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
City Of Colorado Springs MuniColorado SpringsKCOS COS COS 38.805805-104.700778
Costa RicaCosta RicaSB  SDXJ -18.491256-53.167919
Costa MarquesCosta MarquesSB CQS SWCQ -12.421061-64.251644
Barra Del ColoradoCosta RicaMRBC BCL  10.768736-83.585614
Cosne Sur LoireCosne Sur LoireLFGH   47.2142.5516
Costa MarquesCosta MarquesSB  SWPB -12.251-64.251
CosalaCosalaMM  MM50 24.420569-106.702086
CosfordCosfordEGWC   52.640028-2.305578
Lux StripCosmosKZ  MN28 44.98302-94.74805
Cosklos ElkviewCarbondaleKZ  PA53 41.62703-75.52824
L. A. Times Costa MesaCosta MesaKZ  1CA7 33.69391-117.917
CosmodyneTorranceKZ  2CA1 33.84363-118.3398
CostelloOak GroveKZ  2LA7 32.96707-91.42622
Costa Mesa Police DepartmentCosta MesaKZ  42CL 33.66307-117.9042
Costello Island, IncGrahamKZ  4TA3 32.89873-98.46005
Coshocton County Memorial HospitalCoshoctonKZ  52OH 40.27063-81.84818
Costerisan FarmsBakersfieldKZ  55CL 35.26329-119.0457
Bank of America Metro CenterCosta MesaKZ  83CA 33.68808-117.8778
CostinPort St JoeKZ  A51 29.75854-85.28909

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