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
Aurel VlaicuBucharestLRBS BBU  44.50319426.102111
Memorial HospitalAuroraKZ  NE84 40.86835-98.0145
Match MateAuroraKZ  NK74 42.74451-76.66356
Columbia HelicoptersAuroraKZ  OR68 45.25861-122.7653
Columbia AviationAuroraKZ  OR71 45.25056-122.7661
Aurora Regional Medical CenterAuroraKZ  1CO0 39.68832-104.8322
Aurora StateAurora StateKZ  KUAO 45.247139-122.770056
Aurora Muni Al Potter FldAuroraKZ  KAUH 40.894139-97.994556
Aurora MuniAurora MuniKARR AUZ ARR 41.771931-88.475658
Aurora AirparkAurora AirparkKZ  K01V 39.733042-104.654967
Aurora Presbyterian HospitalAuroraKZ  CO05 39.72638-104.8266
Aurora Medical Center KenoshaKenoshaKZ  WI01 42.57056-87.93611
Aurora Medical CenterTwo RiversKZ  WI06 44.12722-87.61555
Mercy Center For Health Care ServicesAuroraKZ  IL21 41.7867-88.32396
Aaron's FieldAuroraKZ  14NE 40.86251-98.06422
SimonsAuroraKZ  34CO 39.71638-104.7325
AurukunAurukunYAUR AUU  -13.353889141.720833
AureaAureaSB  SB04 -19.287419-46.511739
Elge FieldAuroraKZ  50NE 40.94001-98.07811
AurillacAurillacLFLW AUR  44.8913882.421944
AurangabadAurangabadVAAU IXU  19.86272875.398114

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