Airport codes are acronyms that in the 1930s arose out of convenience, which brought the practice to pilots for destination identification. Initially, the United States pilots used the two-letter airport codes assigned from the National Weather Service (NWS) for identifying cities, regions, states, and other locations.
Zurich Airport represents the most significant international airport in the country and the principal hub of Swiss International Air Lines. The facility serves Zürich, Switzerland’s largest city, and, with its surface transport links, much of the rest of Switzerland.
The facility is part of the National Airports System and is managed and operated by the Government of the Northwest Territories. The Airport provides regularly scheduled passenger service as well as several freight services. In 2007, the terminal handled approximately 527,000 passengers.
Regarding Lester B. Pearson International Airport, is an international airport which serves Toronto, as well as its metropolitan area and a surrounding place known as the Golden Horseshoe. It brands as Toronto Pearson International Airport, as well as Toronto Pearson, or only Pearson Airport. The codes of the airport are IATA: YYZ, ICAO: CYYZ. The airport is the busiest and largest airport in Canada, and the second-busiest international air passenger service in the Americas, as for the world, it is the 30th-busiest airport, it handled 50.5 million passengers in 2019. As for the name, the airport is honoring Lester B. Pearson, who was the Nobel Peace Prize laureate, as well as 14th Prime Minister of Canada. Toronto Pearson is within 22.5 kilometers, 14.0 mi at the northwest of Downtown Toronto, the majority of the airport placed in the city of Mississauga, and a small portion are in Toronto's western district of Etobicoke. The airport has five runways, as well as two passenger terminals. There can be found numerous cargo facilities on a territory that covers 1,867 hectares, which is 4,613 acres.
Saint John’s International Airport can be found in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. The facility represents an international airport that is situated at the northern limits of St. John’s, Newfoundland, and Labrador. The property serves the Avalon Peninsula and St. John’s metropolitan area. The airport represents part of the National Airports System and is managed and operated by St. John’s International Airport Authority Inc.
The Victoria Airport Authority operates and runs the airport. YYJ provides a lot of nonstop daily flights to Vancouver International Airport, which is a significant facility that serves many global routes. Additionally, Victoria International Airport operates continuous service to Toronto (YYZ), Montreal (YUL, summer only), Seattle (SEA), Edmonton (YEG), Calgary (YYC), as well as the several smaller municipalities in British Columbia and Yukon. YYJ also provides seasonal (late fall to early spring) nonstop services to some Mexican resort destinations.
Concerning Calgary International Airport, it is known as YYC Calgary International Airport. It is an international airport that serves the city of Alberta, Calgary, Canada. It is placed approximately 11 mi, which is 17 km northeast of downtown and has an area of 21.36 km2, 8.25 sq mi. In 2017, the airport had 17.34 million passengers, as well as 244,027 aircraft movements, and the airport is the crowded airport in Alberta, and both measures the fourth-busiest in the country. The region's tourism and petroleum industries helped foster the growth of the airport, and the airport has nonstop flights to many destinations in Central and North America, Asia, and Europe. Calgary serves as a hub for Air Canada, as well as the headquarters for WestJet. The airport was created in the late 1930s. However, the site has increased as a house for four runways, two terminals, which have five concourses for passengers, as well as warehouses for cargo handling, as well as other infrastructure. The Calgary Airport Authorities have the property, and they pay rent to the government. Public transit serves the airport, and Deerfoot Trail is close to the airport as well, which is a freeway for transport in the city.
