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
ErkiletKayseriLTAU ASR  38.77038635.495428
KaypodHarperKZ  SN70 37.25141-97.95451
Kay RanchWinonaKZ  TA61 32.47348-95.16578
KayentaKayentaKZ  K0V7 36.709721-110.236797
Palatka Muni Lt Kay Larkin FldKay LarkinKZ  K28J 29.658619-81.688892
KayRogersvilleKZ  1TN2 36.44593-83.11239
Kay AirMooresvilleKZ  20II 39.58722-86.27556
Kayutah LakeAlpineKZ  2NY9 42.37008-76.72245
Kay FieldWolflakeKZ  61II 41.36255-85.47776
GosneyKayceeKZ  78V 43.72219-106.6673
KayserbergKayserbergSMKE   3.06-56.29
Kayes Dag DagKayes Dag DagGAKY   14.481233-11.404397
KayesKayesGA KYS GA1A 14.431319-11.439714

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