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
Mobile DowntownMobile DowntownKBFM BFM BFM 30.626783-88.068092
Moberg Air BaseBemidjiKZ  MN13 47.49606-94.95278
Riley HouseMoberlyKZ  MU50 39.41254-92.46213
Skywest AirparkMobileKZ  S26 30.68353-88.37196
Mobridge Rgnl HospitalMobridgeKZ  SD80 45.54583-100.449
Mobley-WoodParisKZ  TN76 36.30839-88.29588
Mobile RgnlMobile RgnlKMOB MOB MOB 30.691231-88.242814
MobileMobileKZ  1AZ0 33.111944-112.269167
Mobridge MuniMobridge MuniKZ MBG KMBG 45.546503-100.40792
Flying Bucket RanchMobileKZ  0AZ4 32.98227-112.2871
Usa Medical CenterMobileKZ  AL52 30.71158-88.10778
Providence HospitalMobileKZ  AL82 30.67936-88.2
MobilMerrifieldKZ  1VI0 38.86155-77.22386
Usa Knollwood HospitalMobileKZ  2AL9 30.61889-88.17028
MobilLake ArthurKZ  LA50 30.10604-94.69492
MobilMorgan CityKZ  5LA2 29.68687-91.19455
IronsMoberlyKZ  5MO1 39.3842-92.37629
FlobecMoberlyKZ  76MU 39.43059-92.43352
Mobil CameronCameronKZ  81LA 29.78522-93.32515
Moberg Air BaseBemidjiKZ  96M 47.49968-94.94528
MobaMobaFZRB BDV  -7.0629.44

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