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
AtalayaAtalayaSPAY   -10.729117-73.766503
Comandante Fap German Arias GrazianiAntaSPHZ ATA  -9.347444-77.598392
AtaturkIstanbulLTBA ISL  40.97692228.814606
Estirao Do EquadorAtalaia Do NorteSB  SWEE -4.523783-71.560847
Palmeiras Do JavariAtalaia Do NorteSB  SWJV -5.127239-72.809986
AtahualpaIbarra AtahualpaSEIB   0.338419-78.136422
Atakpame (Akpaka)Atakpame (AkpakaDXAK   7.311.12
AtaqAtaqOYAT AXK  14.55132246.826183
AtambuaAtambuaWRKA ABU  -9.333124.9
Atauro IslandAtauro IslandWPAT AUT  -8.267125.602
AtarAtarGQPA ATR  20.506828-13.043194

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