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
Easton FieldHebronKZ  NE52 40.07779-97.61504
HeberligNewvilleKZ  PS02 40.16425-77.37054
Kaffie RanchHebbronvilleKZ  TA44 27.0756-98.60168
Heber Springs MuniHeber SpringsKZ HBZ KHBZ 35.511694-92.013008
Heber City Muni Russ Mcdonald FldHeber CityKZ  K36U 40.481806-111.428806
Hebron MuniHebron MuniKZ HJH KHJH 40.15225-97.586972
Barronena RanchHebbronvilleKZ  03TE 27.49114-98.66946
Barronena EastHebbronvilleKZ  TS69 27.48503-98.66196
Ty Combs FieldHebronKZ  1KY8 39.08194-84.75694
Carlson FarmsHebronKZ  II46 41.38833-87.21389
Heber AirparkGansevoortKZ  K30 43.18341-73.63317
Hebron MuniHebronKZ  2H3 46.89167-101.9982
Spring HillHebronKZ  MD35 38.43484-75.65131
River AcresHeber SpringsKZ  3AR8 35.46675-91.96681
HebbelmanChinookKZ  4U4 48.51389-109.0624
Chase AirstripHebronKZ  6NA5 46.91278-102.009
Jaeger Farm StripHebronKZ  82ND 46.98501-102.0952
M P WHebronKZ  83OI 39.95451-82.52738
Dog LegHebronKZ  9NE9 40.19445-97.56699
Buckeye ExecutiveHebronKZ  9OA5 39.9617-82.54066

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