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Airport Codes Quiz Part 1

Posted by on Jun 6, 2017

Every airport in the world has a specific three-digit code, or the International Air Transport Association (IATA) Location Identifier Code. Originally, airports were identified by the same two-letter code that National Weather Service used to recognize the city it was in. As the amount of airports increased, a third letter was added to establish specific airports easier. In this quiz, see how many of these codes you can decipher:


 

Alabama- Montgomery Regional Airport

Correct! Wrong!

Alaska- Fairbanks International Airport

Correct! Wrong!

Arizona- Yuma International Airport

Correct! Wrong!

Arkansas- Clinton National Airport

Correct! Wrong!

California- Fresno Yosemite International Airport

Correct! Wrong!

Colorado- Grand Junction Regional Airport

Correct! Wrong!

Connecticut- Bradley International Airport

Correct! Wrong!

District of Columbia- Washington Dulles International Airport

Correct! Wrong!

Florida- Daytona Beach International Airport

Correct! Wrong!

Georgia- Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport

Correct! Wrong!

Hawaii- Kahului Airport

Correct! Wrong!

Idaho- Boise Airport

Correct! Wrong!

Illinois- Quad City International Airport

Correct! Wrong!

Indiana- South Bend International Airport

Correct! Wrong!

Iowa- The Eastern Iowa Airport

Correct! Wrong!

Kansas- Wichita Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport

Correct! Wrong!

Kentucky- Blue Grass Airport

Correct! Wrong!

Louisiana- Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport

Correct! Wrong!

Maine- Bangor International Airport

Correct! Wrong!

Maryland- Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport

Correct! Wrong!

Massachusetts- Logan International Airport

Correct! Wrong!

Michigan- Kalamazoo-Battle Creek International Airport

Correct! Wrong!

Minnesota- Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport

Correct! Wrong!

Mississippi- Jackson–Medgar Wiley Evers International Airport

Correct! Wrong!

Missouri- Kansas City International Airport

Correct! Wrong!

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