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
Dinwiddie CoPetersburgKPTB PTB PTB 37.183758-77.507389
Petersburg James A JohnsonPetersburgPAPG PSG PPSG 56.801667-132.945278
Ham-A-Lot FieldPetersburgKZ  MI48 41.83338-83.68327
PetersburgPetersburgKZ  OH29 40.90062-80.55535
Petersburg James A JohnsonPetersburgKZ  PSG 56.80165-132.9453
St Petersburg Clearwater IntlClearwater IntlKPIE PIE PIE 27.910167-82.687389
Florida Power Corp General Hq HelistopSt PetersburgKZ  02FL 27.73919-82.68176
SrmcPetersburgKZ  VA20 37.21682-77.39776
Bay Pines Veterans AdministrationSt PetersburgKZ  FD64 27.80808-82.77454
Bayfront Medical Center IncSt PetersburgKZ  2FD3 27.76336-82.64232
Whiteriver AirfieldPetersburgKZ  33IN 38.50671-87.30473
Air RahePetersburgKZ  4MI1 41.8306-83.68744
RicheyPetersburgKZ  56OH 40.90728-80.55146
Lloyd R. Roundtree Seaplane FacilityPetersburgKZ  63A 56.81132-132.9601
RiverviewPetersburgKZ  71KY 39.03478-84.87273
LadaPetersburgKZ  7MI5 41.88755-83.67661
Gradolph FldPetersburgKZ  88G 41.91977-83.73494
SolarPetersburgKZ  97IN 38.49588-87.28252

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