León Airport (Spanish: Pista Aérea Fanor Urroz) (ICAO: MNLN) is an airfield located in León, Nicaragua.
On December 1972, a few days after the Managua earthquake, the León Airport, also known as the Aeropuerto Godoy, was used for landing aircraft with supplies and aid for the earthquake victims.
The airfield was attacked by the Sandinista guerrilla on April 27, 1979 during the final days of the insurrection against the Somoza regime.
In the early 1980 the airstrip was used primarily by light aircraft for aerial fumigation. The airfield was renovated in 2010 by the Nicaraguan Civil Aeronautics Authority (INAC).