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CityCodeAirport Name
Columbus MS GTR       Golden Triangle Reg'l
Golden Triangle GTR Golden Triangle Reg'l
Greenville MS GLH Mid Delta Regional
Gulfport Biloxi GPT Gulfport-Biloxi Regional
Hattiesburg (Laurel) PIB Hattiesburg-Laurel Reg'l
Jackson MS JAN Jackson Evers Int'l
Laurel (Hattiesburg) PIB Hattiesburg-Laurel Reg'l
Meridian MEI Meridian Reg'l Airport /
Key Field
Tupelo TUP Tupelo Regional

Alexandria AEX       Alexandria Int'l
Baton Rouge BTR Baton Rouge Metro.
Birmingham BHM Birmingham Int'l
Huntsville (Decatur) HSV Huntsville Int'l Airport
Jackson TN MKL McKellar Sipes Reg'l
Little Rock LIT Adams Field
Memphis MEM Memphis International
Mobile MOB Mobile Regional
Monroe LA MLU Monroe Regional
Montgomery AB MGM Montgomery Regional
Muscle Shoals MSL Northwest Alabama Reg'l
Nashville BNA Nashville Int'l
New Orleans MSY Louis Armstrong Int'l
Panama City PFN Panama City
Bay County Int'l

There are many airports in Mississippi. However, not all Mississippi airports have regularly scheduled flights. We do not list the smallest airports, since there is no way to provide you flights from those airports.

Mississippi is a southern state of the United States. The state takes its name from the Mississippi River, which flows along the western boundary. The name itself comes from either the Ojibwe, a Native American language spoken around the river's headwaters, or some other closely related Algonquian language, meaning "great river." Other nicknames attached to Mississippi are the Magnolia State and the Hospitality State.

Most of Mississippi is part of the East Gulf Coastal Plain, and the rest of the state is made up of a section of the Mississippi Alluvial Plain. The East Gulf Coastal Plain is generally composed of low hills. Somewhat higher elevations are in the Pontotoc Ridge and the northeast. The coastline, which includes large bays at Bay Saint Louis, Biloxi, and Pascagoula, is separated from the Gulf of Mexico proper by the shallow Mississippi Sound.

Mississippi has a warm, humid climate, with long summers and short, mild winters. Mississippi is heavily forested, with over half of the state's acerage covered by wild trees (mostly pine trees, but Mississippi has an abundance of other trees (cottonwood, elm, hickory, oak, pecan, sweet gum, and tupelo). Lumber is a prevalent industry in Mississippi.

Mississippi's rank as the poorest state can be traced to the Civil War. Before the Civil War, Mississippi was the fifth-wealthiest state in the nation. A decision in 1990 to legalize casino gambling along the Mississippi River and the Gulf Coast has led to economic gains for the state. However, an estimated $500,000 per day in tax revenue was lost following Hurricane Katrina's severe damage to several coastal casinos in August 2005. Gambling towns in Mississippi include the Gulf Coast towns of Bay Saint Louis, Gulfport and Biloxi, and the Mississippi River towns of Tunica, Greenville, Vicksburg and Natchez. Before Hurricane Katrina struck the Gulf Coast, Mississippi was the second largest gambling state in the Union, ahead of New Jersey and behind Nevada. (airports)

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