404 Airport Code Journaling Cards

Airport Code Journaling Cards

Last year I wrote a post of 50 American experiences I want for my children as a celebration of American Independence Day.

Boston Journaling cards - 1 of 29 available for free download.New York  Journaling cards - 1 of 29 available for free download.Washington DC Journaling cards - 1 of 29 available for free download.

This year, I want to give a little gift. I created these fun airport code journaling cards with the hopes that you can find equally fun uses for them. My suggestions? Use them as an impromptu personalized travel journal by printing them out and taping them to the cover of your favorite notebook. Or print on colored card stock and put it in a divided page protector for a photo album. Or printout a few of them and play a game.

Quick tips:

  • The cards measure 3 x 4 inches. Do not set the printer to “fit to size”.
  • There are 29 cards based on the 29 busiest airports in the US (via this list from Wikipedia). They are in alphabetical order according to city, then by the actual airport code.
  • Don’t print all of them if you want don’t want to (they print out one per page), but select the pages that correspond to the cities you want.
  • Chances are I’m missing your favorite airport. If you’d like me to add it, let me know in the comments and I’ll let you know when it’s done.

To download the free pdf click: Airport code Journaling cards.


Oh, and here’s my daughter playing with some I printed up, cut out, and added some details to. Possibilities – endless.

Happy fourth everyone!

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  1. Blast you! Where was this 2 years ago!!! Awesome and adorable idea! Pinning it my friend.

    • Ha ha! Thanks Farrah! You can bet there will be an international version soon and AMS will be at the top of the list. (And not just because I love it, but because that’s where it will likely fall alphabetically.)

  2. Fun idea. Thanks for sharing them.

  3. This looks like so much fun. We love games when we travel. For now we will save to pinterest, as we aren’t in the US. Perhaps some busy international airports too? Thanks for doing this.

  4. These are such a cute idea! My kiddos would love to try these.

  5. Love these – it reminds me of airwear – we love airport codes!

  6. Oh, this is great! I’ve always loved playing airport code trivia with myself, but maybe now I can bring the whole family into a game! 😉

  7. Love these so much! Thanks for sharing!

  8. Oh my goodness, how did I miss these?! From one travel nerd to another, THANK YOU! These are great. 🙂

  9. This totally makes me want to get back into scrapbooking!

  10. That’s so cute, Ann! BOS and MCO are very near and dear to our hearts as well!! 😀 When are you planning a family trip to Boston?

    We’ve now been in Boston 2 months. It’s a wonderful city but it’s certainly a big adjustment getting back into the swing of American life and customs after living in Europe for 6 years. We’re close to getting our new apartment sorted, but still not fully there.

    Hope you guys are having an awesome summer and we’ll be in touch! 😀

  11. HOW VERY COOL!!! I am pinning now.

  12. Oh this is awesome – I love it! I wish I had something like this when we were in the US at the start of the year.