Mississippi is a diverse state filled with a wide variety of tourist attractions and destinations. The Mississippi Delta region is touted as the birthplace of blues music and you can visit the Delta Blues Museum in Clarksdale. For Civil War history, the Vicksburg National Military Park, preserving the place where an important Civil War battle took place, is a must-see. The capital of the state is Jackson.
Browse this list of Mississippi airports to find the most convenient arrival and departure points for your flights to and from Mississippi destinations. (Mississippi airports map.)
Evers International Airport serves the capital of Mississippi, Jackson and is located about 11 miles east of downtown Jackson off I-20 at Exit 52. The airport serves five commercial airlines at three terminals.
Delta, United, American Airlines and Via Air fly directly in and out of Jackson-Evers.
The Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport serving the Mississippi Gulf Coast and is located in Gulfport, Mississippi about midway between New Orleans, Louisiana, and Mobile, Alabama.
The Gulfport-Biloxi International Airport is served by four major airlines—American, Delta, United, and Allegiant—with direct flights to Atlanta, Charlotte, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Houston, and Orlando, Florida.
The airport is located one mile South of I-10 at exit 34A to U.S. 49 South.
Tunica Municipal Airport is located east of downtown Tunica, Mississippi in the southern area of the Memphis Metropolitan Area - Off Highway 61 at Exit 7 (Third Street / Vicksburg Exit). The airport serves two small airlines as well as General Aviation aircraft.
Golden Triangle Regional Airport is located in eastern Mississippi in the area known as the Golden Triangle about midway between the towns of Columbus, Starkville and West Point, Mississippi, Approximately two miles off US Highway 82. The airport serves Delta Airlines as well as General Aviation aircraft.
The Meridian Regional Airport is located southwest of the city of Meridian in East Mississippi, just off I-20 and I-59
Meridian is served by American Airlines with daily flights to Dallas and Chicago.
The Hattiesburg-Laurel Regional Airport is located in southeastern Mississippi just off of I-59 between the towns of Hattiesburg and Laurel. The Airport offers both commercial and general aviation services.
Commercial air service is provided by SkyWest d/b/a American Eagle flying daily to Dallas-Ft. Worth (DFW) and Chicago (ORD).
The Tupelo Regional Airport is located on the northwest side of the City of Tupelo just off I-22. They are served by Contour Airlines which flies to and from Nashville, TN.
Mid-Delta Regional Airport is located in west Mississippi in the Mississippi Delta region, approximately three miles north of the center of Greenville.
It is served by one commercial airline, Boutique Air, which is subsidized by the Essential Air Service program and flies to Dallas and Atlanta.