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Country
Airports
Afghanistan 47 (2003 est.)
Albania 11 (2003 est.)
Algeria 137 (2003 est.)
American Samoa 3 (2003 est.)
Andorra none
Angola 244 (2003 est.)
Anguilla 3 (2003 est.)
Antarctica there are no developed public access airports or landing facilities; 30 stations, operated by 16 national governments party to the Antarctic Treaty, have restricted aircraft landing facilities for either helicopters and/or fixed-wing aircraft; commercial enterprises operate two additional aircraft landing 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; aircraft landing facilities generally subject to severe restrictions and limitations resulting from extreme seasonal and geographic conditions; aircraft landing facilities do not meet ICAO standards; advance approval from the respective governmental or nongovernmental operating organization required for landing; landed aircraft are subject to inspection in accordance with Article 7, Antarctic Treaty (2003 est.)
Antigua and Barbuda 3 (2003 est.)
Argentina 1,335 (2003 est.)
Armenia 17 (2003 est.)
Aruba 1 (2003 est.)
Australia 444 (2003 est.)
Austria 55 (2003 est.)
Azerbaijan 67 (2003 est.)
Bahamas, The 63 (2003 est.)
Bahrain 4 (2003 est.)
Baker Island 1 abandoned World War II runway of 1,665 m, completely covered with vegetation and unusable (2003 est.)
Bangladesh 16 (2003 est.)
Barbados 1 (2003 est.)
Belarus 135 (2003 est.)
Belgium 42 (2003 est.)
Belize 43 (2003 est.)
Benin 5 (2003 est.)
Bermuda 1 (2003 est.)
Bhutan 2 (2003 est.)
Bolivia 1,067 (2003 est.)
Bosnia and Herzegovina 27 (2003 est.)
Botswana 85 (2003 est.)
Brazil 3,803 (2003 est.)
British Indian Ocean Territory 1 (2003 est.)
British Virgin Islands 3 (2003 est.)
Brunei 2 (2003 est.)
Bulgaria 212 (2003 est.)
Burkina Faso 33 (2003 est.)
Burma 79 (2003 est.)
Burundi 8 (2003 est.)
Cambodia 20 (2003 est.)
Cameroon 47 (2003 est.)
Canada 1,357 (2003 est.)
Cape Verde 7
note: 3 airports are reported to be nonoperational (2003 est.)
Cayman Islands 3 (2003 est.)
Central African Republic 50 (2003 est.)
Chad 50 (2003 est.)
Chile 363 (2003 est.)
China 507 (2003 est.)
Christmas Island 1 (2003 est.)
Cocos (Keeling) Islands 1 (2003 est.)
Colombia 980 (2003 est.)
Comoros 4 (2003 est.)
Congo, Democratic Republic of the 230 (2003 est.)
Congo, Republic of the 32 (2003 est.)
Cook Islands 9 (2003 est.)
Costa Rica 149 (2003 est.)
Cote d'Ivoire 37 (2003 est.)
Croatia 68 (2003 est.)
Cuba 170 (2003 est.)
Cyprus 17 (2003 est.)
Czech Republic 120 (2003 est.)
Denmark 99 (2003 est.)
Djibouti 13 (2003 est.)
Dominica 2 (2003 est.)
Dominican Republic 31 (2003 est.)
East Timor 8 (2003 est.)
Ecuador 205 (2003 est.)
Egypt 89 (2003 est.)
El Salvador 73 (2003 est.)
Equatorial Guinea 3 (2003 est.)
Eritrea 18 (2003 est.)
Estonia 29 (2003 est.)
Ethiopia 82 (2003 est.)
Europa Island 1 (2003 est.)
Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas) 5 (2003 est.)
Faroe Islands 1 (2003 est.)
Fiji 28 (2003 est.)
Finland 148 (2003 est.)
France 477 (2003 est.)
French Guiana 11 (2003 est.)
French Polynesia 49 (2003 est.)
French Southern and Antarctic Lands none
Gabon 56 (2003 est.)
Gambia, The 1 (2003 est.)
Gaza Strip 2 (2001)
note: includes Gaza International Airport (GIA), inaugurated on 24 November 1998 as part of agreements stipulated in the September 1995 Oslo II Accord and the 23 October 1998 Wye River Memorandum; GIA has been largely closed since October 2000 by Israeli orders and its runway was destroyed by the Israeli Defense Forces in December 2001 (2003 est.)
Georgia 31 (2003 est.)
Germany 550 (2003 est.)
Ghana 12 (2003 est.)
Gibraltar 1 (2003 est.)
Glorioso Islands 1 (2003 est.)
Greece 79 (note - new Athens airport at Spata opened in March 2001) (2003 est.)
Greenland 14 (2003 est.)
Grenada 3 (2003 est.)
Guadeloupe 9 (2003 est.)
Guam 5 (2003 est.)
Guatemala 452 (2003 est.)
Guernsey 2 (2003 est.)
Guinea 16 (2003 est.)
Guinea-Bissau 28 (2003 est.)
Guyana 49 (2003 est.)
Haiti 12 (2003 est.)
Holy See (Vatican City) none (2003 est.)
Honduras 115 (2003 est.)
Hong Kong 4 (2003 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 (2003 est.)
Hungary 43 (2003 est.)
Iceland 100 (2003 est.)
India 333 (2003 est.)
Indonesia 661 (2003 est.)
Iran 303 (2003 est.)
Iraq 111; note - unknown number were damaged during the March-April 2003 war (2003 est.)
Ireland 36 (2003 est.)
Israel 51 (2003 est.)
Italy 134 (2003 est.)
Jamaica 35 (2003 est.)
Jan Mayen 1 (2003 est.)
Japan 174 (2003 est.)
Jersey 1 (2003 est.)
