Airport Code

Airport codes are unique codes assigned to each airport in the world. They include 3-letter alphabetical codes from the International Air Transport Association (IATA), which appear on airline tickets and other informal listings, and 4-letter codes from the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), which appear on flight plans and are used for formal purposes. In ICAO, the first two letters designate the region, while the second two are specific to each airport. A full list of IATA and ICAO airport codes is available at: Airport codes from some of the top airports in the world are: ATL / KATL - Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International, United States PEK / ZBAA - Beijing Capital International, China DXB / OMDB - Dubai International, United Arab Emirates ORD / KORD - Chicago O’Hare International, United States HND / RJTT - Tokyo International, Japan LHR / EGLL - London Heathrow, United Kingdom LAX / KLAX - Los Angeles International, United States HKG / VHHH - Hong Kong International, Hong Kong CDG / LFPG - Charles de Gaulle International, France DFW / KDFW - Dallas Fort Worth International, United States IST / LTBA - Atatürk International, Turkey FRA / EDDF - Frankfurt am Main International, Germany PVG / RPVG - Shanghai Pudong International, China AMS / EHAM - Amsterdam Schiphol, Netherlands JFK / KJFK - John F Kennedy International, United States

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