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
Wadi Al DawasirWadi Al DawasirOEWD WAE  20.50427545.199556
WaddingtonWaddingtonEGXW WTN  53.166167-0.523811
Wadena MuniWadena MuniKZ  KADC 46.450269-95.210956
Tri-CountyWadenaKZ  MN26 46.44663-95.13308
WadeRolling ForkKZ  MS35 32.98124-90.96538
Wade FieldCalhoun CityKZ  MS76 33.77289-89.24257
Wadsworth MuniWadsworth MuniKZ  K3G3 41.003056-81.756528
Wade PlantationSylvaniaKZ  GA88 32.9771-81.53622
Weltzien SkyparkWadsworthKZ  15G 41.02839-81.79847
Wadsworth-Rittman HospitalWadsworthKZ  47OI 41.02783-81.75096
WadeWatermanKZ  56LL 41.75503-88.77119
Wadi Al JandaliWadi Al JandaliHE  HE13 30.04954431.839739
Wadi Abu ShihatWadi Abu ShihatHE  HE26 26.55721933.121928
Wadi Abu RishWadi Abu RishHE  HE38 28.97569731.698939
Wadley Regional Medical CenterTexarkanaKZ  64XS 32.42932-94.03908
Wade F Maley FieldShinnstonKZ  6W0 39.40703-80.27675
Paces South FarmsWadleyKZ  82GA 32.80877-82.38527
Wadi HalfaWadi HalfaHSSW WHF  21.48231.313
WaddanWaddanHL  HL72 29.13916716.160278
Wadi Buzanad SwWadi Buzanad SwHL  HL82 28.96194417.588142

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