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Airports

This page shows the value of the Airports information field for all countries in the Country Guide.

Notes on this field are available at the Information Field Notes page.

Afghanistan

46 (1999 est.)

Albania

10 (1999 est.)

Algeria

137 (1999 est.)

American Samoa

4 (1999 est.)

Andorra

none

Angola

249 (1999 est.)

Anguilla

3 (1999 est.)

Antarctica

18 (Note: 27 stations, operated by 16 national governments party to the Antarctic Treaty, have landing facilities for either helicopters and/or fixed-wing aircraft; commercial enterprises operate two additional air facilities; helicopter pads are available at 27 stations; runways at 15 locations are gravel, sea-ice, blue-ice, or compacted snow suitable for landing wheeled, fixed-wing aircraft; of these, 1 is greater than 3 km in length, 6 are between 2 km and 3 km in length, 3 are between 1 km and 2 km in length, 3 are less than 1 km in length, and 2 are of unknown length; snow surface skiways, limited to use by ski-equipped, fixed-wing aircraft,are available at another 15 locations; of these, 4 are greater than 3 km in length, 3 are between 2 km and 3 km in length, 2 are between 1 km and 2 km in length, 2 are less than 1 km in length, and 4 are of unknown length; airports generally subject to severe restrictions and limitations resulting from extreme seasonal and geographic conditions; airports do not meet ICAO standards; advance approval from the respective governmental or nongovernmental operating organization required for landing (1999 est.))

Antigua and Barbuda

3 (1999 est.)

Argentina

1,359 (1999 est.)

Armenia

11 (1996 est.)

Aruba

2 (1999 est.)

Australia

408 (1999 est.)

Austria

55 (1999 est.)

Azerbaijan

69 (1996 est.)

Bahamas, The

62 (1999 est.)

Bahrain

3 (1999 est.)

Baker Island

1 abandoned World War II runway of 1,665 m, completely covered with vegetation and unusable

Bangladesh

16 (1999 est.)

Barbados

1 (1999 est.)

Belarus

118 (1996 est.)

Belgium

42 (1999 est.)

Belize

44 (1999 est.)

Benin

5 (1999 est.)

Bermuda

1 (1999 est.)

Bhutan

2 (1999 est.)

Bolivia

1,109 (1999 est.)

Bosnia and Herzegovina

27 (1999 est.)

Botswana

92 (1999 est.)

Brazil

3,277 (1999 est.)

British Indian Ocean Territory

1 (1999 est.)

British Virgin Islands

3 (1999 est.)

Brunei

2 (1999 est.)

Bulgaria

216 (1999 est.)

Burkina Faso

33 (1999 est.)

Burundi

4 (1999 est.)

Cambodia

19 (1999 est.)

Cameroon

50 (1999 est.)

Canada

1,411 (1999 est.)

Cape Verde

6 (1999 est.)

Cayman Islands

3 (1999 est.)

Central African Republic

52 (1999 est.)

Chad

49 (1999 est.)

Chile

370 (1999 est.)

China

206 (1996 est.)

Christmas Island

1 (1999 est.)

Cocos (Keeling) Islands

1 (1999 est.)

Colombia

1,101 (1999 est.)

Comoros

4 (1999 est.)

Congo, Democratic Republic of the

232 (1999 est.)

Congo, Republic of the

36 (1999 est.)

Cook Islands

7 (1999 est.)

Costa Rica

155 (1999 est.)

Cote d'Ivoire

36 (1999 est.)

Croatia

67 (1999 est.)

Cuba

170 (1999 est.)

Cyprus

15 (1999 est.)

Czech Republic

114 (1999 est.)

Denmark

118 (1999 est.)

Djibouti

12 (1999 est.)

Dominica

2 (1999 est.)

Dominican Republic

28 (1999 est.)

Ecuador

182 (1999 est.)

Egypt

90 (1999 est.)

El Salvador

85 (1999 est.)

Equatorial Guinea

3 (1999 est.)

Eritrea

21 (1999 est.)

Estonia

5 (1997 est.)

Ethiopia

85 (1999 est.)

