List of airports in the Spratly Islands
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|Taiping Island||Taiwan||Taiping Island Airport||RCSP||2007||1,200 m (est.)||Military use only. No refueling facilities. |
|Swallow Reef||Malaysia||Layang-Layang Airport||LAC||1995||1,367 m||Dual-use concrete airport.|
|Fiery Cross Reef||China||Yongshu Airport||AG 4553||2016||3,300 m (est.)||Dual-use concrete airport.|
|Subi Reef||China||Zhubi Airport||2016||3,300 m (est.)||Dual-use concrete airport.|
|Mischief Reef||China||Meiji Airport||2016||2,700 m (est.)||Dual-use concrete airport.|
|Thitu Island (Pag-asa)||Philippines||Rancudo Airfield||RPPN||1975||1,300 m (est.)||Concrete.|
|Spratly Island (Trường Sa)||Vietnam||Trường Sa Airport||1976-77||1,200 m (est.)||Military use only. Extended from 600m to 1,200m in 2016.|
- The Taiping Island Airport was completed in December 2007, ("MND admits strategic value of Spratly airstrip." Taipei Times. 6 January 2006. p. 2 (MND is the ROC Ministry of National Defense)), and a C-130 Hercules transporter airplane first landed on the island on 21 January 2008.
- Bong Lozada (18 June 2014). "Air Force to repair Pagasa Island airstrip". Philippine Daily Inquirer. Retrieved 2016-12-26.
- "Vietnam Responds". Center for Strategic and International Studies. 2016-12-01. Retrieved 2016-12-26.
- James Hardy (London) and Sean O'Connor (Indiana) (20 Nov 2014). "China building airstrip-capable island on Fiery Cross Reef". IHS Jane's 360. Jane's Defence Weekly.