Airport 3- Or 4- Letter Codes?

Mon Jan 10, 2000 8:14 am

Does anyone know of any websites that provide this kind of information? I'm pretty sure I've seen one before, just can't remember where.

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RE: Airport 3- Or 4- Letter Codes?

Mon Jan 10, 2000 8:38 am
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Wouldn't It Be Nice...

Mon Jan 10, 2000 11:51 am

It would be helpful if forum users would use the full airport/city name in addition to the three letter codes. The airports I've flown to I can figure out but am stumped by others. Not all of us are junkies, just frequent flyers looking for useful information.

Thanks. has many forums. It has spell check and search functions. Use them before posting!
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A Couple More Sites

Wed Jan 12, 2000 4:37 am

Airport Codes From Iata

Wed Jan 12, 2000 5:00 am

This is the web site where you can find any IATA issued code - right from the horse's mouth.....

Hope this helps.


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