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___ IATA 3-letter codes, the location identifier code of airports and cities around the world.

3-Letter Codes for World Destinations.

FLY, EVE, TOY, DAY, FAT, BOY, GEO, BIO, NYC, ARM, LEG

would you think that this are all international identifier codes for destinations around the world? This are in fact IATA codes for cities and airports. (IATA - International Air Transport Association)

FLY is the IATA code for Finley in Australia, EVE for Evenes in Norway, TOY for Toyama in Japan, DAY for Dayton in Ohio, United States, and NYC for sure, New York City.

Are you looking for JFK Airport, DFW Airport, LAX , BWI, or IAH Airport.
Here you will find lists of cities and airports throughout the world with the
3-letter location identifier code for airports and cities.

 

Map-Enhanced IATA Code Search™. With this feature you can find the respective airport to a code! Amazing or?  

To find an airport and its location just type the IATA code after the word 'airport' and click search! After search you will see the respective Latitude and Longitude for an airport under the map. Unfortunately this does not work for every airport, but we and many other people work on it.
Optional: sure, you also can search by an airport name, a city, state, or country, just try.
You may also have a look at our  city pages, on every city page there you will find the location, a short description, and the IATA code for a city's major airport(s).
 
φ Latitude °N, λ Longitude °E (of Map centre):
The above feature does not work (by now) for a search for an unknown IATA code, but you can use the form below to find the code.
Search for a code or a city/airport.



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See also: Dave English's article "Airport ABCs: An Explanation of Airport Identifier Codes"

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