Search for Airports, by Name ICAO, IATA or FAA Code

Many airports around the world have an alphanumerical reference code to identify them. IATA codes are generally three letters and are mainly used for commercial ticketing and luggage tags. ICAO codes are generally four characters long, these are used operationally for flight plans. The FAA also publishes airport codes for airfields within its territory.

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Name or Code

NameOther NameICAOIATAFAALatitudeLongitude
AlphonseAlphonseFSAL   -7.00478352.726247
Aleppo IntlAleppo IntlOSAP ALP  36.18067537.224358
AlpnachAlpnachLSMA   46.9438898.284167
Alpine CoAlpine CoKZ  KM45 38.73475-119.767056
On The RocksAlpineKZ  1CA6 32.76505-116.7225
Alpine CountyMarkleevilleKZ  Q82 38.73602-119.7663
Terlingua RanchAlpineKZ  1E2 29.4502-103.3985
Alpine Casparis MuniAlpine CasparisKZ ALE KE38 30.384222-103.683583
AlpineAlpineKZ  K46U 43.184644-111.042433
Alpine RangeEvermanKZ  00TS 32.60764-97.24196
Alpha HotelCloverKZ  07VA 36.81958-78.78307
Alpena Co RgnlAlpena Co RgnlKAPN APN APN 45.078068-83.560287
Alpine AirstripDeadhorseKZ  AK15 70.34428-150.9447
Alpha HotelWebsterKZ  WS81 45.948-92.10852
Chukkar FarmAlpharettaKZ  2GE5 34.19778-84.31944
Kayutah LakeAlpineKZ  2NY9 42.37008-76.72245
AlphaAlphaYAPH ABH  -23.646111146.583611
02 RanchAlpineKZ  46TE 29.8749-103.6971
Taurus MesaAlpineKZ  4TE4 29.62102-103.6794
Silver City AirparkAlpenaKZ  53M 45.13235-83.44803

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