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
Pirates CovePirates CoveKZ  42KY 36.776444-88.222256
Pierre RgnlPierre RgnlKPIR PIR PIR 44.382678-100.285964
PiritibaPiritibaSB  SNTR -11.738103-40.569531
Pirenopolis CenteralPirenopolis CentSB  SB06 -15.848889-48.982589
PiraporaPiraporaSB  SNPX -17.316944-44.860278
PiracicabaPiracicabaSB QHB SDPW -22.711542-47.618186
Campo FontenellePiracunungaSBYS   -21.984561-47.334764
Pires Do RioPires Do RioSB  SWPR -17.319136-48.334792
PirNazarethKZ  6PS5 40.72676-75.3199
Pirmasens (Zweibrucken)PirmasensEDRP   49.167.2956
Pirna PratzschwitzPirna PratzschwiEDAR   50.58713.549
Pirai Do SulPirai Do SulSB  SSIS -24.325-49.553

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