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
BusuangaBusuangaRPVV USU  12.121458120.100031
Busch's Fish LakeMaple GroveKZ  MN30 45.09413-93.46523
MoseleysBuskirkKZ  NY67 42.90563-73.42873
Bush FieldThompsonKZ  OI64 41.68061-81.03024
Business Center of AlabamaMontgomeryKZ  1AL7 32.3775-86.29833
Grass PatchBushnellKZ  00FA 28.64555-82.21897
Cheryl-Lane LandingsBushnellKZ  09FD 28.6711-82.0873
Busboom RlaSt JosephKZ  0LL5 40.11003-88.07838
Runyan AviationBushnellKZ  IL15 40.56532-90.54874
BusboomGiffordKZ  IL45 40.31115-88.01531
BussartDudleyKZ  IS13 39.5792-87.84864
BusseltonBusseltonYBLN   -33.6925115.395278
Ko-KeeBushnellKZ  4FL2 28.59499-82.14981
BushnellSheridanKZ  5OR2 45.10317-123.4248
BatumiBatumiUGSB BUS  41.61027841.599694
BussenSharon SpringsKZ  6KS4 38.90528-101.7838
BushWoolwineKZ  6VA9 36.84264-80.23838
BushehrBushehrOIBB BUZ  28.94481150.834637
Gimhae IntlBusanRKPK PUS  35.179528128.938222
Bushby RlaMinookaKZ  87IL 41.5167-88.26673
BusiaBusiaHKBA   0.27834.08
BusanBusanRKPP   35.103129.077

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