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  • REF
    REF
    Rank 5 Registered User
    • Dec 2006
    • 765

    IATA / ICAO codes

    I am trying to find a list of IATA and ICAO codes that are currently in use and also a list for airfields that are no longer in use. So basically a list of all allocated codes whether they are in use or not! Any ideas?

    Richard
    Richard E Flagg
    http://www.ukairfields.org.uk/
  • BlueRobin
    Fast Moderator
    • Jan 2000
    • 3311

    #2
    Seem to recall coming by official data for complete listings of IATA/ICAO airfields was difficult. Active ones are a matter of research.

    Either way money is likely to be involved.

    You could try http://www.icaodata.com/ Or contact RATI/Flight direct, I know they have they have ICAO/IATA airfield data though I really shouldn't be plugging my (*ugh*) ex-employer
    See how they wheel, bank and glide? Perfect. All in one.

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    • zoot horn rollo
      Lady Gaga is my queen
      • Sep 2005
      • 1504

      #3
      Originally posted by BlueRobin View Post
      Seem to recall coming by official data for complete listings of IATA/ICAO airfields was difficult. Active ones are a matter of research.

      Either way money is likely to be involved.

      You could try http://www.icaodata.com/ Or contact RATI/Flight direct, I know they have they have ICAO/IATA airfield data though I really shouldn't be plugging my (*ugh*) ex-employer
      And speaking about my ex-employer (IATA) it was very difficult to get listings of IATA/ICAO airfield code tie ups even for official purposes. But let's not talk about IATA reassiging the two character airline codes...
      I don't want to die, because I don't want to end up like Anita Dobson - Frank Sidebottom, actually.
      Thank you

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      • Oasis747
        Senior Member
        • Jul 2006
        • 428

        #4
        dont no if this will help you but

        http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ICAO_airport_code

        just click on the prefix and it takes you to a full list of ICAO codes for that country.

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        • matt
          Satyameva jayate
          • Sep 2003
          • 4929

          #5
          you would be hard pressed to find all the ICAO codes for free, however one source you could try is NIMA.

          word or warning on those, (unless you are using it for fun.) from past experience working with a charting firm a lot of the Australian ones do not match so well the the chinese indonesian and malaysian ones are also relatively random.

          either way NIMA would probably be one of the best places for Icao codes and also Run lats and longs.
          Wrinkles wrinkles my kingdom fallen to a wrinkle

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          • Mark A
            Rank 5 Registered User
            • Feb 2006
            • 97

            #6
            I have a copy of the Klingenfuss "Air & meteo code manual" which has quite a comprehensive list (for 1992).

            You can also search at http://euro.wx.propilots.net/

            select "airport information" from the top drop-down menu.

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            • JU580
              Member
              • Sep 2006
              • 32

              #7
              i hope this site will be of any help:

              http://www.airlinecodes.co.uk/

              best regards

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