The Quinhagak Airport is an airport located 3.7 kilometers east of the central business district of Quinhagak. The airport is owned by the Native Village of Kwinhagak, which is located in the Bethel Census Area of the U.S. State of Alaska. Although most U.S. Airports use the same three-letter location identifier for the IATA and the FAA, the airport's FAA code is AQH, while its IATA code is KWN. ICAO, meanwhile, follows suit with the FAA, and uses the code PAQH.
The airport has a single and small terminal, which handles all its flights and services. Security checks and other prerequisite activities are also managed here.
Services and Facilities
The airport covers an area of 123 acres or 50 hectares, set at an elevation of 42 feet above mean sea level. It also has one runway designated 12/30 with a gravel surface measuring 4,000 feet, which was expanded from its former 2,600-feet size. Airlines that serve the airport include Yute Air, with regular flights to Bethel and Eek. Previously, Grant Air and Hageland Air operate flights from the said airport.