As for the Northwest Regional airport terrace-Kitimat, it is an airport that is placed three nautical miles, which is 5.6 km, respectively, as well as 3.5 mi, south of British Columbia, Terrace, Canada. The airport has no international title, and it serves not only terrace but as well Kitimat, which is placed 56 km, which is 35 mi respectively to the south, and the airport operates for Nass valley as well. The airport codes are IATA: YXT, ICAO: CYXT. The airport is run, as well as owned by the Terrace-Kitimat Airport Society, and they are responsible for future developments or new airlines, which will operate at the airport. The airport is the busiest one in Northwest British Columbia, as well as in Terrace-Kitimat. As the investments due to many oil and gas companies increases in the region, it directly impacts on aviation demands, and the passenger numbers increase every year because recent growth and new massive constructions affect those numbers. The federal department of transport helps funding assistance for future enlargement projects, which will be done at the airport. The Canada BC infrastructure fund program gave funds for ⅔ of the runway enlargement project, which was done in 2005. The first instrument Landing system at the Northwest Regional Airport Terrace-Kitimat was inaugurated on November 28, 2002, by the airport, as well as Nav Canada.
To provide the maintenance, agreement, and compliance with airport security standards, Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport is operating together with the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA). The goal of its combined efforts is to improve the safety of passengers by installing functional facility security equipment together with developing operational space. CATSA is considered to be a Crown corporation that is engaged in maintaining and managing effective and consistent screening procedures across different airports in the country, including Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport. The team is assigned to managing its operations in full agreement with the established safety and protection standards.
Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport is also often referred to as Winnipeg International Airport. The property is the seventh busiest airport in Canada by passenger traffic. The airport served more than 4,484,000 passengers in 2018 and is the 11th busiest airport by aircraft movements. It is a hub for passenger airlines Perimeter Airlines, Flair Airlines, Calm Air, and cargo airline Cargojet.
Regarding Vancouver International Airport, it is an international airport which is located in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada. It is located 12 km, which is 7.5 mi, from Downtown Vancouver. The airport is the second busiest airport in Canada according to aircraft movements, which is 306,799, as well as passengers, 25.9 million, the airport is behind only Toronto Pearson International Airport. The airport is often known as a trans-Pacific hub, as there are more direct flights to China than any other airport in Europe or North America. The airport serves as a hub for WestJet, as well as Air Canada, and it is an operating base for Air Transat. The airport is one of the eight Canadian airports which has US Border Preclearance opportunities. The airport is also one of the major international airports which own a terminal for scheduled floatplanes. Vancouver International airport has won various notable international airport awards, such as the Skytrax Best North American Airport in 2007, and every year from 2010 through 2019, for ten years. The airport also was one of the top 10 airports in the world in 2012, and its number was 9th in 2012, 8th in 2013, and 9th in 2014. It was the only North American airport on the list. It is located on Sea Island, and it is operated by the Vancouver Airport Authority, which is a not-for-profit organization.
Rouyn- Noranda Airport ( ICAO: CYUY, IATA: YUY) is a public airport located 7,5 miles east southeast of Rouyn Narada, Quebec, Canada. The YUY airport houses the headquarters of Proper.
Concerning the Montreal-Trudeau International Airport, the airport codes are IATA: YUL, ICAO: CYUL. The airport is known as Montreal-Trudeau. However, it was formerly famous as Montreal-Dorval International Airport. It is an international airport in Quebec, Dorval. It serves Montreal, which is placed 20 km, 12 mi, from Downtown Montreal. The terminals are placed entirely in the suburb of Dorval. However, one runway is situated in Montreal, Saint-Laurent. The country's flag carrier, Air Canada also has headquarters complex at the airport. The airport also serves Great Montreal, and other regions in Quebec, as well as eastern Ontario and the states of Vermont and New York's northern part in the United States. The name honors Pierre Elliott Trudeau, who was the 15th Prime Minister of Canada, and the father of the current Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Aeroports de Montreal, which is a not-for-profit corporation, governs the airport, they do not share capital as well. The airport is owned by Transport Canada, as they have a 60-year lease with the operator of the airport Aeroport de Montreal, because of Canada's National Airport Policy of 1994.
Timmins Victor M. Power Airport is conveniently located approximately seven miles (11 kilometers) north-northwest of Timmins, Ontario, Canada. The facility currently provides services for both scheduled passengers as well as cargo flights and general aviation, including forest-fire fighting, air ambulance (MEDEVAC), and flight training.
