A total of 473 Public-Use airports reside within the FAA Central Regions as of 7/28/12. The following links provide a listing of airports in each Central Region State along with links to to the individual airport's Master Record (5010).

  • Iowa - 121 Public Use Airports
  • Kansas - 138 Public Use Airports
  • Missouri - 129 Public Use Airports
  • Nebraska - 85 Public Use Airports

Airport Categories

Primary Commercial Service Airport

  • A commercial service airport that have more the 10,000 passenger boardings each year. Primary airports are further defined by hub type:

Large Hub- A commercial service airport that has 1% or more of the total United States passenger boardings.

Medium Hub - A commercial service airport that has at least 0.25% but less than 1% of the total United States passenger boardings.

Small Hub - A commercial service airport that has at least 0.05% but less than 0.25% of the total United States passenger boardings.

Non-Hub Primary - A commercial service airport that has more than 10,000 passenger boardings but less that 0.05% of the total United States passenger boardings.

Non-Primary Commercial Service Airport

  • A commercial Service airport that has more than 2,500 but less than 10,000 passenger boardings each year.

Reliever Airports

  • Those airports designated by the FAA to relieve congestion at Commercial Service airports. Reliever airports must have at least 100 based aircraft or 25,000 annual itinerant operations.

General Aviation

  • All airports not designated as a commercial service or a reliever airport.