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Los Angeles International Airport
Location Los Angeles, California
Airport type Commercial
Overview map Google Maps
Tower 133.90 North
120.95 South
119.80 Helicopters
Ground 121.65 North
121.75 South
Clearance 121.40
Approach 124.30 Feeder
124.50 Final & Feeder
124.90 Feeder
127.40 (LEENA4)
128.10 (VISTA2)
ATIS 133.80 Arrivals
135.65 Departures
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Each of the fields on the right hand side is filled in with the variable name shown.

  • fullname is the full name of the airport. This may be the same as the article title, or may include additional information. Only current names should go here; former names no longer in use may be covered in the introductory section of the article.
  • location is the city or town in which the airport is actually located. It may not be the same as the city name given to the airport.
  • iata is the airport's three letter IATA code.
  • icao is the airport's four letter ICAO code.
  • aptype describes the type of operations at the airport. The page Airport type describes the suggested values.
  • website is the address of the official web site for the airport. http:// must be included. Other sites should go in an External Links section at the end of the article.
  • mapurl is a link to map that provides an overview. For US Airports, using the Hybrid view on Google Maps is suggested. http:// must be included. Please note that Google Earth is not the same as Google Maps; Google Earth requires an application installed on the user's computer to view, so other web-based sources are preferred.
  • mapsource is the name of the web site providing the map.
  • psh is a link to the guide covering hotels with spotting possibilities from
  • The Communications sections are for the various radio communications frequencies used at the airport.


An example completed Infobox is shown to the right. Note that the values may not be correct as they are provided for example only.

The following is the text that generated the Infobox:

 |fullname=Los Angeles International Airport
 |location=Los Angeles, California
 |mapsource=Google Maps
 |atctower=133.90 North <BR> 120.95 South <br> 119.80 Helicopters
 |atcground=121.65 North <BR> 121.75 South
 |atcapproach=124.30 Feeder <br> 124.50 Final & Feeder <BR> 124.90 Feeder <br> 127.40 (LEENA4)<BR> 128.10 (VISTA2)
 |atcdeparture=124.30 <br> 125.20<br>
 |atcatis=133.80 Arrivals <br> 135.65 Departures