Sudbury Airport (ICAO: CYSB, IATA: YSB), also known as a more magnificent Sudbury Airport, is a public airport located in the Canadian City of Greater Sudbury, Ontario. It is situated 11 miles northwest of the downtown area, between the communities of Garson and Skead, on Municipal Road. YSB Airport uses the name Greater Sudbury Airport, and it is the official name as registered with Transport Canada. But it is simply called Sudbury Airport.
Thunder Bay International Airport represents an airport in the city of Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada. By operating about 108,130 aircraft movements in 2012, the facility was the fourth busiest airport in Ontario and the 16th busiest airport in Canada. The same year, more than 761,000 travelers went through the airport.
Regina International Airport is classified as a facility of entry by Nav Canada and is staffed by the CBSA officers. CBSA agents at YQR can handle aircraft with no more than 120 passengers. However, it is possible to handle up to 250 if the plane is unloaded in stages.
Canadian Forces Base Comox represents a Canadian Forces Base located approximately three miles (4.6 kilometers) north northeast of Comox, British Columbia. The facility is frequently referred to as 19 Wing or CFB Comox and is primarily serving as an air force base operated by the Royal Canadian Air Force. YQQ is owned by the government of Canada and is one of two stations in the country that uses the CP-140 Aurora anti-submarine/maritime patrol and monitoring aircraft. The primary RCAF lodger unit is 19 Wing, frequently referred to as 19 Wing Comox.
Previously named Greater Moncton International Airport, the facility was renamed in 2016, after the former Governor-General Roméo LeBlanc.
Windsor Airport (ICAO: CYQG, IATA: YQG) is a public, international airport, located in the southeast portion of the city of Windsor, Ontario, Canada. Windsor Airport serves both domestic and international flights. The owner of the Windsor Airport is the Windsor City Council, and it serves Windsor Ontario. Windsor airport passenger number reached all its high when it served over 331 000 passengers in 2016.
Québec City Jean Lesage International Airport frequently referred to as Jean Lesage International Airport represents the primary airport serving the Canadian city of Québec. YQB is the eleventh-busiest airport in Canada, with more than 1,670,880 passengers and 121,680 aircraft movements estimated in 2017. More than ten airlines provide 360 weekly flights to destinations across Canada, Central America, the United States, the Caribbean, Mexico, and Europe.
Regarding the Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International Airport, which is known as well as Macdonald-Cartier International Airport, it is located in Ontario, Ottawa, Canada. It is an international airport, which is named after two of the "Founding fathers of Canada, as well as the Canadian statesmen, Sir George-Etienne Cartier and Sir John A. Macdonald. The airport is placed in the south end of the town, from 5.5 nautical miles, 6.3 mi, 10, 2 km south of downtown Ottawa. The airport has the 6th place in the busiest airports in Canada, and the airport ranks as the second-busiest one according to airline passenger traffic. Due to their aircraft movement, their position is sixth. In 2018, the airport handled 5,110,801 passengers, as well as 150,815 aircraft movements. The first air had their home base at the airport. The airport is considered as an airport of entry of Nav Canada, and the Canada Border Services Agency operates it. The airport has United States Border preclearance facilities, and it was a military base famous as CFB Ottawa South/CFB Uplands. It still serves as a home for the Royal Canadian Air Force's 412 Transport Squadron. They provide transport for foreign government officials, as well as for Canadians.
Fort McMurray International Airport represents the largest airport in northern Alberta. The airport has daily flights to Calgary, Edmonton, Fort Chipewyan, and Toronto through airlines WestJet, McMurray Aviation, Air Canada, and Northwestern Air. Sunwing airlines used to fly to seasonal destinations in Mexico 2012-2015. The facility is managed by the Fort McMurray Airport Authority, which represents a community-based not-for-profit organization that has operated at the airport since 2010.
Kelowna International Airport performs scheduled air service to Toronto, Vancouver, Edmonton, Victoria, Calgary, and Seattle, as well as less numerous seasonal service to Puerto Vallarta, Los Cabos, Cancún, and Phoenix. At the moment, the property handles up to 38 commercial departures a day or about 266 departures per week. Three major airlines serve the facility; Alaska Airlines, Air Canada, and WestJet.
