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IATA Airline Designator Information
Two digit Airline Designator
The designator is used to identify an airline for all commercial purposes. the two character airline designator is assigned by IATA in accordance with the provisions of Resolution 762. The two character airline designator listed are for use in reservations, timetables, tickets, tariffs, air waybills, schedules publications and in airline interline telecommunications, as well as for the airline industry applications. IATA assigns three types of two character airline designators. Unique, numeric/alpha and controlled duplicate.
ICAO Airline Designator Information
Three letter Airline Designator
The International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) switched to three letter designators on 25th October 1987 due to the depletion of the ICAO two letter designator system. The ICAO designators are used primarily for air traffic control communications and the aeronautical fixed telecommunications network (AFTN). Three letter designators are being assigned in cooperation with ICAO, the United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Transport Canada. when IATA converts to three letter designators, the same designators assigned by ICAO will be assigned by IATA.