Could we also request that effective DATES be used for all these wonderful sale fares? For example - "West Coast to Paris Fare Sale from $684" applies only for departures through March 31st - but it took a while looking at Tony's post to find that critical piece of information.
Just a thought.
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There's a link for FlyerTalk airport codes at the right-hand side of all discussions here; also there's http://www.iata.org/ps/publica...ges/code-search.aspx from IATA, which administers the codes; the page allows 2-way searches of airline and airport codes and names.
This thread that started two years ago stays pinned or featured at the top of the forum: I'll go over what's been said and close the discussion.
We ask people, in topic titles and first references, to use city names rather than airport codes. I'm willing to make exceptions for some codes that are part of the popular culture, in particular LAX and JFK, but remember that not everyone reading this forum is a U.S.-based air traveler. For multi-airport cities, you may say the code after the city, such as Paris CDG. If you've said the code right after the city name, such as "Fort Lauderdale (FLL)," you may say FLL in subsequent references.
If you want to know the code, for instance to know what to put in an airfare search site, several methods have been posted here:
The FlyerTalk Airport Codes link on the right side of forum posts here.