Komatsu Airport (Komatsu Hikōjō) (IATA: KMQ, ICAO: RJNK) is an airport located 4.2 km (2.6 mi) west southwest of Komatsu Station in the city of Komatsu, Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan. It serves the southern Ishikawa Prefecture including the capital Kanazawa (which has its IATA city code QKW), and the northern Fukui Prefecture including the capital Fukui.
Japan Air Self-Defense Force Komatsu Base shares its runways with civil aviation. Its taxiways are on both sides of the runway. The inland-side taxiway is used by the JASDF and the sea-side one is used by the civil terminal. The airport is served by Boeing 747-sized airliners and is the largest airport in the Hokuriku region. It is equipped with an ILS, allowing fewer cancellation of services during the snowy winter months. Its runway surface has been completed strengthening upgrades to enable non-stop freighter flights to and from Europe and North America in late 2006.