|Owner||Government of Iran|
|Operator||Iran Airports Company|
|Elevation AMSL||-61 ft / -19 m|
Source: World Aero Data
Noshahhr was one of the touristic places and the most important port cities of northern Iran during the Pahlavi era. Noshahr was named as the summer capital of Iran, therefore the airport was used as a way to serve the former royalty of Iran or foreign officials visiting Iran from Tehran. Also, the airport was constructed to serve tourists visiting Noshahr and established special flights for employees of National Iranian Oil Company to bring them from Ahwaz to Noshahr which was the closest airport to the National Iranian Oil Company hotels.
The airport's total area is about 85 hectares, with a 2,100m long runway capable of accepting medium-sized aircraft. In 2016, 470 airlifts were arranged at the airport and 33,886 kg were loaded and 335,377 passengers were flown through it. Nowadays Noshahr Airport is used for flights to Tehran-Mehrabad, Ahwaz, Bandar Abbas, Mashhad, Shiraz, Ilam.
Airlines and destinations
|Iran Air||Ilam, Tehran-Mehrabad|
|Iran Aseman Airlines||Bandar Abbas, Mashhad, Shiraz, Tehran-Mehrabad|
|Iranian Naft Airlines||Ahwaz|
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