US Top 40 Airports with IATA Codes: IATA airport code may be defined as a three-letter code assigned by International Air Transport Association also known as IATA location identifier or the IATA station code. These codes can be seen on baggage tag attached at airport check-in desks.
Airport codes are assigned and governed by IATA (International Air Transport Association) resolution on 763. IATA is a trade organization and its main function is to provide a safe, secure and comfortable flight to the passenger. IATA fosters the growth of International air transport and its sustainable growth and development worldwide to connect the world.
The present table depicts the top 40 airports of the world with their IATA assigned codes followed by the city in which they are located.