Waterloo Airport (ICAO: CYKF, IATA: YKF) is a dull service, an international airport, located near Breslau in southern Ontario, Canada. Waterloo Airport is serving the Regional Municipality of Waterloo in Woolwich, Ontario, Canada, northwest of Toronto.
Kamloops Airport (ICAO: CYKA, IATA: YKA) is a regional, public airport, and it is also known as Fulton Field or John ''Mose'' Fulton Airfield. It is located in a city in the Thompson region of Canada, five miles west-northwest of Kamloops, British Columbia. Kamloops Airport is operated by Kamloops Airport Limited, serving the North Okanagan, Nicola, and Shuswap areas. YKA airport owns The Kamloops Airport Authority Society.
As for Halifax Stanfield International airport, it is a Canadian airport in Nova Scotia, in Goffs. The territory is a rural community that is governed by Halifax Regional Municipality, and The airport codes are IATA: YHZ, ICAO: CYHZ. The airport serves the Halifax region, as well as mainland Nova Scotia, and the neighboring territory Maritime provinces. The name is in honor of Robert Stanfield, which was the 17th Premier of Nova Scotia, as well as the leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada. The airport was opened in 1960, the owner of the airport is Transport Canada, but the Halifax International Airport Authority has operated it since 2000. By passenger traffic, the airport is the 8th busiest airport in the country. The airport handled 4,316,079 passengers in 2018, as well as 84,045 aircraft movements in the calendar year 2017. The airport serves as a hub for Cougar Helicopters, Maritime Air Charter, Air Canada Express, SkyLink Express, as well as PAL Airlines.
As for the airport, which is Inuvik Mike Zubko Airport, it is placed 6.5 nautical miles, and it is 12.0 km, respectively, as well as 7.5 mi, east of Northwest Territories, Inuvik, Canada. The airport codes are IATA: YEV, ICAO: CYEV. Inuvik Mike Zubko Airport is regarded as an airport of entry in the country by Nav Canada. The airport has staff from the Canada Border Services Agency, which is known as CBSA as well. However, Inuvik Mike Zubko Airport with CBSA officers can handle only general aviation aircraft, but only 15 passengers, no more. The airport is also a Forward Operating Base for military jets CF-18 Hornet, and the Royal Canadian Air Force uses it. The name was chosen in 1995, and it honors Mike Zubko (1923 - 1991), he was a famous local aviator. The Inuvik Mike Zubko Airport is run by the Government of Canada's Northwest Territories. As for the unpleasant accidents, on November 4, 2010, three aircraft, which were owned by Kenn Borek Air, was destroyed by a hangar fire. Aklak Air operated those aircraft.
Concerning Edmonton International airport, it is the primary air passenger, as well as cargo facility in the Canadian province of Alberta, in the Edmonton Metropolitan Region. The airport codes are IATA: YEG, ICAO: CYEG. Edmonton airports operate the airport, and it is placed 14 nautical miles, which is 26 km, as well as 16 mi, south-southwest of Downtown Edmonton on Highway 2 opposite of the town of Leduc, in Leduc County. The airport provides its scheduled non-stop enplanements for major cities in the United States, Canada, the Caribbean, Central America, Mexico, and Europe. The airport is a hub facility for Northern Canada, as well as for Northern Alberta. Edmonton International airport has an area that encompasses Central and Northern Alberta, Yukon, and Northern British Columbia, Western Nunavut, and the Northwest Territories. The total catchment area has 1.8 million residents. By total land area, it is Canada's largest airport. As for the passenger traffic, it has the 5th busiest place, and as for aircraft movements, their place is 9th. In 2018, the airport served 8,254,121 passengers.