Europa Island

1 (1999 est.)

Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas)

5 (1999 est.)

Faroe Islands

1 (1999 est.)

Fiji

25 (1999 est.)

Finland

157 (1999 est.)

France

474 (1999 est.)

French Guiana

11 (1999 est.)

French Polynesia

45 (1999 est.)

French Southern and Antarctic Lands

none

Gabon

61 (1999 est.)

Gambia, The

1 (1999 est.)

Gaza Strip

2 (1999 est.) (Note: includes Gaza International Airport that opened on 24 November 1998 as part of agreements stipulated in the September 1995 Oslo II Accord and the 23 October 1998 Wye River Memorandum)

Georgia

28 (1994 est.)

Germany

615 (1999 est.)

Ghana

12 (1999 est.)

Gibraltar

1 (1999 est.)

Glorioso Islands

1 (1999 est.)

Greece

80 (1999 est.)

Greenland

14 (1999 est.)

Grenada

3 (1999 est.)

Guadeloupe

9 (1999 est.)

Guam

5 (1999 est.)

Guatemala

477 (1999 est.)

Guernsey

2 (1999 est.)

Guinea

15 (1999 est.)

Guinea-Bissau

30 (1999 est.)

Guyana

51 (1999 est.)

Haiti

13 (1999 est.)

Holy See (Vatican City)

none

Honduras

119 (1999 est.)

Hong Kong

3 (1999 est.)

Howland Island

airstrip constructed in 1937 for scheduled refueling stop on the round-the-world flight of Amelia EARHART and Fred NOONAN - they left Lae, New Guinea, for Howland Island, but were never seen again; the airstrip is no longer serviceable

Hungary

43 (1999 est.)

Iceland

86 (1999 est.)

India

346 (1999 est.)

Indonesia

446 (1999 est.)

Iran

288 (1999 est.)

Iraq

113 (1999 est.)

Ireland

44 (1999 est.)

Israel

58 (1999 est.)

Italy

136 (1999 est.)

Jamaica

36 (1999 est.)

Jan Mayen

1 (1999 est.)

Japan

171 (1999 est.)

Jersey

1 (1999 est.)

Johnston Atoll

1 (1999 est.)

Jordan

20 (1999 est.)

Juan de Nova Island

1 (1999 est.)

Kazakhstan

10 (1997 est.)

Kenya

230 (1999 est.)

Kingman Reef

lagoon was used as a halfway station between Hawaii and American Samoa by Pan American Airways for flying boats in 1937 and 1938

Kiribati

21 (1999 est.)

Korea, North

49 (1994 est.)

Korea, South

103 (1999 est.)

Kuwait

7 (1999 est.)

Kyrgyzstan

54 (1994 est.)

Laos

52 (1999 est.)

Latvia

50 (1994 est.)

Lebanon

9 (1999 est.)

Lesotho

29 (1999 est.)

Liberia

45 (1999 est.)

Libya

142 (1999 est.)

Liechtenstein

none

Lithuania

96 (1994 est.)

Luxembourg

2 (1999 est.)

Macau

1 (1999 est.)

Macedonia, The Former Yugoslav Republic of

16 (1999 est.)

Madagascar

133 (1999 est.)

Malawi

44 (1999 est.)

Malaysia

115 (1999 est.)

Maldives

5 (1999 est.)

Mali

28 (1999 est.)

Malta

1 (1999 est.)

Man, Isle of

1 (1999 est.)

Marshall Islands

16 (1999 est.)

Martinique

2 (1999 est.)

Mauritania

26 (1999 est.)

Mauritius

5 (1999 est.)

Mayotte

1 (1999 est.)

Mexico

1,806 (1999 est.)

Micronesia, Federated States of

6 (1999 est.)

Midway Islands

3 (1999 est.)

Moldova

26 (1994 est.)

Monaco

linked to airport in Nice, France, by helicopter service

Mongolia

34 (1994 est.)

Montserrat

1 (1999 est.)

Morocco

70 (1999 est.)

Mozambique

170 (1999 est.)

