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
YakutskYakutskUEEE YKS  62.09325129.770672
Yakima Air Terminal Mc Allister FldYakimaKYKM YKM YKM 46.568169-120.544058
YakutatYakutatPA YAK PYAK 59.503306-139.66025
East Alsek RiverYakutatKZ  AK76 59.12609-138.4067
YakatagaYakatagaKZ  CYT 60.08201-142.4935
YakutatYakutatKZ  YAK 59.50331-139.6602
YakutatYakutatKZ  2Y3 59.56248-139.7411
Yakima Valley Memorial HospitalYakimaKZ  45WA 46.59374-120.5467
Don Williams PrivateYakimaKZ  46WA 46.60901-120.6142
West ValleyYakimaKZ  48WA 46.5625-120.7767
Wilkinson RanchYakimaKZ  55WA 46.52806-120.7614
YakushimaYakushimaRJFC KUM  30.385569130.659017
Providence Medical PlazaYakimaKZ  99WA 46.59639-120.5211
YakatangaYakatangaPACY CYT  60.049-142.296
Alsek RiverYakutatKZ  A57 59.18721-138.4392
Harlequin LakeYakutatKZ  A67 59.41444-139.0251
SitukYakutatKZ  A68 59.55164-139.5092
Tanis MesaYakutatKZ  A69 59.24804-138.5037
Dangerous RiverYakutatKZ  A70 59.41277-139.1939
Yakubu GowonJosDNJO JOS  9.6398288.86905

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