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Some of the most well-known airport codes include SFO for San Francisco International Airport, LAX for Los Angeles International Airport and MIA for Miami International Airport. Airport codes serve as location identifier... More »

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When air travel was in its infancy, airports often adopted the two-letter codes that had been assigned to their cities by the National Weather Service. This was much easier than writing out an airport's full name, and it... More »

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A list of the three-letter International Air Transport Associate airport codes familiar to airline passengers can be found on the Mapping.com and Expedia websites. Both websites allow site users to search using city, cou... More »

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Some airport codes include JFK in New York City, LAX in Los Angeles and DFW in Dallas-Fort Worth. Other more unique codes include ORD in Chicago and MCO in Orlando, Florida. More »

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A list of the three-letter International Air Transport Associate airport codes familiar to airline passengers can be found on the Mapping.com and Expedia websites. Both websites allow site users to search using city, cou... More »

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The Federal Aviation Administration maintains a database of airport information, including airport codes, that may be searched by various optional filters including region, district, state, county and city. Search result... More »

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Anyone who wishes to check arrivals at Miami International Airport can visit the official website and enter the search parameters in the provided search box. Results can be sorted by column headers and are updated throug... More »

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