Reference: Haiti Airfields 101

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CIA World Factbook-Haiti
Airports with Paved Runways
total: 4
2,438 to 3,047 m: 1
914 to 1,523 m: 3

Airports with Unpaved Runways
total: 10
914 to 1,523 m: 2
under 914 m: 8 (2009)

PilotFriend.com

ame ICAO code lat long altitude longest
runway
Cap Haiten MTCH N 19 44 W 72 12 9 4921
Cayes MTCA N 18 16 W 73 47 95 3772
Jacmel MTJA N 18 14 W 72 31 141 3936
Jeremie MTJE N 18 40 W 74 10 147 3936
Port Au Prince MTPP N 18 35 W 72 18 121 9974
Port de Paix MTPX N 19 56 W 72 51 9 2099

Wikipedia Airport List for Haiti (Live Links to Airport Specifics)

LOCATION ↓ ICAO ↓ IATA ↓ AIRPORT NAME  ↓
Cap-Haïtien MTCH CAP Cap-Haitien International Airport
Jacmel MTJA JAK Jacmel Airport
Jérémie MTJE JEE Jérémie Airport
Les Cayes MTCA CYA Les Cayes Airport
Port-au-Prince MTPP PAP Port-au-Prince International Airport (Toussaint Louverture Int’l)
Port-de-Paix MTPX PAX Port-de-Paix Airport

Cap Haitien Airport: This airport connects Haitiens to airports like Miami International Airport, Providenciales International Airport, Cibao International Airport and others in the Caribbean.

Port-de-Paix Airport (IATA: PAX, ICAO: MTPX) is in passenger numbers, the third airport in Haiti[1] and is located in the city with the same name, Port-de-Paix, on the north coast of Haiti.

Jacmel Airport: The airport is able to handle smaller commercial aircraft, but not large aircraft.[2]. However, a C-130 Hercules aircraft can land with utmost difficulty. Prior to the 12 January 2010 quake, there was no control tower at the airstrip, and its ramp area could only accommodate five aircraft at a time, [3] the runway also did not have lights,[4] and with no control tower, no radar to go with it. As such, it can only support good weather daylight operation.[5]

Jérémie Airport: This airport is served by scheduled and non-scheduled companies from Port-au-Prince.

Les Cayes Airport: This airport is served by scheduled and charter airlines from Port-au-Prince[2].

1989 Expeditionary Factors Summary-Haiti

20 Jan: Army Maj. Gen. Daniel Allyn, deputy commander of the military operation in Haiti, said a runway in the town of Jacmel, on the south coast, will open for C-17 flights in 24 hours, and another field in the neighboring country of the Dominican Republic would also be used, though the timing was uncertain.