Geography Quiz: International Airport Codes

Airport codes

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What city has an airport with the code CDG

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What city has an airport with the code CPH

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What city has an airport with the code LPL

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What city has an airport with the code MCO

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What city has an airport with the code LHR

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What city has an airport with the code ICN

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What city has an airport with the code VCE

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What city has an airport with the code PMI

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What city has an airport with the code ORD

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What city has an airport with the code AGP

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What city has an airport with the code FRA

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What city has an airport with the code DFW

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What city has an airport with the code CBR

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What city has an airport with the code BFS

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What city has an airport with the code GVA

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International Airport Codes

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Geography
Questions
15
Level
Medium




Do You Recognize the Airport Codes?

Welcome to our multiple/choice quiz on IATA international airport codes!

Airports worldwide are identified with unique three-letter codes that simplify and streamline communication within the aviation industry. In this quiz, we’ll ask about some of the most famous and lesser-known airport codes and see how well you can match them to their respective destinations.

You get fifteen questions with three answer options. Which city has an airport with the given IATA code?

What is IATA Aiport Code?

An IATA airport code, also known as an IATA location identifier, IATA station code, or simply a location identifier, is a three-letter geocode defined by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) that designates many airports and metropolitan areas worldwide. The characters prominently displayed on baggage tags attached at airport check-in desks exemplify how these codes are used.




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