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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 | AUCKLAND INT'L | AKL |
AMS | AMSTERDAM | NETHERLANDS | AMSTERDAM-SCHIPHOL | AMS |
ATH | ATHENS | GREECE | ATHINAI | ATH |
ATL | ATLANTA | U.S.A. | HARTSFIELD ATLANTAINT'L | ATL |
AUH | ABU DHABI | U.A.E. | ABU DHABI INT'L | >AUH |
B |
BAH | BAHRAIN | BAHRAIN | BAHRAIN INT'L | BAH |
BCN | BARCELONA | SPAIN | BARCELONA | BCN |
BER | BERLIN | GERMANY | TEGEL | TXL |
BER | BERLIN | GERMANY | SCHONEFELD | >SXF |
BER | BERLIN | GERMANY | TEMPELHOF | THF |
BEY | BEIRUT | LEBANON | BEIRUT INT'L | BEY |
BHX | BIRMINGHAM | U.K. | BIRMINGHAM INT'L | BHX |
BKK | BANGKOK | THAILAND | BANGKOK INT'L | BKK |
BNE | BRISBANE | AUSTRALIA | BRISBANE INT'L | BNE |
BOS | BOSTON | U.S.A. | LOGAN INT'L | BOS |
BRE | BREMEN | GERMANY | BREMEN | BRE |
BRU | BRUSSELS | BELGIUM | NATIONAL | BRU |
BSL | BASEL | SWITZERLAND | BASEL | BSL |
BUE | BUENOS AIRES | ARGENTINA | MINISTRO PISTARINI | EZE |
BUE | BUENOS AIRES | ARGENTINA | AEROPARQUE JORGE NEWBERY | AEP |
C |
CAI | CAIRO | EGYPT | CAIRO INT'L | CAI |
CAN | GUANGZHOU | CHINA | BAIYUN | CAN |
CCS | CARACAS | VENEZUELA | SIMON BOLIVAR | CCS |
CCU | CALCUTTA | INDIA | NETAJI SUBHAS CHANDRA BOSE INT'L |…...

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