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CityCodeAirport Name
Cape Girardeau CGI       Cape Girardeau Reg'l
Columbia COU Columbia Regional
Ft Leonard Wood TBN Waynesville Reg'l Airport / Forney Field
Joplin JLN Joplin Regional
Kansas City MKC All K.C. Airports
Kansas City MCI Kansas City Int'l
Kirksville IRK Kirksville Regional
Springfield (Branson) SGF Springfield Branson National
St Louis STL Lambert St Louis Int'l

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Burlington IA BRL       Southwest Iowa Reg'l
Des Moines IA DSM Des Moines Int'l
Fayetteville AR XNA       Northwest Arkansas Reg'l
Harrison AR HRO Boone County Airport
Jonesboro AR JBR Jonesboro Municipal
Lincoln NE LNK Lincoln Airport
Marion IL MWA Williamson County Reg'l
Memphis TN MEM Memphis International
Northwest AR XNA Northwest Arkansas Reg'l
Omaha NE OMA Eppley Airfield Airport
Ottumwa IA OTM Ottumwa Industrial
Paducah KY PAH Barkley Regional
Peoria IL PIA Greater Peoria Regional
Quad City MLI Quad City Int'l
Springfield IL SPI Abraham Lincoln Capital
Topeka KS TOP Philip Billard Airport
Tulsa OK TUL Tulsa International


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

Missouri, named after the Missouri Siouan Indian tribe meaning "town of the large canoes," is a central state in the United States. It is a Midwestern state, but its culture has some Southern influences, especially in the lower third of the state and away from the urban centers. The state's nickname is the Show-Me State.

The Mississippi and Missouri rivers are the two large rivers which flow through the state. North of the Missouri River lie the Northern Plains that stretch into Iowa, Nebraska and Kansas. Here, gentle rolling hills remain behind from a glacier that once had extended from the north to the Missouri River.

The Ozark plateau begins south of the river and extends into Arkansas, southeast Kansas, and northeast Oklahoma. Springfield in southwestern Missouri lies on the Ozark plateau. Southern Missouri is the home of the Ozark Mountains. It is in the Ozarks that a distinct dialect, often compared to that of residents in certain areas of Kentucky and Tennessee, still exists.

The southeastern part of the state is home to the Bootheel, part of the Mississippi Alluvial Plain or Mississippi embayment. This region is the lowest, flattest and wettest, most fertile part of the state, and among the poorest.

Major industries include aerospace, transportation equipment, food processing, chemicals, printing/publishing, electrical equipment, light manufacturing, and beer. The agriculture products of the state are beef, soybeans, pork, dairy products, hay, hemp, corn, poultry, and eggs. As of 2001, there were 108,000 farms, the second largest number in any state after Texas. Missouri also actively promotes its quickly-growing wine industry. (airports)

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