Airport Codes


Airport Code Finder & Directory

  • Airport Code Finder

  • Seabay® Airport Code Finder makes it easy for you to search for IATA Codes/ICAO Codes of almost all the airports worldwide. Just enter the airport name/city name/country name into the text box and click the Search button. We will show you all the information you want to know.
  • IATA Codes (three-letter airport codes)

  • A vast majority of airports worldwide are assigned IATA Codes by the International Air Transport Association (IATA). Used as location identifiers, IATA Codes make the identification of airlines, destinations, and traffic documents simple and clear.
  • ICAO Codes (four-letter airport codes)

  • ICAO Codes play a bigger role in flight planning, airline timetables, reservations, baggage handling, and more. Proposed by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), ICAO Codes are attributed to all the airports around the world.

Distance & Flight Time between Two Airports

Enter two IATA airport codes and click CHECK.

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