Moe-Jo-Daro is the third busiest Airport of the province of Sindh.
It is situated near ruins of five thousand years old civilization of Moen-Jo-Daro
on west bank of River Indus. Moe-Jo-Daro falls 28 km southwest of Larkana city.
This airport was initially started in 1967. Its runway and terminal building were
extended twice in 1973 and 1996 respectively to raise runway LCN (strength) for
operation of B-737. Runway of Airport is 6500 feet in length and 100 feet in width
accompanied by 775 FT taxiway and apron sufficient for parking of two Aircraft(s).
Capacity of departure lounge is 107 seats, arrival 24 seats, state lounge 25 and
CIP lounge 15 seats. The operation of Airport is managed by 65 staff employees and
There are five weekly passenger scheduled flights of PIAC, 02 charter scheduled
flights and also non-scheduled flights. VVIP/ VIP flights also operate at this location
The Moe-Jo-Daro airport has been providing facilities and services as per Pakistan
Civil Aviation Authority standards. People of Larkana, Qammbar, Shahdadkot, Dadu
and Jacobabad are using this airport. The airport is connected to national highway
via Larkana – Khairpur bridge and Indus highway by Larkana – Mehar road.