Manhattan Airport

Find Manhattan Kansas airports, local, private and regional and international airports. Airports provide information about flights, departures, arrivals, times, airport delays, international airlines, and airport codes.


Leos Place Airport - 1Ks3 6521 West 71st Avenue Manhattan KS 66503 785-776-5457


Manhattan Regional Airport - MHK 5500 Skyway Drive Manhattan KS 66503 785-587-4560

N & N Airport 2340 West 60th Avenue Manhattan KS 66503 785-539-7436

Smith Airport - 43Ks 3999 Smith Hills Lane Manhattan KS 66502 785-539-4864

About Manhattan Airports

Manhattan Airports are aviation complexes that consist of runways for the take-off and landing of aircraft as well as aviation support structures in Manhattan, KS. Depending on airport size and air traffic, support structures at an airport in Manhattan may include control towers, terminals, hangars, and maintenance facilities. Other supporting services and amenities may also be available at airfields, including parking facilities, retail and dining services, hotels, and connections to other modes of transportation, such as rail or bus. The larger Manhattan airports may contain internal transportation systems to move passengers among terminals and parking areas. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) groups Manhattan non-military airports into four categories: Commercial Service Airports, General Aviation Airports, Cargo Service Airports, and Reliever Airports.

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Airports in Manhattan, Kansas

Manhattan Airports provide scheduled passenger services to at least 2,500 passengers per year. Commercial Service Airports in Manhattan, Kansas are publicly owned and are operated by Kansas or regional authorities that have the power to issue bonds for capital improvements. Commercial Airports that serve 10,000 or more passengers per year are considered Primary Commercial Service Airports. Hubs and larger airports, some of which are international airports, are Primary Commercial Service Airports.

Small Airports

General Aviation Airports are smaller, municipal public use airports that do not provide scheduled passenger services. These airports serve a wide range of aviation needs, including personal flying, air taxi and chartered service, corporate and business flights, emergency and disaster response, and tourism. Manhattan General Aviation Airports may be publicly or privately owned.

Cargo Airports

Airports that service the transport of at least 100 million pounds of cargo per year are considered Cargo Service Airports. While some Manhattan airports may function exclusively for cargo transport, many provide both commercial services and cargo transport services. In these cases, an airport may have both a Commercial Service and Cargo Service designation.

Reliever & Military Airports

Reliever Airports relieve congestion at other airports, in addition to providing general aviation services to their region. Military Air Bases support military aircraft. Some are located at or adjacent to Manhattan civilian airports and they may share certain facilities.