List of airports in Nicaragua

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List of airports in Nicaragua , sorted by location.

Nicaragua Country in Central America

Nicaragua, officially the Republic of Nicaragua, is the largest country in the Central American isthmus, bordered by Honduras to the northwest, the Caribbean to the east, Costa Rica to the south, and the Pacific Ocean to the southwest. Managua is the country's capital and largest city and is also the third-largest city in Central America, behind Tegucigalpa and Guatemala City. The multi-ethnic population of six million includes people of indigenous, European, African, and Asian heritage. The main language is Spanish. Indigenous tribes on the Mosquito Coast speak their own languages and English.

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City served Department ICAO IATA Airport name
International airports [1]
Managua Managua MNMGMGA Augusto C. Sandino International Airport
Bilwi RAAN MNPCPUZ Puerto Cabezas Airport
Bluefields RAAS MNBLBEF Bluefields Airport
Chinandega Chinandega MNCH Chinandega Airport (Germán Pomares Ordoñez)
Corn Island RAAS MNCIRNI Corn Island Airport
San Carlos Río San Juan MNSCNCR San Carlos Airport
Tola Rivas MNCEECI Costa Esmeralda Airport
Domestic airports
Bonanza RAAN MNBZBZA San Pedro Airport
Rosita RAAN MNRTRFS Rosita Airport
San Juan de Nicaragua Río San Juan MNSN San Juan de Nicaragua Airport
Siuna RAAN MNSISIU Siuna Airport
Waspam RAAN MNWPWSP Waspam Airport
Nueva Guinea RAAS MNNGNVG Nueva Guinea Airport - closed
Other airports
Alamikamba, Prinzapolka RAAN MNAL Alamikamba Airport
El Bluff RAAN MNFF El Bluff Airport - Closed
El Castillo Río San Juan MNPA Palcasa Airport
Juigalpa Chontales MNHG Hato Grande Airport
Juigalpa Chontales MNPG Pikin Guerrero Airport
Karawala, Desembocadura de la Cruz de Río Grande RAAS MNKW Karawala Airport
La Cumplida, Matagalpa Matagalpa MNMT La Cumplida Airport
La Esperanza RAAS MNEP La Esperanza Airport
Las Lajas Granada MNLL Las Lajas Airport
León León MNLN León Airport
León León MNPP El Papalonal Airport
Los Brasiles, Mateare Managua MNBR Los Brasiles Airport
Moyogalpa Rivas MNLPOMT Ometepe Airport
San Francisco Libre Managua MNFC Punta Huete Airport (Panchito)
San Juan del Sur Rivas MNRV Morgan's Rock Airport
San Lorenzo Boaco MNAM Altamira Airport
San Rafael del Sur Managua MNMR Montelimar Airport
Airports with unverified coordinates
Estelí Estelí MNES Estelí Airport
Juigalpa Chontales MNFM Fertimar Airport
Waspado, Siuna RAAN MNMP Mapinicsa Airport

See also

Transport in Nicaragua revolves around road, air and water transport modalities.

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