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
Brandis WaldpolenzNeubrandenburgEDBN   51.32816112.656931
Neuhausen Ob EckNeuhausen Ob EckEDSN   47.9765698.903931
NeubrandenburgNeubrandenburgETNU FNB  53.60216713.306
NeuburgNeuburgETSN   48.71111.2115
NeuhardenbergNeuhardenbergEDON   52.61299914.242667
Neuwirth AirstripLawtonKZ  71OK 34.57621-98.483
Sam NeuaSam NeuaVLSN NEU  20.418358104.066583
NeufchateauNeufchateauLFFT   48.2145.4326
Neuburg EgweilNeuburg EgweilEDNJ   48.4711.1326
Neumarkt (Operpfalz)NeumarktEDPO   49.17111.2656
NeumunsterNeumunsterEDHN EUM  54.0489.5656
Neustadt (Aisch)Neustadt (Aisch)EDQN   49.35410.3456
Neu FieldBasehorKZ  8KS1 39.17195-94.9808
NeuchatelNeuchatelLSGN   46.5736.5166
Neumagen (Dhron)Neumagen (Dhron)EDRD   49.516.55
Neustadt (Glewe)Neustadt (Glewe)EDAN   53.2211.37
NeuhausenNeuhausenEDAP   51.41114.254

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