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
Turkey TrackCoatesKZ  MY52 44.71858-93.04411
Coastal Systems StationPanama CityKZ  NBV 30.17409-85.75327
Miners Memorial Medical CenterCoaldaleKZ  PS07 40.82092-75.91381
Coastal Bend HospitalAransas PassKZ  TE00 27.91336-97.15916
R J DCoatesvilleKZ  00PA 39.94889-75.74695
City of CoalgateCoalgateKZ  08F 34.53176-96.23306
Coach & PaddockClintonKZ  0C9 40.63816-74.97572
Rock Creek FarmCoal GateKZ  0OK4 34.66065-96.25361
Coal Bank PassWolf CreekKZ  CD78 37.68333-107.7673
Coastal Helicopters IncPanama CityKZ  27FD 30.27214-85.52076
Yukon Charley RvrsCoal CreekKZ  L20 65.31133-143.1355
Brandywine HospitalCoatsvilleKZ  2PS6 40.00955-75.78439
Coastal Helicopter Charter IncPanama CityKZ  35FD 30.19465-85.83604
Harris RanchCoalingaKZ  3O8 36.24801-120.2376
CoariCoariSB CIZ SWKO -4.134056-63.132556
UrucuCoariSB  SWUY -4.884219-65.355433
BaisdenCoaltonKZ  4OI9 39.10368-82.61072
CoatesFort GainesKZ  79GA 31.49128-85.01659
CoastalPensacolaKZ  83J 30.53189-87.38531
CoahuayanaCoahuayanaMM  MM66 18.684561-103.675631

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