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
JasionkaRzeszowEPRZ RZE  50.10995822.019
Jasmine HillJasmine HillKZ  11LS 30.976022-92.569028
Jasper Co Bell FldJasperKZ JAS KJAS 30.885708-94.034936
Jasper CoRensselaerKZ RNZ KRZL 40.9479-87.182581
Twin OaksJasperKZ  08MO 37.39561-94.28384
Big CanoeJasperKZ  0GA5 34.45481-84.28909
DrummondJasperKZ  AL06 33.51594-87.25667
Walker Regional Medical CenterJasperKZ  AL63 33.84344-87.23389
Jasper County HospitalRensselaerKZ  10II 40.93448-87.13863
Hamilton HelistopJasperKZ  FA15 30.52327-82.95652
Tgp 32JasperKZ  1TA1 30.98436-94.1377
ShakamakJasonvilleKZ  IN08 39.16949-87.19029
Jasper Ridge AirstripSpringfieldKZ  36OR 44.00333-122.88
Hinton Jasper HintonJasper HintonCY  CEC4 53.319168-117.753056
Jasper County Safety CouncilNewtonKZ  6LL7 38.98949-88.17643
JaskJaskOIZJ   25.65355657.79925
Stony BranchJasperKZ  78MU 37.29644-94.19522
Jasper County Flying ClubNewtonKZ  7LL3 38.93171-88.15698
Careferre AcresJasonvilleKZ  8II1 39.18306-87.12611

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