Phetchabun Airport is a regional domestic airport located in Phetchabun in northern Thailand. It is a 45-minute drive away from the city center. It is operated by the government through the Department of Airports.
The airport is currently out of service after Nok Air ceased its regular flights from the airport to Bangkok. The nearest airport to Phetchabun province is Phitsanulok which is served by Thai AirAsia, Nok Air, and Thai Lion Air.
In 2018, reports said Chinese airline firms, property developers, and state enterprises were mulling over the development of Phetchabun Ariport along with Buri Ram and Nakhon Ratchasima airports.
The Chinese firms were said to be willing to secure low-interest loans from the Chinese government to pursue the project. As of this writing, no definite plan was yet to be announced.
Despite being a small airport, Phetchabun Airport has quite a number of facilities for passengers. Among them are dining areas, coffee shops, medical facilities, pre-paid taxi booth, information desk, a luggage-keeping booth, a baggage-wrapping desk, and a car park.