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
SaubakLustreKZ  15MT 48.50002-105.9006
SaureReynoldsKZ  NA02 47.70498-97.0548
SauterBismarkKZ  ND96 46.80166-100.6793
Saufley Fld NOLFPensacolaKZ NUN KNUN 30.469723-87.338056
SauerDwightKZ  08LL 41.07528-88.48917
Sault Ste Marie Muni Sanderson FldSault Ste MarieKZ  KANJ 46.479211-84.368411
ImmkeSauneminKZ  0LL8 40.83364-88.37756
Sauk Centre MuniSauk Centre MuniKZ  KD39 45.706561-94.933397
Camp 14SaugusKZ  CL78 34.5661-118.4768
RosedaleSault Ste MarieKZ  1MI6 46.3778-84.31115
Commodore CenterSausalitoKZ  22CA 37.87992-122.5136
Commodore CenterSausalitoKZ  JMC 37.87909-122.5136
SaurimoSaurimoFNSA VHC  -9.68906720.431875
Sauce ViejoSanta FeSAAV SFN  -31.711666-60.811668
Sauers-HavenNew BerlinKZ  4PA1 40.88389-76.98
SanckenSauneminKZ  51LL 40.86642-88.36005
Sault Ste MarieSault Ste MarieCYAM YAM  46.485001-84.509445
Saugeen MuniSaugeen MuniCY  CPN4 44.158333-81.062778
St FlorentSaumurLFOD XSU  47.256839-0.115142
Sauer-HarterGreenfieldKZ  79II 39.88338-85.70248
Saulieu (Liernais)SaulieuLFEW   47.1424.1566
SaulgauSaulgauEDTU   48.0189.3056
SaudarkrokurAlexanderBIKR SAK  65.44-19.35
Sauk-PrairiePrairie Du SacKZ  91C 43.29693-89.75596
SaulSaulSOOS XAU  3.368-53.122

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