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
Oceana CoOceana CoKZ  KC04 43.641675-86.329242
Ocean RidgeGualalaKZ  Q69 38.8013-123.5303
Ocean SpringsOcean SpringsKZ  K5R2 30.389444-88.753444
Odell Williamson MuniOcean IsleKZ  K60J 33.908506-78.436672
Ocean Reef ClubOcean Reef ClubKZ  07FA 25.325394-80.274775
Oceana NASOceana NASKNTU NTU NTU 36.820703-76.033542
Oceanside MuniOceanside MuniKZ OCN KOKB 33.217325-117.354167
Ocean City MuniOcean City MuniKZ OCE KOXB 38.310444-75.123972
Ocean Shores MuniOcean ShoresKZ  W04 47.0037-124.1438
MartinOcean ParkKZ  WN88 46.51926-124.0324
BaineOceanwayKZ  FL20 30.52663-81.64066
BerlinOceanwayKZ  FL21 30.46302-81.6151
Ocean City MuniOcean CityKZ  26N 39.26347-74.60748
Oceano CountyOceanoKZ  L52 35.10136-120.6221
Tri-City HospitalOceansideKZ  36CL 33.18528-117.2911
HoopersOcean CityKZ  3MD3 38.3115-75.12046
65th StreetOcean CityKZ  7MD6 38.38928-75.07213
Ocean Beach HospitalIlwacoKZ  7WA9 46.3026-124.0429
Sce San OnofreOceansideKZ  88CA 33.37142-117.5609

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