|Owner||Civil Aviation Authority of Uganda|
|Elevation AMSL||2,365 ft / 721 m|
The airport is operated by the Civil Aviation Authority of Uganda. It is one of the five upcountry airports that are authorized to handle cross-border air traffic from member countries of the East African Community, as part of efforts to promote tourism within eastern Africa.
On a considerable number of cartographic materials (including Wikimapia, Google Maps, and others) Pakuba Airfield is incorrectly denoted as "Kabalega Falls Airport," a now-disused designation for "Murchison Falls."
- Pakuba Airfield, Civil Aviation Authority of Uganda, 24 February 2014, accessed 15 November 2015
- "Pakuba, Uganda (IATA: PAF, ICAO: HUPA)". Great Circle Mapper. Retrieved 8 March 2010.
- "Aerodromes". Civil Aviation Authority of Uganda. Retrieved 8 March 2010.[dead link]
- Uganda CAA - Pakuba
- Uganda Wildlife travel
- Google Maps - Pakuba