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
Coronel Carlos Ciriani Santa Rosa IntlTacnaSPTN TCQ  -18.053333-70.275833
Ingenio Santa RosaIngenio SantaMP  MP22 8.195222-80.658694
Santa Rosa Route 66Santa RosaKZ  Q58 34.93443-104.6431
Santa Rosa Northwest HospitalSan AntonioKZ  TE23 29.51106-98.58863
Santa Rosa NOLFSanta Rosa NOLFKZ  KNGS 30.610834-86.94
Santa Rosa Route 66Route 66KZ  KI58 34.934425-104.643064
Charles M Schulz Sonoma CoSanta RosaKZ STS KSTS 38.508978-122.81288
Graywood RanchSanta RosaKZ  CA39 38.43463-122.5636
Santa Rosa Memorial HospitalSanta RosaKZ  CL51 38.4438-122.7014
Santa Rosa HelistopSan AntonioKZ  XS81 29.4269-98.49974
Santa Rosa de Conlara Valle del ConlaraDel ConlaraSAOS RLO SRC -32.384669-65.186522
Santa RosaSanta RosaSAZR RSA  -36.588322-64.275694
Fazenda Santa RosaSanta RosaSB  SNAC -7.036667-50.088889
Santa RosaSanta RosaSB SRA SSZR -27.906744-54.520378
Santa Rosa De TabaliSanta RosaSCOT   -30.676525-71.400967
Coronel Artilleria Victor LarreaSanta RosaSERO   -3.435161-79.977817
Santa Rosa Medical CenterMiltonKZ  94FD 30.63436-87.06802
Santa Rosa De GuanareSanta RosaSVQU   8.749131-69.722225
Santa Rosa De BarinasSanta Rosa De BaSV   8.26-69.44
Santa Rosa De GuanareSanta Rosa De GuSV   8.451-69.442

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