Talk:List of airports by ICAO code: A

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About "Aropa Airport" and "Kaintiba Airport"[edit]

Actually, "Aropa Airport" (Kieta Aropa Airport) has ICAO code 'AYKT' and IATA code 'KIE', and "Kaintiba Airport" (Kaintiba Airport) has no ICAO code and has IATA code 'KZF'. But List_of_airports_by_IATA_code:_K#KZ says "Kaintiba Airport" is IATA=KZF/ICAO=AYKT, it is likely wrong, i think. - Hhswp (talk) 15:59, 29 August 2016 (UTC)