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
Cumberland MuniCumberlandKZ UBE KUBE 45.505969-91.981086
Cumberland Valley AirstripGreencastleKZ  PA66 39.81676-77.7261
Morris ManorCumbyKZ  TA06 33.16122-95.80579
AdamsCummingKZ  1GA7 34.29315-84.10963
StaffordCumberland IsKZ  GA20 30.81111-81.46667
MathisCummingKZ  GA27 34.10121-84.16103
Mc DonaldCummingKZ  GA84 34.20399-84.0513
Mexico FarmsCumberlandKZ  1W3 39.60481-78.76057
Memorial Hospital of CumberlandCumberlandKZ  2MD5 39.64286-78.75113
Sacred Heart HospitalCumberlandKZ  MD07 39.65009-78.79974
Forest LakeCumberlandKZ  ME28 43.82369-70.33006
CummingsParis HillKZ  ME44 44.28896-70.44617
CumminsCumminsYCUS   -34.208333135.641667
Cummings FieldRolling PrairieKZ  45II 41.63366-86.58585
EbeneezerCummingKZ  4GA9 34.24232-84.05713
Stoney Point FieldCummingKZ  6GA0 34.1326-84.19936
MacCummingKZ  6GA7 34.20611-84.29528
Cumberland Air Park RlaNeogaKZ  6LL1 39.31393-88.34449
CumbernauldCumbernauldEGPG   55.585-3.5846
Antonio Jose De SucreCumanaSVCU CUM  10.450333-64.130472
Cumarebo Puerto CumareboCumarebo PuertoSV   11.292-69.213

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