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
ExecutivePlymouth/cantonKZ  MI79 42.33337-83.44994
Canton Lower Alloway CreekNewport MeadowsKZ  NJ07 39.43344-75.40242
Hurlbut FieldCantonKZ  NY07 44.54583-75.16111
LockeridgeCantonKZ  OI58 40.84172-81.4379
Canton-Plymouth-MettetalPlymouthKZ  1D2 42.35004-83.45827
Dennis's Flying FarmCantonKZ  TA86 32.60596-95.93497
Canton HackneyCanton HackneyKZ  K7F5 32.586244-95.862744
Canton MuniCanton MuniKZ  K7G9 43.308889-96.571
FoltzEast CantonKZ  0OI0 40.73589-81.24677
Akron Canton RgnlAkron CantonKCAK  CAK 40.916083-81.442194
Goode FieldCantonKZ  TX43 32.50986-96.00275
Thompson FieldCantonKZ  1TA7 32.61597-95.8683
CochranCantonKZ  4MS9 32.66597-90.06764
Timken Mercy Medical CenterCantonKZ  52OI 40.81284-81.39622
Stark County SheriffCantonKZ  5D1 40.83978-81.30817
CantonCanton IPCIS CIS  -2.768122-171.710394
Stoe Creek FarmCantonKZ  7NJ2 39.48133-75.40533
BriggsCantonKZ  7OH6 40.71117-81.39706
CrossCantonKZ  91OI 40.77728-81.45873
Graham HospitalCantonKZ  97IL 40.55222-90.03667

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