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An IATA airport code, also known an IATA location identifier, IATA station code or simply a location identifier, is a three-letter code designating many airports around the world, defined by the International Air Transport Association (IATA). The characters prominently displayed on baggage tags attached at airport check-in desks are an example of a way these codes are used.

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Auckland
   Airport has the code   
AKL
New Zealand
Barajas
   Airport has the code   
MAD
Madrid, Spain
Benito Juarez
   Airport has the code   
MEX
Mexico City, Mexico
Brisbane
   Airport has the code   
BNE
Queensland, Australia
Cairo
   Airport has the code   
CAI
Cairo, Egypt
Changi
   Airport has the code   
SIN
Singapore
Charles De Gaulle
   Airport has the code   
CDG
Paris
Cincinnati
   Airport has the code   
CVG
Located in Erlanger, KY - CVG stands for Covington Field
Detroit Metropolitan
   Airport has the code   
DTW
Detroit, Michigan USA
Dunedin
   Airport has the code   
DUD
New Zealand
Dun Muang
   Airport has the code   
BKK
Bangkok, Thailand
Ferihegy
   Airport has the code   
BUD
Budapest, Hungary
Frankfurt
   Airport has the code   
FRA
Frankfurt, Germany
Gatwick
   Airport has the code   
LGW
London, UK
Hartsfield-Jackson
   Airport has the code   
ATL
Atlanta Airport, Atlanta, USA
Heathrow
   Airport has the code   
LHR
London, UK
Henri Coanda
   Airport has the code   
OTP
Bucharest, Romania
Hobart
   Airport has the code   
HBA
Tasmania, Australia
Hong Kong
   Airport has the code   
HKG
China
John F. Kennedy
   Airport has the code   
JFK
New York, New York, USA
Jomo Kenyatta
   Airport has the code   
NBO
Nairobi, Kenya
Liberty
   Airport has the code   
EWR
Newark, New Jersey, USA
Los Angeles
   Airport has the code   
LAX
Los Angeles USA
Miami
   Airport has the code   
MIA
Miami, USA
Murtala Muhammad
   Airport has the code   
LOS
Lagos, Nigeria
O'Hare
   Airport has the code   
ORD
Chicago, USA
Ohrid
   Airport has the code   
OHD
Macedonia
Pearson
   Airport has the code   
YYZ
Toronto, Canada
Pierre Elliott Trudeau
   Airport has the code   
YUL
Montreal, Canada
Schipol
   Airport has the code   
AMS
Amsterdam, Netherlands
San Francisco
   Airport has the code   
SFO
San Francisco, USA
Skopje
   Airport has the code   
SKP
Macedonia
Stanstead
   Airport has the code   
STN
London UK
Sydney
   Airport has the code   
SYD
New South Wales, Australia
Tokyo
   Airport has the code   
HND
Tokyo, Japan


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