Myanmar

80 (1999 est.)

Namibia

135 (1999 est.)

Nauru

1 (1999 est.)

Nepal

45 (1999 est.)

Netherlands

28 (1999 est.)

Netherlands Antilles

5 (1999 est.)

New Caledonia

28 (1999 est.)

New Zealand

111 (1999 est.)

Nicaragua

182 (1999 est.)

Niger

27 (1999 est.)

Nigeria

71 (1999 est.)

Niue

1 (1999 est.)

Norfolk Island

1 (1999 est.)

Northern Mariana Islands

6 (1999 est.)

Norway

103 (1999 est.)

Oman

142 (1999 est.)

Pakistan

118 (1999 est.)

Palau

3 (1999 est.)

Palmyra Atoll

1 (1999 est.)

Panama

105 (1999 est.)

Papua New Guinea

492 (1999 est.)

Paracel Islands

1 (1999 est.)

Paraguay

937 (1999 est.)

Peru

234 (1999 est.)

Philippines

266 (1999 est.)

Pitcairn Islands

none

Poland

123 (1999 est.)

Portugal

66 (1999 est.)

Puerto Rico

30 (1999 est.)

Qatar

4 (1999 est.)

Reunion

2 (1999 est.)

Romania

62 (1999 est.)

Russia

2,517 (1994 est.)

Rwanda

8 (1999 est.)

Saint Helena

1 (1999 est.)

Saint Kitts and Nevis

2 (1999 est.)

Saint Lucia

2 (1999 est.)

Saint Pierre and Miquelon

2 (1999 est.)

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

6 (1999 est.)

Samoa

3 (1999 est.)

San Marino

none

Sao Tome and Principe

2 (1999 est.)

Saudi Arabia

205 (1999 est.)

Senegal

20 (1999 est.)

Serbia and Montenegro

48 (Serbia 43, Montenegro 5) (1999 est.)

Seychelles

14 (1999 est.)

Sierra Leone

10 (1999 est.)

Singapore

9 (1999 est.)

Slovakia

36 (1999 est.)

Slovenia

14 (1999 est.)

Solomon Islands

33 (1999 est.)

Somalia

61 (1999 est.)

South Africa

744 (1999 est.)

South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands

none

Spain

105 (1999 est.)

Spratly Islands

4 (1999 est.)

Sri Lanka

14 (1999 est.)

Sudan

61 (1999 est.)

Suriname

46 (1999 est.)

Svalbard

4 (1999 est.)

Swaziland

18 (1999 est.)

Sweden

256 (1999 est.)

Switzerland

67 (1999 est.)

Syria

104 (1999 est.)

Taiwan

38 (1999 est.)

Tajikistan

59 (1994 est.)

Tanzania

129 (1999 est.)

Thailand

106 (1999 est.)

Togo

9 (1999 est.)

Tokelau

none; lagoon landings by amphibious aircraft from Samoa

Tonga

6 (1999 est.)

Trinidad and Tobago

6 (1999 est.)

Tromelin Island

1 (1999 est.)

Tunisia

32 (1999 est.)

Turkey

118 (1999 est.)

Turkmenistan

64 (1994 est.)

Turks and Caicos Islands

7 (1999 est.)

Tuvalu

1 (1999 est.)

Uganda

26 (1999 est.)

Ukraine

706 (1994 est.)

United Arab Emirates

40 (1999 est.)

United Kingdom

498 (1999 est.)

United States

14,572 (1999 est.)

Uruguay

65 (1999 est.)

Uzbekistan

3 (1997 est.)

Vanuatu

32 (1999 est.)

Venezuela

366 (1999 est.)

Vietnam

48 (1999 est.)

Virgin Islands

2 (Note: international airports on Saint Thomas and Saint Croix (1999 est.))

Wake Island

1 (1999 est.)

Wallis and Futuna

2 (1999 est.)

West Bank

2 (1999 est.)

Western Sahara

12 (1999 est.)

Yemen

50 (1999 est.)

Zambia

112 (1999 est.)

Zimbabwe

459 (1999 est.)
 

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