|Location||Memanbetsu, Ōzora, Hokkaido, Japan|
|Elevation AMSL||109 ft / 33 m|
Location in Hokkaidō
Location in Japan
Source: Japanese Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism
Memanbetsu Airport (女満別空港, Memanbetsu Kūkō) (IATA: MMB, ICAO: RJCM) is an airport in the Memanbetsu section of Ōzora, a town in Hokkaidō, Japan. The airport is close to Shiretoko National Park and consistently has over one million passengers per year.
The current airfield was opened in April 1985, replacing the original Memanbetsu Airport closer to the city centre. The runway at the new airport was extended to its current length in 2000. The airport was located in the Town of Memanbetsu until 2006, when a merger consolidated Memanbetsu and the Village of Higashimokoto into the Town of Ōzora.
In 2011, the Hokkaido government announced that landing fees would be waived for international charter flights using the airport in an attempt to lure more overseas tourists to the region.
|All Nippon Airways||Nagoya–Centrair|
|Hokkaido Air System||Sapporo–Okadama|
|Peach Aviation||Osaka–Kansai, Tokyo–Narita|
|1||Memanbetsu Airport Line||Memanbetsu Station・Yobito Station・Abashiri Prison・Abashiri Station||Abashiri Bus Terminal||Abashiri Bus||The bus routes are partly extended to Michi no Eki Abashiri（Ō～rora Terminal） when there are services of a ferry for drift ice during the winter|
|2||Memanbetsu Airport Line||Bihoro Koya（It takes 25 minutes from the bus stop to Bihoro Station）||Kitami Bus Terminal（Kitami Station (Hokkaido)）||Hokkaidō Kitami Bus|
|Memanbetsu Bihoro Line||Bihoro Station||Bihoro toge||Akan Bus||Runs only a part of season|
|3||Marimo Express||Lake Akan||Timetable is unknown until the Akan Bus announce for running this line.|
|4||Shiretoko Airport Liner||Abashiri Station・Shiretoko-Shari Station||Utoro Onsen Bus Terminal||Shari Bus and Abashiri Bus||Runs only a part of season|
It takes 20 minutes from Airport Terminal to Nishi Memanbetsu Station.