Assab International Airport (IATA: ASA, ICAO: HHSB) is an international airport in Assab, the capital of the Southern Red Sea region of Eritrea.
It serves as a dual public and military facility. The airport has a 11,531 ft (3,515 m) asphalt runway. It currently receives no regular scheduled airline flights.
The airport was created during the colonial era of Italian Eritrea in the late 1930s, as a secondary airport of military support in the region.
Damaged during WW2, actually it is used only for private and military flights.
In 2017 there it is a civilian weekly flight between Assab and Massawa international Airport.