IATA’s Airline Coding Directory (ACD) is the official industry source for airline designator codes, three-digit airline numeric codes, and location identifier codes.
There are over 11,000 location codes assigned to airports, heliports, train stations, bus terminals, and metropolitan areas. There are over 1,100 airline codes assigned to airline passenger and cargo carriers, railway, ferry, and bus companies.
IATA is the sole administrator and owner of the ACD codes used by the transportation industry in reservations, scheduling, and tariffs publishing.
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