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
NelsonNelsonNZNS NSN  -41.298333173.221111
Nelson LagoonNelson LagoonPAOU NLG POUL 56.007536-161.160367
NelsonBuchananKZ  MI72 41.85004-86.35001
NelsonHaxby / Ft PeckKZ  MT58 47.76667-106.1881
NelsonAmeniaKZ  ND01 47.04581-97.18648
Eldorado SubstationNelsonKZ  NV37 35.79443-115.0108
Nelson RanchMaupinKZ  19OR 45.10956-121.2237
Nelson's RunMercerKZ  39PN 41.21589-80.19756
Nelson PizzaniNelson PizzaniSB  SIWE -27.212736-50.956528
Nelson WeberModestoKZ  4LL6 39.48949-89.95427
NelsonNelsonCZNL ZNL  49.494167-117.300556
Fort NelsonFort NelsonCYYE YYE  58.836389-122.596944
NelsonMorrisKZ  53IS 41.41809-88.47229
NelsonBoelusKZ  59NE 41.08112-98.62952
Nelson PrivateLitchvilleKZ  5ND5 46.53386-98.14926
Nelson PrivateBrownsKZ  60IS 38.4006-87.98865
NelsonScrantonKZ  7ND3 45.95-103.0921
Deer Run Air FieldNelsonKZ  7NK1 42.94305-75.75361
NelsonCarlinvilleKZ  8IS1 39.30782-89.99316
Lake Station Nelson LakesLake Station NelNZLE   -41.456172.448

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