United States Airport Codes

Alabama AL
Birmingham International Airport BHM
Dothan Regional Airport DHM
Huntsville International Airport HSV
Mobile MOB
Montgomery MGM
Alaska AK
Anchorage International Airport ANC
Fairbanks International Airport FAI
Juneau International Airport JNU
Arizona AZ
Flagstaff FLG
Phoenix, Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport PHX
Tucson International Airport TUS
Yuma International Airport YUM
Arkansas AR
Fayetteville FYV
Little Rock National Airport LIT
California CA
Burbank BUR
Fresno FAT
Long Beach LGB
Los Angeles International Airport LAX
Oakland OAK
Ontario ONT
Palm Springs PSP
Sacramento SMF
San Diego SAN
San Francisco International Airport SFO
San Jose SJC
Santa Ana SNA
Colorado CO
Aspen ASE
Colorado Springs COS
Denver International Airport DEN
Grand Junction GJT
Pueblo PUB
Connecticut CT
Hartford BDL
District of Columbia DC
Washington, Dulles International Airport IAD
Washington National Airport DCA
Florida FL
Daytona Beach DAB
Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport FLL
Fort Meyers RSW
Jacksonville JAX
Miami International Airport MIA
Orlando MCO
Pensacola PNS
St. Petersburg PIE
Sarasota SRQ
Tampa TPA
West Palm Beach PBI
Panama City-Bay County International Airport PFN
Georgia GA
Atlanta Hartsfield International Airport ATL
Augusta AGS
Savannah SAV
Hawaii HI
Hilo ITO
Honolulu International Airport HNL
Kahului OGG
Kailua KOA
Lihue LIH
Idaho ID
Boise BOI
Illinois IL
Chicago Midway Airport MDW
Chicago, O'Hare International Airport Airport ORD
Moline MLI
Peoria PIA
Indiana IN
Evansville EVV
Fort Wayne FWA
Indianapolis International Airport IND
South Bend SBN
Iowa IA
Cedar Rapids CID
Des Moines DSM
Kansas KS
Wichita ICT
Kentucky KY
Lexington LEX
Louisville SDF
Louisiana LA
Baton Rouge BTR
New Orleans International Airport MSY
Shreveport SHV
Maine ME
Augusta AUG
Bangor BGR
Portland PWM
Maryland MD
Baltimore BWI
Massachusetts MA
Boston, Logan International Airport BOS
Hyannis HYA
Nantucket ACK
Worcester ORH
Michigan MI
Battlecreek BTL
Detroit Metropolitan Airport DTW
Detroit DET
Flint FNT
Grand Rapids GRR
Kalamazoo-Battle Creek International Airport AZO
Lansing LAN
Saginaw MBS
Minnesota MN
Duluth DLH
Minneapolis/St.Paul International Airport MSP
Rochester RST
Mississippi MS
Gulfport GPT
Jackson JAN
Missouri MO
Kansas City MCI
St Louis, Lambert International Airport STL
Springfield SGF
Montana MT
Billings BIL
Nebraska NE
Lincoln LNK
Omaha OMA
Nevada NV
Las Vegas, Las Vegas McCarran International Airport LAS
Reno-Tahoe International Airport RNO
New Hampshire NH
Manchester MHT
New Jersey NJ
Atlantic City International Airport ACY
Newark International Airport EWR
Trenton TTN
New Mexico NM
Albuquerque International Airport ABQ
Alamogordo ALM
New York NY
Albany International Airport ALB
Buffalo BUF
Islip ISP
New York, John F Kennedy International Airport JFK
New York, La Guardia Airport LGA
Newburgh SWF
Rochester ROC
Syracuse SYR
Westchester HPN
North Carolina NC
Asheville AVL
Charlotte/Douglas International Airport CLT
Fayetteville FAY
Greensboro GSO
Raleigh RDU
Winston-Salem INT
North Dakota ND
Bismark BIS
Fargo FAR
Ohio OH
Akron CAK
Cincinnati CVG
Cleveland CLE
Columbus CMH
Dayton DAY
Toledo TOL
Oklahoma OK
Oklahoma City OKC
Tulsa TUL
Oregon OR
Eugene EUG
Portland International Airport PDX
Portland, Hillsboro Airport HIO
Salem SLE
Pennsylvania PA
Allentown ABE
Erie ERI
Harrisburg MDT
Philadelphia PHL
Pittsburgh PIT
Scranton AVP
Rhode Island RI
Providence - T.F. Green Airport PVD
South Carolina SC
Charleston CHS
Columbia CAE
Greenville GSP
Myrtle Beach MYR
South Dakota SD
Pierre PIR
Rapid City RAP
Sioux Falls FSD
Tennessee TN
Bristol TRI
Chattanooga CHA
Knoxville TYS
Memphis MEM
Nashville BNA
Texas TX
Amarillo AMA
Austin Bergstrom International Airport AUS
Corpus Christi CRP
Dallas Love Field Airport DAL
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport DFW
El Paso ELP
Houston, William B Hobby Airport HOU
Houston, George Bush Intercontinental Airport IAH
Lubbock LBB
Midland MAF
San Antonio International Airport SAT
Utah UT
Salt Lake City SLC
Vermont VT
Burlington BTV
Montpelier MPV
Rutland RUT
Virginia VA
Dulles IAD
Newport News PHF
Norfolk ORF
Richmond RIC
Roanoke ROA
Washington WA
Pasco, Pasco/Tri-Cities Airport PSC
Seattle, Tacoma International Airport SEA
Spokane International Airport GEG
West Virginia WV
Charleston CRW
Clarksburg CKB
Wisconsin WI
Green Bay GRB
Madison MSN
Milwaukee MKE
Wyoming WY
Casper CPR
Cheyenne CYS
Jackson Hole JAC
Rock Springs RKS
What is an IATA three-letter airport code?
United States airports, as well as airports around the world use a universal unique three-letter airport code, or Location Identifier defined by the International Air Transport Association. It's easier to say, and write LAX than Los Angeles International Airport for the pilots, controllers, travel agents, frequent flyers, computers and baggage handlers. It's the three-letter code you see on baggage tags in the airport.
Are there four-character codes?
The ICAO airport code is a four-character alphanumeric code used to designate all airport around the world as defined by the International Civil Aviation Organization. ICAO codes differ from the IATA codes used for reservations and baggage, as they are used by air traffic control for flight planning and airline operations, and are not inluded in this list.
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