The City Code Directory (CCD) is reference tool for numerical and alphabetical codes, currencies and IATA Tariff Conference areas. It contains the worldwide list of city, airport, country, province, state and territory names. Created to serve the needs of airline tariffs and reservations departments, the CCD is used for computing tariffs, creating mileage distances as well as used in calculating fares and rates.

It contains all cities contained in the current fares and rates resolutions, the Maximum Permitted Mileage Manual (MPM) and the Ticketed Point Mileage Manual (TPM), as necessary.

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The CCD is available in two different formats (Windows or .txt files) in order to suit your needs depending on your usage.

FOR SEARCHING OR REFERENCING FOR CALCULATIONS & SYSTEM INTEGRATION

FORMAT: Windows

HOW TO ACCESS: 
Via the IATA Reader. Please visit the eLibrary page for system requirements.

FEATURES:
Any update to the inclusion of new cities, corrections made to city/country/currency data as well as the deletion of locations that are no longer used within an edition are posted in the CCD under Monthly Bulletins.

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FORMAT: .txt files

HOW TO ACCESS: 
You will get access to downloadable files that you can then integrate into your system allowing you to automate calculations.

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What’s inside the CCD?

  • Section 1 – General (Amendments, New Codes, Additions-Cites, Changes-Airport Names, Changers/Corrections-Cities, Change/Corrections-City Numeric Codes, Transfer-Airports to Metropolitan Area)
  • Section 2 – Country Code Directory
  • Section 3 – Currency Code Directory
  • Section 4 – Country Names-Decode
  • Section 5 – State/Province/Territory Names-Decode
  • Section 6 – Area Codes (Passenger Fares, Cargo Rates)
  • Section 7 – Secondary Cities
  • Section 8 – City Code Directory
  • Section 9 – List of Cities by Country
  • Section 10 – City Names-Decode
  • Section 11 – Airport Names-Decode

What’s new in the 2021 CCD?

The CCD is regularly updated as new cities are added or updated throughout the year. When a city is added or delisted, it’s important to use the latest city codes available as the Maximum Permitted Mileage (MPM) or Ticketed Point Mileage (TPM) distances can change particularly when there are multiple airports in the same city. By relying on outdated data, it can lead to an incorrect fare values and loss in revenue.