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
TunoshnaYaroslavlUUDL IAR  57.56066740.157369
CarthageTunisDTTA TUN  36.85103310.227217
Tundra CopterFairbanksKZ  1AK9 64.8154-147.8622
Tunica MuniTunica MunicipalKZ  KUTA 34.681047-90.346661
TuntutuliakTuntutuliakKZ  Z20 60.34146-162.6656
Tunica MunicipalTunicaKZ  M97 34.69232-90.35065
TunicaTunicaKZ  30M 34.66677-90.36677
TununakTununakKZ  4KA 60.5756-165.2731
RobinsonvilleTunicaKZ  4MS1 34.81667-90.30292
Arnold FieldTunicaKZ  4MS7 34.74844-90.28083
Casino CenterTunicaKZ  4MS8 34.84006-90.32839
C.j.k.TunkhannockKZ  4PN8 41.53091-75.87825
TunjaTunjaSKTJ   5.541383-73.344494
Tunggul WulungTunggul WulungWIHL CXP  -7.645056109.033911
SkyhavenTunkhannockKZ  76N 41.52924-75.94687
Flying G RanchTunnel HillKZ  86GA 34.86786-85.06106
Tyler Memorial HospitalTunkhannockKZ  8PS9 41.57841-75.97047
TunduruTunduruHTTU   -11.05184837.336487
TuntutuliakTuntutuliakKZ  A61 60.33535-162.667

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