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
Abbott Northwestern HospitalMinneapolisKZ  MN10 44.95469-93.26134
AbbottJacksonKZ  NH21 44.14812-71.16813
Davis FieldAbbevilleKZ  SC81 34.1515-82.35374
Abbeville County Memorial HospitalAbbevilleKZ  SC83 34.16028-82.38333
Rambos FieldAbbevilleKZ  SC92 34.10318-82.28179
Abbeville Chris Crusta MemAbbevilleKZ  K0R3 29.975761-92.084152
Abbeville MuniAbbevilleKZ  OJO 31.60017-85.23882
Abbeville Chris Crusta MemorialAbbevilleKZ  OR3 29.97576-92.08415
Stapleton FieldAbbottKZ  TX03 31.87516-97.06695
RiverviewAbbotsfordKZ  WI49 44.94219-90.25819
Live Oak Landing StripAbbevilleKZ  LA60 29.81688-92.11679
Ken Guidry Nr 1AbbevilleKZ  LS68 29.93465-92.21346
Ms PatsAbbevilleKZ  35LA 29.97445-92.17612
AbbotsfordAbbotsfordCYXX YXX  49.025278-122.360556
AbbevilleAbbevilleLFOI   50.1434921.831892
Abbey EtnaPerrysburgKZ  68OI 41.56477-83.60993
AbbeyshruleAbbeyshruleEIAB   53.351-7.3946
AbbottLong PineKZ  83NE 42.325-99.75596
AbbsAbbsOYBS EAB  16.00543.107
AbingdonAbingdonEGUD ABB  51.690556-1.316667

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