Bhuntar Airport, alternatively known as Kullu Manali Airport or Kullu Airport, (IATA: KUU, ICAO: VIBR) is an airport located in Bhuntar in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh.
Bhuntar is considered a challenging airport for pilots because of its single runway set in a deep valley whose peaks rise several thousand feet higher than the runway. Also, the airport is located on the banks of the river Beas, and in 1995, its flash floods posed a threat to the runway. The new air terminal at Bhuntar was inaugurated in 2008, and the airport apron enlarged to park two aircraft at a time. Air India Regional suspended its operations to Kullu in July 2012 while Kingfisher Airlines ceased operations in September 2012.