chiefly landing fees received from ANA) of only 26 million yen, making its operating losses the highest among the six airports operated by the Hokkaido government. In 2011, the Hokkaido government announced that landing fees would be waived for international charter flights using the airport in an attempt to lure more overseas tourists to the region.
In the winter of 2013, ANA again started services to Sapporo, flying a daily 737-700 flight to New Chitose Airport.