The place sits at 1,240-feet below sea level, and that’s enough to secure its title as lowest airport in the whole world. If you want to check it out for yourself you can talk to the folks over at SunAir Aviation, as they run sightseeing tours and other fun stuff out of the airport. It’s usually planes like Cessna 172s heading to and from the airfield, and they even run flights for those of you that enjoy jumping out of planes—for skydiving of course.
Those looking for an airport a little closer to home there’s always California, as Furnace Creek Airport is situated towards the eastern edge of Death Valley National Park. This one sits at around 210-feet below sea level and is the lowest in North America, but with no regularly scheduled commercial service it’ll take a little creativity to fly in or fly out.