Ilyushin96M
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Airport Codes Question

Thu Oct 19, 2000 10:44 pm

Hey all!

I'm at work, and need to know the airports for the following codes:

BNE
MNL
TYO
SEL
BUE
SCL
CCS
BOG
SAO (GRU/VCP)
MIL

Thanks in advance!  
 
Trvlr
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RE: Airport Codes Question

Thu Oct 19, 2000 10:51 pm

I don't know if you mean the actual names of the airports (i.e. Kingsford Smith) or the cities they are in. So I'll try and do both:

BNE: Brisbane
MNL: Manila
TYO: Tokyo (Haneda and/or Narita)
SEL: Seoul (Kimpo)
BUE: ??
SCL: Santiago de Chile
CCS: ??
BOG: Bogota
SAO: Sao Paulo (??/??)
MIL: ??

Hope this helps somewhat.

Aaron G.
 
steman
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RE: Airport Codes Question

Thu Oct 19, 2000 10:54 pm

Ciao Britt,

BUE could be Buenos Aires.
 
ContinentalEWR
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RE: Airport Codes Question

Thu Oct 19, 2000 10:59 pm

TYO is not Narita. Tokyo/Narita is NRT. TYO may be Haneda.

BUE is not Buenos Aires either. That airport code is EZE, for Ezeiza, unless
it is for the other downtown Buenos Aires airport.

MIL is not Milan. Milan's airports are MXP (Malpensa) and LIN for Linate.
Milwaukee is MKE.

Sao Paolo is GRU.

CCS is Caracas.
 
Jubilee777
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RE: Airport Codes Question

Thu Oct 19, 2000 10:59 pm

CCS - Caracas
MIL - Milan
SAO - Sao Paulo

That should complete your list

J777
 
Ilyushin96M
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Thu Oct 19, 2000 11:05 pm

STO would be - ? I know ARL is Stockholm/Arlanda. BTW, names of airports would be extremely helpful. Thanks!
 
Ilyushin96M
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Thu Oct 19, 2000 11:05 pm

STO would be - ? I know ARL is Stockholm/Arlanda. BTW, names of airports would be extremely helpful. Thanks!
 
N503JB
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RE: Airport Codes Question

Thu Oct 19, 2000 11:09 pm

Haneda is (HND)!!!!

Narita is (NRT)!!!!
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Jubilee777
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RE: Airport Codes Question

Thu Oct 19, 2000 11:10 pm

BNE - Brisbane Internationl
MNL - Ninoy Aquino International
TYO - Tokyo (in general, just that some airlines put this instead of Nartia (NRT) or Haneda (HND)
SEL - Kimpo International (soon to be Inchon Int'l)

J777
 
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To Ilyushin96M

Thu Oct 19, 2000 11:12 pm

ARL is not Arlanda Stockholm. Arlanda Stockholm is ARN.

 
Trvlr
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RE: Airport Codes Question

Thu Oct 19, 2000 11:17 pm

TYO is the collective name for major airports in Tokyo. If you type in TYO in a fare or schedule-finder, you will be shown flights to both Narita and Haneda. Haneda's code is HND.

Same thing with Milan (MIL) and Sao Paulo (SAO). Domestically, an example is NYC, which encompasses EWR, JFK, LGA, and possibly a few others.

The name of Sao Paulo's main airport is Guarulhos (GRU).

Aaron G.
 
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RE: Airport Codes Question

Thu Oct 19, 2000 11:17 pm

MIL = city code for Milan
the airports codes are LIN (Linate), MXP (Malpensa) and BGY (Orio Al Serio)

STO = city code for Stockholm, ARN is Arlanda and BMA is Bromma

hth,
schoko = 
 
airsicknessbag
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RE: Airport Codes Question

Thu Oct 19, 2000 11:27 pm

ok, here we go:
BNE = Brisbane Intl
MNL = Manila Nino Aquino Intl
TYO = CITY code for Tokyo, NRT is Narita, HND Haneda
SEL = Seoul Kimpo Intl
BUE = CITY code for Buenos Aires, EZE is Ministro Pistarini (FORMERLY Ezeiza, just like ORD is not Orchard Field anymore ), AEP is Aeroparque something
SCL = Santiago de Chile Comodoro Arturo Merino Benitez
CCS = Caracas Simon Bolivar
BOG = Bogota Eldorado
SAO = CITY code for Sao Paulo, GRU is Guarulhos, VCP is Viracopos, there´s another one CGH of which I don´t know the name
MIL = CITY code for Milan, LIN is Linate, MXP is Malpensa, BGY is Bergamo Orio al Serio
STO = CITY code for Stockholm, ARN is Arlanda, BMA is Bromma, NYO is Skavta

By the way, the best examples for the occurence of city/airport codes are NYC-JFK/LGA/EWR and LON-LHR/LGW/LCY/STN/LTN/BQH (Biggin Hill)

Hope this helps,
Daniel 
 
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Thanks!

Thu Oct 19, 2000 11:35 pm

My supervisor went into information overload when I handed her back the sheet with all my scribbles. LOL! Most people have no clue there can be multiple airports in one city.  

Thank you all for your contributions!
 
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RE: Airport Codes Question

Fri Oct 20, 2000 5:25 am

Houston is the same way with multiple airports under one city code-
QHO=Houston, Texas, USA
IAH=George Bush Intercontinental Airport - Houston
HOU=William P. Hobby Airport (formerly Houston International Airport)
EFD=Ellington Field (formerly Ellington Air Force Base)

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