Pakuba Airfield is an airfield serving Pakuba and Murchison Falls National Park in the Nwoya District of northern Uganda. The airport is operated by the Civil Aviation Authority of Uganda. It is one of the five upcountry airports that are authorized to handle cross-border air traffic from member countries of the East African Community, as part of efforts to promote tourism within eastern Africa.
Pakuba Airfield is approximately 275 kilometres (171 mi) by air north-west of Entebbe International Airport, the country’s largest civilian and military airport. It is 15 kilometres (9 mi) north-west of Bugungu Airstrip and 72 kilometres (45 mi) west of Chobe Safari Lodge Airport, which are also within Murchison Falls National Park
Pakuba Airport is a regional airport in Pakuba, Northern Region, and Uganda. Its IATA code is PAF and is located latitude 2.20 and longitude 31.55 in Uganda and operates in EAT time zone which is the same time zone as Gulu. It has 1 scheduled arrival routes within Uganda and no international scheduled routes. The majority of traffic at this airport is non-scheduled air services and its activities include both commercial and non-commercial aviation including flying clubs, flight training, agricultural aviation and light aircraft.