Airport Codes (99 cents)
No, this one isn't exciting, but knowing your airport code can save time when booking a flight and you'll be able to read your itinerary, boarding pass, claim ticket, and baggage tag. The app also has a reverse search for finding an airport with its code.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) designates airports around the world with a three-digit code (such as SFO for San Francisco). A similar app called Airline Codes (also 99 cents) lets you research the IATA codes for your airline. For example, UA is United Airlines.
March 12, 2010 12:23 PM PST
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