Airport Codes are made of 3-4 letters, The first letter denontes the country, and the remaining letters are for the specific airport name. Example: New York's John F Kennedy International Airport would be KJFK; the "K" is for U.S. and "JFK" is the specific airport code.
U.S airports, and other airport codes use universal unique 3 letter airport code, maintained by the International Air Transport Association.
More than one Airport share same 3-letter code but they might be IATA or FAA or ICAO but the actual IATA codes are unique.
Airport codes are assigned and maintained by International Agencies such as IATA ( International Air Transport Association), ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) and FAA (Federal Aviation Administration Code). IATA codes 3 letter codes and ICAO are 4 letter codes which are assigned on the basis of place or region name and adding some special character to code if there is existing same airport code. First character of FAA Code and first 2 characters of ICAO Code are same for some countries.
IATA Airport Codes are used for location identification, its a 3 digit code used around the world. It also provides codes for Railway Stations attached with the Airports.
ICAO Airport codes are a 4 digit codes used for aerodromes, to identify weather stations, or for the Flight Stations, or for Flight information and for Area Controlling centers.
FAA Airport codes stands for Federal Aviation Administration and are oftenly used for small public or private airports.
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Facebook Page of Airport
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