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Country Codes Essay

2267 words - 10 pages

City Code | City | Country | Airport | Airport Code |
F |
FUK | FUKUOKA | JAPAN | FUKUOKA | FUK |
H |
HIJ | HIROSHIMA | JAPAN | NEW HIROSHIMA | HIJ |
K |
KIJ | NIIGATA | JAPAN | NIIGATA | KIJ |
KMQ | KOMATSU | JAPAN | KOMATSU | KMQ |
N |
NGO | NAGOYA | JAPAN | CHUBU INTERNATIONAL | NGO |
O |
OKA | OKINAWA | JAPAN | NAHA | OKA |
OSA | OSAKA | JAPAN | KANSAI | KIX |
OSA | OSAKA | JAPAN | ITAMI | ITM |
S |
SDJ | SENDAI | JAPAN | SEANDAI | SDJ |
SPK | SAPPORO | JAPAN | NEW CHITOSE | CTS |
T |
TYO | TOKYO | JAPAN | NARITA | NRT |
TYO | TOKYO | JAPAN | HANEDA | HND |
A |
ADL | ADELAIDE | AUSTRALIA | ADELAIDE INT'L | ADL |
AKL | AUCKLAND | NEW ZEALAND | ...view middle of the document...

S.A. | O'HARE INT'L | ORD |
CHI | CHICAGO | U.S.A. | MIDWAY | MDW |
CHI | CHICAGO | U.S.A. | MEIGS FIELD | CGX |
CLE | CLEVELAND | U.S.A. | CLEVELAND HOPKINS INT'L | CLE |
CMB | COLOMBO | SRI LANKA | BANDAANAYAKE INT'L | CMB |
CPH | COPENHAGEN | DENMARK | COPENHAGEN | CPH |
CPT | CAPE TOWN | S. AFRICA | CAPE TOWN INT'L | CPT |
D |
DAL | DALLAS | U.S.A. | DALLAS/FORTWORTH INT'L | DFW |
DAL | DALLAS | U.S.A. | LOVE FIELD | DAL |
DEL | DELHI | INDIA | INDIRA GANDHI INT'L | DEL |
DEN | DENVER | U.S.A. | DENVER INT'L | DEN |
DLC | DALIAN | CHINA | DALIAN | DLC |
DPS | DENPASAR | INDONESIA | NGURAH RAI | DPS |
DTT | DETROIT | U.S.A. | WAYNE COUNTY | DTW |
DTT | DETROIT | U.S.A. | CITY AIRPORT | DET |
DUB | DUBLIN | IRELAND | DUBLIN | DUB |
DUS | DUSSELDORF | GERMANY | RHEINE-RUHR | DUS |
DXB | DUBAI | U.A.E. | DUBAI INT'l | DXB |
F |
FRA | FANKFURT | GERMANY | FRANKFURT INT'L | FRA |
G |
GLA | GALSGOW | U.K. | GLASGOW INT'L | GLA |
GOT | GOTHENBURG | SWEDEN | LANDVETTER | GOT |
GVA | GENEVA | SWITZERLAND | GENEVA COINTRIN | GVA |
H |
HAJ | HANOVER | GERMANY | HANOVER | HAJ |
HAM | HAMBURG | GERMANY | HAMBURG | HAM |
HAN | HANOI | VIETNAM | NOI BAI | HAN |
HEL | HELSINKI | FINLAND | HELSINKI-VANTAA | HEL |
HKG | HONG KONG | CHINA | CHEK LAP KOK | HKG |
HNL | HONOLULU | U.S.A. | HONOLULU INT'L | HNL |
HOU | HOUSTON | U.S.A. | INTERCONTINENTAL | IAH |
HOU | HOUSTON | U.S.A. | HOBBY | HOU |
I |
IND | INDIANAPOLIS | U.S.A. | INDIANAPOLIS INT'L | IND |
J |
JED | JEDDAH | SAUDI ARABIA | KING ABDULAZIZ INT'L | JED |
JKT | JAKARTA | INDONESIA | SOEKARNO-HATTA | CGK |
JKT | JAKARTA | INDONESIA | HALIM PERDANA KUSUMA | HLP |
JNB | JOHANNESBURG | S. AFRICA | JOHANNESBURG INT'L | JNB |
K |
KHH | KAOHSIUNG | TAIWAN | KAOHSIUNG INT'L | KHH |
KHI | KARACHI | PAKISTAN | KARACHI | KHI |
KUL | KUALA LUMPUR | MALAYSIA | SULTAN ABDUL AZIZ SHAH INT'L | KUL |
KWI | KUWAIT | KUWAIT | KUWAIT INT'L | KWI |
L |
LAX | LOS ANGELES | U.S.A. | LOS ANGELES INT'L | >LAX |
LIM | LIMA | PERU | JORGE CHAVEZ INT'L | LIM |
LIS | LISBON | POTUGAL | LISBON | LIS |
LON | LONDON | U.K. | HEATHROW | LHR |
LON | LONDON | U.K. | GATWICK | LGW |
LOS | LAGOS | NIGERIA | MURTALA MUHAMMED | LOS |
LUX | LUXEMBURG | LUXEMBURG | FINDEL | LUX |
LYS | LYON | FRANCE | SATOLAS | LYS |
M |
MAD | MADRID | SPAIN | BARAJAS | MAD |
MAN | MANCHESTER | U.K. | MANCHESTER | MAN |
MAO | MANAUS | BRAZIL | EDUARDO GOMES INT'L | MAO |
MEL | MELBOURNE | AUSTRALIA | MELBOURNE INT'L | MEL |
MEL | MELBOURNE | AUSTRALIA | ESSENDON | MEB |
MEX | MEXICO CITY | MEXICO | BENITO JUAREZ INT'L | MEX |
MIA | MIAMI | U.S.A. | MIAMI INT'L | MIA |
MIL | MILAN | ITALY | LINATE | |
MIL | MILAN | ITALY | MALPENSA | MXP |
MLH | MLHOUSE | FRANCE | MULHOUSE | MLH |
MMA | MALMO | SWEDEN | STURUP | MMA |
MNL | MANILA | PHILIPPINES | NINOY AQUINO INT'L | MNL |
MOW | MOSCOW | RUSSIA | SHEREMETYEVO | SVO |
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