Airport Code Posters, Art and Decor for Lovers of Travel and the Outdoors
Airports, travel and the outdoors have always been major inspirations in my artwork. These modern airport code, commercial aviation maps, airplane window seat and adventure-inspired posters, decor and gifts are based on my original block prints.
If you haven't found quite what you're looking for, many of my airport code art, flight path map, and travel-themed linocut prints are featured on tote bags, pillows, phone cases, coffee mugs and stationary in my Society6 shop. They make great gifts to your favorite traveler, flight attendant, pilot or travel lover.
Websites, Magazines, Facebook Groups, Books and Podcasts about Airports
- Airport Codes - sometimes an airport's three-letter IATA airport code is obvious (e.g. DFW, STL) but some aren't. This website gives a little snippet on every airport code...1059 airports and counting!
- The public radio program, To the Best of our Knowledge, dedicated a whole episode to airports.
- I did a post about the best travel and airport podcasts, which included Zero To Travel, Extra Pack of Peanuts, and Dots, Lines & Destinations.
- Alain de Botton's books, A Week at the Airport and The Art of Travel.
- Here are a couple Facebook Groups for airport lovers: Airports of the World and Airline, Airport and Travel Art.
- Airport magazines include: Airports of the World, Airport World, Airport Magazine, Airports International and International Airport Review.
- AirportWebcams.net has a good directory of live airport webcams. Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and Vienna International Airport (VIE) are particularly good.
- Flightradar24 is a cool website that tracks over 150,000 daily flights on an interactive map.