Williston Basin International Airport (IATA: XWA, FAA LID: XWA, ICAO: KXWA) is a public airport located approximately 10 miles northwest in Williston, a city in the US state of North Dakota. Williston Basin International Airport has both domestic and international flights, and it serves Western North Dakota and Eastern Montana. Williston Basin International airport is also situated in the center of Bakken shale formation, the largest continuous oil reserve ever assessed by the United States geological survey. Williston Basin International airport is operated and owned by the city of Williston. The main terminal at Williston Basin International airport can handle 3500,000 passengers annually.
Antonio Rivera Rodriguez Airport (IATA: VQS, FAA LID: VQS, ICAO: TJVQ) is located on the island of Puerto Rico. Antonio Rivera Rodriguez Airport is a public airport, and it serves Isla De Vieques, Puerto Rico. The owner of VQS airport is Puerto Rico Ports Authority.
Stornoway Airport is an airfield that is situated within 2 NM (3.7 km; and 2.3 mi) at the east side of the town of Stornoway, right on the Isle of Lewis, in Scotland. Stornoway Airport is a domestic type of airport which serves Stornoway, and the Outer Hebrides. Highlands and Islands Airports Limited own Stornoway Airport, also shortly referred to as a HIAL, which is a company controlled and managed by the Scottish Government. The airport codes are IATA: SYY, and ICAO: EGPO. The SYY airport holds two runways, 06/24 with 1,000 m (3,281 ft) length, and another 18/36, which are 2,315 m (7,595 ft) length.
Stewart International Airport is a civil/military airport located in Orange County, New York, the U.S. The airport is in the southern Hudson Valley, 60 miles north of Manhattan and west of Newburgh. The airport is in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for the years of 2017-2021. The Federal Aviation Administration categorized Stewart International Airport as a primary commercial service facility.
Concerning London Stansted Airport, it is an international airport, which is located at Stansted Mountfitchet. It is placed in the district of Uttlesford in Essex, 42 mi, 68 km, northeast of Central London. The airport serves 200 destinations in Europe, the Middle East, as well as Africa. The airport is a base for major European low-cost carriers, as well as it is the most extensive base for Ryanair, which is a low-cost airline, over 130 destinations are served by the airline. Only Heathrow, Manchester, and Gatwick had more passengers than the London Stansted Airport in the United Kingdom in 2015. The airport's runway offers service not only to the public but private companies as well, such as the Harrods Aviation, XJet, as well as Titan Airways, which are able to complete private flights, state visits, as well as charter flights. This airport was owned by BAA formerly. However, since February 2013, the airport is operated by Manchester Airports Group, MAG.
The airport handled almost two million passengers during 2016, which was estimated an 8.8% increase compared with 2015, making it the 18th busiest airport in the U.K. SOU includes a CAA Public Use Aerodrome Licence that permits flights for the public transportation of passengers or flying instruction. The facility is owned and operated by AGS Airports. It was before owned and operated by Heathrow Airport Holdings (formerly known as BAA).
Regarding Shannon Airport, which is foremerely known in Irish as “Aerfort na Sionainne,” it is an international airport placed in County Claire in Ireland. The airport's codes are IATA: SNN, ICAO: EINN. The airport is adjacent to the Shannon Estuary, and it is placed halfway between Limerick and Ennis. Shannon airport is the third crowded airport that serves the state, and on the island of Ireland, it is the fifth busiest airport. According to statistics, the airport had 1,864,762 passengers in 2018 and compared to the calendar year 2017, and it was a 6.5% annual increase. The airport can be considered as a pioneer in global aviation, as it had the first transatlantic flight in 1945. Worth noting that the world's first duty-free was opened there as well in 1947, one more thing is that the world's first US border preclearance ability was cracked there as well in 1986. In the 1960s, the airport was a busy refueling stop for various international carriers, and it was a gateway between the Americas and Europe. The airport has the longest runway In Ireland, which allows this airport to be a designated other landing site for the Space Shuttle. Regarding the size of the runway, it is at 3,199 meters, 10,495 ft.
