The conventional Wordle rules and the Airportle rules are pretty similar. To accurately estimate a three-letter airport identification code, you have six possibilities (LHR for London Heathrow, CDG for Paris Charles de Gaulle, and so on). If you correctly predict a letter and it appears in the proper place in the airport code, the square will become green. If a letter is in the code but not in the right place, it will change orange; otherwise, it will remain grey.
The IATA's (International Air Transport Association) official airport list must include the airport's code. While the entire number of IATA codes is unknown, there are exactly 17,576 possible combinations. Therefore, Airportle is rather difficult, especially if airports are not important to me.
How to play Airportle
Airportle gives users six opportunities to properly identify an airport by using the International Air Transport Association (IATA) three-letter code.
For example, the codes for Wellington and Auckland are WLG and AKL, respectively. Famously, LHR stands for London Heathrow in the UK, and JFK stands for John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York.