Haifa International Airport is a small international airport located in Haifa, Israel. It is located to the east of the city, close to Kishon Port and Israel Shipyards and mainly serves civilian flights, with some military usage. The airport is named after Uri Michaeli, one of the pioneers of Jewish aviation and one of the founders of aviation in Israel. Haifa Airport was established by the British Mandate in 1934, as its first international airport, originally serving the British Army and the Iraqi-British oil company, APS.
Haifa International Airport code (HFA)
Airport Name: Haifa International Airport
Airport Keywords: U Michaeli Airport
Airport (IATA) Code: HFA