Airline Codes


Find Out the IATA Code and Prefix of an Airline

Pan American World Airways (Ceased)

Airline Name Pan American World Airways (Ceased) Prefix
IATA Code PA ICAO Code PAA
Hub City Hub Airport Dallas Fort Worth International Airport
Official Website Cargo Tracking
  • Airline Code & Prefix Finder

  • Seabay Airline Code & Prefix Finder has collected over 900 airlines' codes, prefixes, official websites and tracking pages. On this page, you can find an airline easily by searching its name, 2-character code, or 3-digit prefix.
  • What are Airline Codes?

  • Airline Codes, formally IATA Airline Codes, are 2-character codes assigned by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) to the world's airlines. They are used to identify an airline for commercial purposes in reservations, timetables, tickets, tariffs, air waybills and in telecommunications.
  • What is an Airline Prefix?

  • An Airline Prefix is a 3-digit number that identifies an airline and stands at the beginning of each air waybill. (An air waybill number has 11 digits and the first 3 digits are the Airline Prefix.)

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