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
Les EplaturesLes EplaturesLSGC   47.083856.792836
Lester StateLesterKZ  15S 47.21511-121.4623
Lester FieldInvernessKZ  MS21 33.33207-90.58203
Lester E. Cox Medical Center NorthSpringfieldKZ  MU59 37.22533-93.29074
Lesterson FieldGwinnKZ  0MI4 46.27022-87.38653
Lesikar RanchHallettsvilleKZ  1TS9 29.51694-96.84444
LeskovoLeskovoLB  LB33 43.72658327.686
Les CedresLes CedresCY  CSS3 45.3475-74.076668
Lester E. Cox Medical Center SouthSpringfieldKZ  56MU 37.14644-93.28074
Lester B Pearson IntlToronto PearsonCYYZ YYZ  43.677223-79.630556
Les PujolsPamiersLFDJ   43.0905561.695833
LesquinLilleLFQQ LIL  50.5619423.089444
Les AjoncsLa Roche Sur YonLFRI EDM  46.701944-1.378625
Les LogesNangisLFAI   48.5962193.006786
MitiliniLesbosLGMT MJT  39.05666726.598333
Les MureauxLes MureauxLFXU   48.5991.5676
Les Sables D'olonne (Talmont)Les Sables D'oloLFOO LSO  46.284-1.432
Lesparre (St Laurent Medoc)LesparreLFDU   45.115-0.5266
LessayLessayLFOM   49.122-1.3046
LesznoLesznoEPLS   51.50116.313
Lesce BledLesce BledLJBL   46.21514.104

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