What’s in a 3-letter airport code?
Well if you ask us, it’s in the eye of the beholder. So we scoured the planet and came up with a list of our favorite, food-themed airport codes.
Although we prefer the strawberry variety over the traffic variety, this airport at Bezmer Air Base in Yambol, Bulgaria shares the namesake of both.
If you’re in nuts about Papua New Guinea, then flying into the Nutuve Airport (NUT) Should be the highlight of your trip.
ext time you’re on the Florida coast, stop in for some PIE at St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport. Sadly, it wasn’t named after the sunshine state’s famous key lime pie. This delicious name stems from the airport’s former name: Pinellas International Airport in Ellas County.
If you don’t like yours with butter, you may want to try smearing on a little Vegemite like the Aussies do. Especially if you’re in Irontsone, Australia at Penneshaw Airport (PEA).
Going vegan? The kind folks at Stronsay Airport (SOY) in Stronsay, UK have you covered.
Got any more fun airport codes?
Share them at firstname.lastname@example.org. If we love them, we’ll put them in our next issue!