Eppley Airfield (IATA: OMA, ICAO: KOMA, FAA LID: OMA) is a medium hub airport three miles (5 km) northeast of the central business district of Omaha, a city in Douglas County, Nebraska, United States. It is the largest airport in Nebraska. In addition to the Omaha-Council Bluffs metropolitan area, Eppley Airfield serves eastern Nebraska, western Iowa, northern Kansas, Missouri, and South Dakota.
The airport occupies 2,650 acres (1,070 ha) and handles approximately 90 commercial flights per day. The terminal building has two concourses with 20 gates total. Midwest Airlines established a focus city at Eppley Airfield, which has expanded since that airline's merger with Frontier Airlines.
The airport is northeast of downtown Omaha in east Omaha. Although the airport is in Nebraska on the west side of the Missouri River, it is surrounded on the east, west and south by the state of Iowa: the Missouri River formerly formed an oxbow west of the land that became Eppley Airfield.