An Airport Code  is a three-letter codes used to identify airports.

An airport code is a unique three-letter code that is used to identify an airport. The codes are typically assigned by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and are used for a variety of purposes, including identifying airports on flight schedules, tickets, and luggage tags, as well as in airport databases and other aviation-related systems.

Here are a few examples of airport codes:

  • JFK: John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City
  • LAX: Los Angeles International Airport in Los Angeles, California
  • LHR: London Heathrow Airport in London, England
  • DXB: Dubai International Airport in Dubai, United Arab Emirates
  • HKG: Hong Kong International Airport in Hong Kong

Airport codes are used widely in the travel, transportation, and hotel industry, and are an important part of the infrastructure that supports air travel. They help to ensure that flights, passengers, and luggage are properly identified and routed to their intended destinations.


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