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
KhanpurKhanpurOP  OP29 28.64305670.6325
KhairpurKhairpurOP  OP32 28.03606469.67485
KharanKharanOPKN   28.59719265.422547
KhatangaKhatangaUOHH HTG  71.978058102.490514
Khanty MansiyskKhanty MansiyskUSHH HMA  61.02847969.086067
NovyKhabarovskUHHH KHV  48.528044135.188361
KhalfanKhalfanOE  OE56 22.71014253.281178
KhartoumKhartoumHSSS KRT  15.58949732.553161
KhalkhalahKhalkhalahOS  OS69 33.06137536.55235
Khao E ToPrachin BuriVTBI   14.077761101.379883
Osnova IntlKharkivUKHH HRK  49.92478636.289986
Kharkiv NorthKharkiv NorthUK  UK60 50.02513936.267278
KhajurahoKhajurahoVAKJ HJR  24.81719779.918597
Khar RudKhar RudOI  OI14 35.94363950.082056
Khark IslandKhark IslandOIBQ KHK  29.26027850.323889
KharkhorinKharkhorinZMHH KHR  47.148102.496
KhatangaKhatangaUOHH HTG  71.581102.292
KhandwaKhandwaVAKD   21.51476.2
Khanh Hoa Cam Ranh IntlCam RanhVVCR CXR  11.998153109.219372
KhasabKhasabOOKB KHS  26.17098656.240569

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