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
TaifTaifOETF TIF  21.48341840.544334
ShueinanTaichung ShueinaRCLG TXG  24.186269120.653775
FengninTaitungRCFN TTT  22.754986121.101681
Taichung CingcyuangangChing Chuan KangRCMQ RMQ  24.264668120.62058
SungshanTaipei SunRCSS TSA  25.069444121.551667
Chiang Kai Shek IntlTaipeiRCTP TPE  25.077731121.232822
JhihhangTaitungRCQS   22.793117121.181975
TainanTainanRCNN TNN  22.950361120.205778
TailwheelPrinevilleKZ  18OR 44.27318-120.7947
TaildraggerCambridgeKZ  OA00 40.11702-81.57124
TailwindsSt. PaulsKZ  06NC 34.8275-78.93027
Tai's LandingSpokaneKZ  WN61 47.72517-117.2802
TailwindsJupiterKZ  FD15 26.9795-80.21866
Tailskid RanchTum TumKZ  39WA 47.85194-117.7819
Tailspin AirparkWeatherfordKZ  58TX 32.65125-97.93365
TaipingHarbinZYHB HRB  45.623403126.250328
WusuTaiyuanZBYN TYN  37.746897112.628428
Las BreasTaital Las BreasSCTT TTC  -25.564278-70.375872
Taiz IntlTaizOYTZ TAI  13.68596444.139056
TaipingTaipingWMBI TPG  4.52100.43
TaishaTaishaSETH TSC  -2.224-77.302

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