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UN/LOCODE assigns nearly 50000 code elements to locations with functions such as seaports, airports, rail and road terminals, post offices, border crossing points and other locations used in trade and transport in 234 countries.
UN/LOCODEs typically have five characters. The first two are letters, and come from the ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country codes. Normally three letters will follow, but if there are not enough combinations, numbers from 2 to 9 can also be used. For airports, the three letters following the country code are not always identical to the IATA airport code. According to the secretary note for edition 2005-1  705 location entries show the differing IATA code.
Beside the abbreviation, UN/LOCODE also defines a spelling for each location that can be written without special characters. This is achieved by stripping off the diacritics from the (romanized) local name.
Sajarah[édit | sunting sumber]
- # Spelling and other changes in location names
- | Other changes
- + Additions to the issue
- X Entries marked for deletion in the next issue
Fungsi[édit | sunting sumber]
Unggal fungsi nu didefinisikeun miboga hiji nomer; pangpentingna nyaeta:
- 1 = palabuan
- 2 = terminal karéta api
- 3 = terminal road
- 4 = bandara
- 5 = kantor pos
Conto[édit | sunting sumber]
DE BERkeur Bérlin di Jérman
DE TXLkeur Tegel International Airport di Bérlin, Jérman
FR PARkeur Paris, Perancis
GB PARkeur Par, United Kingdom (taya bandara, taya IATA)
SE GOTkeur Gothenburg di Swédia, with stripped spelling Goteborg and the local form Göteborg
US NYCkeur Kota New York di Amérika Sarikat
Error[édit | sunting sumber]
From time to time locations are in the list twice. E.g. ARSMC San Miguel de Tucuman (function 23) was added in edition 2006-1, while ARTUC Tucuman (function 1) already was in the list. The coordinates are with very little deviation the same.
In 2006-1 ARSSJ San Salvador de Jujuy was added (4) while ARJUJ Jujuy (1235) already existed.