The airport, previously known as Carr Field, was built in 1941 by the United States Army Air Forces. Initially, the facility was planned to be used as a pilot training airfield. Activated on 1 June 1942, the airport was assigned to the AAF Gulf Coast Training Center, with the Army Air Force Pilot School enabled. The school aimed to train cadets to fly bombers and transports. It was assigned to the jurisdiction of the Army Corps of Engineers in 1946. Later the property was disposed of by the War Assets Administration (WAA) and deeded to the government.
Sitka Rocky Gutierrez Airport represents a public-use facility that is situated west of Sitka’s central business district. Sitka city and borough in the U.S. state of Alaska has no direct road access to the outside world, even though it has car ferry access. SIT is named after Sitka’s former mayor Rocky Gutierrez.
Shreveport Regional Airport: IATA: SHV; ICAO: KSHV; FAA LID: SHV, is a public airport located in Shreveport, In Louisiana, United States. The airport is seven kilometers southwest of the central business district of the city. Shreveport Regional Airport is classified as a "small hub" airport by the Federal Aviation Administration. For the years of 2011-2012, SHV was in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems, as a primary commercial service airport.
London Southend Airport air terminal found in England, at Southend-on-Sea in Essex, around 36 miles (58 km) from the focal point of London is an international. London Southend airport codes are IATA: SEN, ICAO: EGMC.
Scatsta Airport is a public, commercial airport which is situated on the island of Mainland, in the region of Shetland, in Scotland. More preciously, the Scatsta Airport is located just within 17 nautical miles (31 km; and 20 mi) at the north of Lerwick, and around five mi (8.0 km) at the southwest of Sullom Voe Terminal. The airport codes are IATA: SCS, and for ICAO, it is EGPM; Besides, the SCS airport a medium-size airport that in the United Kingdom-based, right in the region of Scotland.
Salisbury-Ocean City Wicomico Regional Airport (FAA LID: SBY, IAT: SBY, ICAO: KSBY), or more briefly Salisbury Regional Airport, is a public airport, Salisbury Regional Airport. It is situated in unincorporated Wicomico County, Maryland, located five miles southwest from Salisbury, Maryland, United States. Salisbury city is the largest city of Maryland's eastern shore, in the metropolitan statistical area, with a population of 395, 300. Salisbury Regional Airport serves Salisbury, Maryland, and Region, SBY Regional airport is the only commercial service airport in this area. Salisbury Regional Airport also serves Delaware, the Eastern Shore of Virginia, and the Eastern Shore of Maryland, which also includes other cities of Cambridge, Easton, and Ocean City. The owner of the Airport is Wicomico County, and Wicomico County Airport Commission operates it.
Rapid City Regional Airport codes are IATA: RAP, ICAO: KRAP, FAA LID: RAP. Rapid City Airport is a public-use airport, which is serving South Dakota. The airport is located 9 miles southeast of Rapid City, Pennington County, South Dakota, the U.S. For the years of 2017-2021, Rapid City Regional Airport is included in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems. The Rapid City Regional Airport is categorized as a primary commercial service facility. The airport is under the ownership of the City of Rapid City, and the airport serves South Dakota. The airport serves flights to Minneapolis, Denver, Salt Lake City, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Houston, Atlanta, and so on. The airport also supports local medical facilities and operates flights for Indian Health service operations.
Pullman–Moscow Regional Airport located in the northwest United States, can be found in Whitman County, Washington, four miles (6 km) west of Moscow, Idaho and about two miles (3 kilometers) east of Pullman. The property can be accessed by spurs from State Route 270 and includes a single 7,101-foot (2,164 m) runway, that is headed northeast/southwest (5/23), which entered service in October 2019. The previous runway (6/24) was 6,730 feet (2,051 m) and aligned with Moscow Mountain (4,983 feet (1,519 m)) approximately twelve miles (20 km) to the northeast, the highest summit in the area.
