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Study Whatty:  IATA/ICAO Airport Codes
(IATA & ICAO Airport Code Flash Cards)

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     Are you in the airline industry or thinking about entering it? Then you know that you will have to memorize the 3-digit IATA (International Air Transport Association) and possibly 4-digit ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) airport codes. These are the codes that represent an airport. Use this app to memorize the IATA/ICAO airport codes, names of the airports and where they are located.

     So you think you know these?
     - Where is MCO? That's the Orlando International Airport but what does the MCO stand for? It is McCoy Orlando because it used to be McCoy air force base.  You need to know that.  It could be referred to as "OIA", "Orlando International Airport", "MCO" or "KMCO".

     - Did you know that most US airports have a 3-digit code like COD but their 4-digit code just uses a K in front of it like KCOD? It's easy to go between them.

     - Did you know that some airports have completely different codes like FCA and KGPI for Kallispell, Montana, USA? This is tough to know.  This app helps you learn.

     - What about the names of the airports themselves? When someone wants to go to JFK airport, then you need to know the code and the airport name.


       We have you covered. The flashcards shows the information you need to succeed.

     Version 1.0 supports both domestic US and international codes for:
     - Alaska Airlines
     - Allegiant Air
     - Frontier Airlines
     - Hawaiian Airlines
     - JetBlue Airways
     - Southwest Airlines
     - Spirit Airlines
     - Silver Airways
     - Sun Country Airlines
     - United Airlines (Domestic USA only for now)

     In the future more airlines will be added. If you have a suggestion, let us know.


     - This app is part of the "Study Whatty" series.  By using it's engine there is the possibility of adding other games like trivia, word games, match games and more.  You can look at the "Study Whatty: Poker Drills" app we did for some of the other games that the engine supports.  The price is reduced now as it's just flash cards, but if there other games do get added, then the price will go up.  By getting the app now, you are entitled to future updates. 


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      - 11/16/2019 - "Study Whatty:  IATA/ICAO Airport Codes - FLASH CARDS" version 1.22 was uploaded to the Google Play Store (Android) and Microsoft Store (UWP Windows 10).  This fixed a bug where you could "see through" the background messing up the game.  It is now fixed.


     - 10/28/2019 - "Study Whatty:  IATA/ICAO Airport Codes Flash Cards" was  uploaded to the Google Play Store (Android) and Microsoft Store (UWP Windows 10).  Screenshots and videos were uploaded to YouTube, FaceBook and here.

Alphabet Google Android:
Requires Android 32-bit (for now, but they are dropping 32-bit support in 2020) or 64-bit devices.  Requires Android 4.4 (KitKat) (API 19) and OpenGL ES2.0 or newer. As of the end of 2019, less than 4% of Android users use an OS older than API 4.4.

Alphabet Chrome:
     Most Chromebook (Chrome OS) models starting from late 2016 should have the Google Play Store pre-installed to be able to download and run Android apps.  Also, there are some Chromebook models that will run Linux apps as well.  Some older models are being upgraded as well for Android and Linux support.  Check first before you buy.

Apple iOS (iPhone/iPad):
     Requires Apple iOS 10.0 or newer.

Apple Macintosh:
     Requires macOS 10.12 or newer.  Requires a graphics card with DX10 (shader model 4.0) capabilities or better.

     Requires Ubuntu 16.04 (or newer) or Steam OS.  Requires a graphics card with DX10 capabilities (shader model 4.0) or better.  EXECUTABLE FILE: Look at the last few characters of the filename.  ".x86" is the 32-bit Linux version. ".x86_64" is the 64-bit version.  After clicking on the icon to run the game, a pop-up may appear.  Say 'Yes' to make it an executable file and run.

Microsoft Windows x86_64:
Requires a graphics card with DX10 capabilities (shader model 4.0) or better.  Has both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows versions.  It will work on Windows 7 SP1 or newer including Windows 10. 

Microsoft Windows 10 (UWP):
Requires Microsoft Windows 10.  Has both 32-bit, 64-bit and ARM Windows 10 versions.  Requires a graphics card with DX10 (shader model 4.0) capabilities or better.  It will not work on Windows operating systems before Windows 10.
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