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D38 is not listed in AOPA AIrport Directory, Why?

Robert M 2 years ago updated by Eric.Rush (Project Lead) 2 years ago 1

Airport has paved runway, flight training,  and fuel surprised it's information is not available through AOPA

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The identifier for D38 was changed in the Nov 9th FAA data cycle. It is now IUA and is in the AOPA Airports database with this new identifier. It does not have the "K" associated with it yet from ICAO but that may be added later. For now, it is just IUA.


AOPA Airports:

https://www.aopa.org/airports/IUA


FAA Listing:

https://nfdc.faa.gov/nfdcApps/services/ajv5/airportDisplay.jsp?airportId=iua

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The identifier for D38 was changed in the Nov 9th FAA data cycle. It is now IUA and is in the AOPA Airports database with this new identifier. It does not have the "K" associated with it yet from ICAO but that may be added later. For now, it is just IUA.


AOPA Airports:

https://www.aopa.org/airports/IUA


FAA Listing:

https://nfdc.faa.gov/nfdcApps/services/ajv5/airportDisplay.jsp?airportId=iua