Pago Pago International Airport ( IATA: PPG, FAA LID: PPG, ICAO: NSTU) is a public airport, also referred to as Tafuna Airport. Pago Pago International Airport located within the village and plains of Tafuna, on the island of Tutuila in American Samoa, which is an unincorporated territory of the United States. The PPG airport is situated 7 miles southwest of the central business district of Pago Pago. The Pago Pago International airport is operated and owned by the Department of Port Administration of the American Samoa Government (ASG) The PPG airport is one of three operated by DPA, and the other three are small airports at Ofu and Fitiuta. The Pago Pago International Airport is considered as American Samoa's primary commercial service airport. PPG airport provides service to Western Samoa and Honolulu.
Glasgow Prestwick Airport, also identified by the codes IATA: PIK, ICAO: EGPK, is a public air terminal. It serves the west of Scotland, arranged one nautical mile (1.9 km; 1.2 mi) upper east of the town of Prestwick in South Ayrshire and 32 miles (51 km) from the downtown area of Glasgow. It is the less occupied of the two air terminals serving the zone, with the busier being Glasgow Airport, which is inside the Greater Glasgow conurbation itself (situated in the town of Paisley in Renfrewshire).
Ralph Wien Memorial Airport (ICAO: PAOT, FAA LID: OTZ, IATA: OTZ) is a civil, medium-sized airport, situated in a city on the Baldwin Peninsula, on the south side of Kotzebue, in the Northwest Arctic Borough of the united state of Alaska. Ralph Wien Memorial Airport is a state-owned and serves Kotzebue city. OTZ airport is a mid-sized airport for domestic flights. There are 14 domestic flights from Kotzebue. Three airlines are flying from and to OTZ airport, they are Bering Air, which serves 29 domestic destinations, Ravan Alaska serves 98 domestic destinations, and Alaska Airlines serves 102 domestic and 15 international destinations in 4 countries. The longest flight from Ralph Wien Memorial Airport is a 547 miles non-stop route to Anchorage. This direct flight is operated by Alaska and takes around 1 hour and 25 minutes.
Cork Airport, in Irish Aerfort Chorcaí, is the 2nd largest out of the three principal international airports of the Republic of Ireland. The airport codes are IATA: ORK, and ICAO: EICK. ORK airport is situated within 6.5 km (4.0 mi) in the south of the city center of Cork in an area locally known as Farmers Cross.
Norwich Airport is a small air terminal in Hellesdon, Norfolk, England. Its location is 2.5 miles north of Norwich. The Airport was the 29th busiest in the UK in 2017, and most active in the East Anglia locale. Norwich Airport codes are IATA: NWI, ICAO: EGSH.
Cornwall Airport Newquay is the primary business air terminal for Cornwall, England, situated at Mawgan in Pydar, 4 NM (7.4 km; 4.6 mi) upper east of the significant town of Newquay on Cornwall's north coast. RAF St Mawgan worked its runway before 2008. The Cornwall Council owns the Airport. The Airport codes are as follows IATA: NQY, ICAO: EGHQ.
Concerning Ireland West Airport, which is officially known as Ireland West Airport Knock, it is an international airport 3.5 miles south-west of County Mayo, Charlestown, Ireland. It is 5.6 km away from County Mayo. The name is because the airport is 20 km, which is 12.5 miles away from the village of Knock. According to statistics, more than 750,000 passengers used this airport in 2017, and those numbers made the airport the fourth-busiest airport in Ireland after Cork, Shannon, and Dublin. On the island, the airport is the fifth-crowded one after Belfast International Airport. The government primarily financed the airport. It had a grant from the European Union as well. The amount of the needed money was distributed equally among the European Union, the government, and the airport developers. On 21 February 2007, the government of Ireland gave a 27 million euros capital grant. The airport announced that it would implement a 46 million euros infrastructural investment program. Work continued on several significant building projects and civils as well this year. Passengers aged 12 years and more are paying a "Development Fee" at the airport, the cost of it is 10 euros. The fee is a vital contributor to the continued sustainability of the Ireland West Airport and provides a critical funding source to help the ongoing works at the airport.
Newcastle International Airport represents the 11th busiest Airport in the U.K. and the second busiest in Northern England after Manchester Airport, annually handling over 5.4 million passengers.