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
Ninoy Aquino IntlManilaRPLL MNL  14.508647121.019581
Sangley Point ABManila SangleyRPLS SGL  14.495364120.904075
Manistee Co BlackerManisteeKZ  KMBL 44.272419-86.246919
Manitowoc CoManitowoc CoKZ MTW KMTW 44.128773-87.680586
ManilaManilaKZ  K40U 40.986069-109.67848
Manila MuniManila MuniKZ MXA KMXA 35.894444-90.154569
Manitowish WatersManitowish WaterKZ  KD25 46.121972-89.882333
Manito MitchellManitoKZ  C45 40.48935-89.77808
Holy Family Memorial Medical CenterManitowocKZ  WI96 44.09472-87.67648
ManingridaManingridaYMGD MNG  -12.056111134.234167
ManicoreManicoreSBMY MNX  -5.811381-61.278319
ManitouwadgeManitouwadgeCYMG YMG  49.083889-85.860556
Manitoulin East MuniManitoulin ECYEM YEM  45.842777-81.858055
ManiwakiManiwakiCYMW YMW  46.272778-75.990556
ManiManiSK  SK52 4.732144-72.323158
La NubiaManizales La NubSKMZ MZL  5.029597-75.464708
ManihiManihiNTGI XMH  -14.436764-146.070056
Manitou FieldSpencerportKZ  91NY 43.19562-77.74806
ManiitsoqSukkertoppenBGMQ JSU  65.247-52.564
ManiManiSKMN   4.5-72.16

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