Major Airports

Major Airports
 Abbr. City Airport Name
 AMS Amsterdam Schiphol
 ATH Athens Elefthérios Venizélos
 ATL Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International
 BCN Barcelona Barcelona International or El Prat
 SXF Berlin Schönefeld THF Tempelhof TXL Tegel
 BOS Boston Logan International
 EZE Buenos Aires Ministro Pistarini (informally Ezeiza) ORD Chicago O’Hare International
 CPH Copenhagen Copenhagen Airport (informally Kastrup) HAM Hamburg Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel
 HEL Helsinki Helsinki-Vantaa
 LHR London Heathrow
 LGW Gatwick
 LAX Los Angeles Los Angeles International
 VNY Van Nuys (pronounced Van Nize) MAD Madrid Barajas
 YUL Montreal Montreal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International
 YMX Mirabel
 SVO Moscow Sheremetyevo VKO Vnukovo DME Domodedovo
 MUC Munich Franz Josef Strauss International EWR Newark Newark Liberty International JFK New York John F. Kennedy International LGA La Guardia
 GMN Oslo Gardermoen
 ORY Paris Orly
 CDG Charles de Gaulle
 FCO Rome Leonardo da Vinci (Fiumicino) CIA Ciampino
 GRU São Paulo Guarulhos International
 VCP Viracopos
 CGH Congonhas–São Paulo International
 GMP Seoul Kimpo International ICN Incheon International SIN Singapore Changi
 ARN Stockholm Arlanda
 BMA Bromma
 SYD Sydney Kingsford Smith
 TPE Taipei Taiwan Taoyuan International
 TLV Tel Aviv Ben Gurion
 HND Tokyo Tokyo International or Haneda
 NRT Narita
 YYZ Toronto Lester B. Pearson International
 IAD Washington, D.C. Dulles International
 WAS Ronald Reagan–Washington National

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