Johnston Atoll 1 (2003 est.)
Jordan 17 (2003 est.)
Juan de Nova Island 1 (2003 est.)
Kazakhstan 392 (2003 est.)
Kenya 221 (2003 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 (2003 est.)
Kiribati 20 (2003 est.)
Korea, North 78 (2003 est.)
Korea, South 102 (2003 est.)
Kuwait 7 (2003 est.)
Kyrgyzstan 61 (2003 est.)
Laos 46 (2003 est.)
Latvia 51 (2003 est.)
Lebanon 8 (2003 est.)
Lesotho 28 (2003 est.)
Liberia 53 (2003 est.)
Libya 140 (2003 est.)
Liechtenstein none (2003 est.)
Lithuania 102 (2003 est.)
Luxembourg 2 (2003 est.)
Macau 1 (2003 est.)
Macedonia 17 (2003 est.)
Madagascar 116 (2003 est.)
Malawi 42 (2003 est.)
Malaysia 117 (2003 est.)
Maldives 5 (2003 est.)
Mali 27 (2003 est.)
Malta 1 (2003 est.)
Man, Isle of 1 (2003 est.)
Marshall Islands 15 (2003 est.)
Martinique 2 (2003 est.)
Mauritania 24 (2003 est.)
Mauritius 5 (2003 est.)
Mayotte 1 (2003 est.)
Mexico 1,827 (2003 est.)
Micronesia, Federated States of 6 (2003 est.)
Midway Islands 3 (2003 est.)
Moldova 24 (2003 est.)
Monaco none; linked to the airport at Nice, France by helicopter service (2003) (2003 est.)
Mongolia 36 (2003 est.)
Montserrat 1 (2003 est.)
Morocco 64 (2003 est.)
Mozambique 158 (2003 est.)
Namibia 136 (2003 est.)
Nauru 1 (2003 est.)
Nepal 46 (2003 est.)
Netherlands 27 (2003 est.)
Netherlands Antilles 5 (2003 est.)
New Caledonia 25 (2003 est.)
New Zealand 113 (2003 est.)
Nicaragua 176 (2003 est.)
Niger 27 (2003 est.)
Nigeria 70 (2003 est.)
Niue 1 (2003 est.)
Norfolk Island 1 (2003 est.)
Northern Mariana Islands 6 (2003 est.)
Norway 101 (2003 est.)
Oman 135 (2003 est.)
Pakistan 129 (2003 est.)
Palau 3 (2003 est.)
Palmyra Atoll 1 (2003 est.)
Panama 103 (2003 est.)
Papua New Guinea 559 (2003 est.)
Paracel Islands 1 (2003 est.)
Paraguay 880 (2003 est.)
Peru 233 (2003 est.)
Philippines 253 (2003 est.)
Pitcairn Islands none (2003 est.)
Poland 122 (2003 est.)
Portugal 66 (2003 est.)
Puerto Rico 30 (2003 est.)
Qatar 4 (2003 est.)
Reunion 2 (2003 est.)
Romania 62 (2003 est.)
Russia 2,609 (2003 est.)
Rwanda 9 (2003 est.)
Saint Helena 1 (2003 est.)
Saint Kitts and Nevis 2 (2003 est.)
Saint Lucia 2 (2003 est.)
Saint Pierre and Miquelon 2 (2003 est.)
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 6 (2003 est.)
Samoa 4 (2003 est.)
San Marino none (2003 est.)
Sao Tome and Principe 2 (2003 est.)
Saudi Arabia 204 (2003 est.)
Senegal 20 (2003 est.)
Serbia and Montenegro 45 (2003 est.)
Seychelles 15 (2003 est.)
Sierra Leone 10 (2003 est.)
Singapore 9 (2003 est.)
Slovakia 34 (2003 est.)
Slovenia 14 (2003 est.)
Solomon Islands 33 (2003 est.)
Somalia 60 (2003 est.)
South Africa 728 (2003 est.)
South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands none (2003 est.)
Spain 156 (2003 est.)
Spratly Islands 3 (2003 est.)
Sri Lanka 14 (2003 est.)
Sudan 63 (2003 est.)
Suriname 46 (2003 est.)
Svalbard 4 (2003 est.)
Swaziland 18 (2003 est.)
Sweden 255 (2003 est.)
Switzerland 65 (2003 est.)
Syria 93 (2003 est.)
Taiwan 40 (2003 est.)
Tajikistan 66 (2003 est.)
Tanzania 123 (2003 est.)
Thailand 109 (2003 est.)
Togo 9 (2003 est.)
Tokelau none; lagoon landings are possible by amphibious aircraft (2003 est.)
Tonga 6 (2003 est.)
Trinidad and Tobago 6 (2003 est.)
Tromelin Island 1 (2003 est.)
Tunisia 30 (2003 est.)
Turkey 120 (2003 est.)
Turkmenistan 69 (2003 est.)
Turks and Caicos Islands 8 (2003 est.)
Tuvalu 1 (2003 est.)
Uganda 27 (2003 est.)
Ukraine 702 (2003 est.)
United Arab Emirates 35 (2003 est.)
United Kingdom 471 (2003 est.)
United States 14,807 (2003 est.)
Uruguay 64 (2003 est.)
Uzbekistan 247 (2003 est.)
Vanuatu 30 (2003 est.)
Venezuela 368 (2003 est.)
Vietnam 19 (2003 est.)
Virgin Islands 2 (2003 est.)
Wake Island 1 (2003 est.)
Wallis and Futuna 2 (2003 est.)
West Bank 3 (2003 est.)
Western Sahara 11 (2003 est.)
Yemen 44 (2003 est.)
Zambia 109 (2003 est.)
Zimbabwe 404 (2003 est.)

This page was last updated on 30 November, 2004


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