20 Responses

  1. vince l
    vince l at |

    thanks seth!

  2. D
    D at |

    brilliant. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had to wrack my brains for the cities *A carriers fly to.

  3. Jf
    Jf at |

    Very interesting. Looks like a couple might have been missed. LOT WAW to ORD and TK IST to ORD.

  4. Jf
    Jf at |

    Scratch the comment on WAW to ORD, looks like you have it.

  5. Mike @ The #hustle Blog
    Mike @ The #hustle Blog at |

    Brilliant. This is definitely getting bookmarked!

  6. Biggles209
    Biggles209 at |

    Special thanks for the data table. It’s now in my travel spreadsheet.

  7. Amol (@PointsToPointB)
    Amol (@PointsToPointB) at |

    LAS?

  8. Jerry
    Jerry at |

    PHL-TLV flight operated by USAir?

  9. palefire
    palefire at |

    A few more:

    AC: YUL-ZRH, YYZ-WAW, YYZ-ZRH
    LH: PHL-FRA
    UA: EWR-BHX, IAD-BRU, IAD-MAN

  10. Dennis
    Dennis at |

    Nice charting!

    Looks like route maps for ICBMs from War Games! 🙂

  11. Ted C
    Ted C at |

    This is helpful!

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  13. Rami
    Rami at |

    Seth;
    You are using the terms TATL and European interchangeably; it is only partially correct; if you say TATL then you have to include anything that crosses the Atlantic including flights to TLV, other middle east, India and Africa – including flights from South America to Europe/middle east/Africa; otherwise your post should be US/Caribbean-Europe flights.

  14. Beltway
    Beltway at |

    Great job. It would be even more useful to publish this in XLS format, which would make it easier to sort according to origin or destination.

  15. BoardingArea admin
    BoardingArea admin at |

    Hi Seth – This is just a test.

  16. lurker
    lurker at |

    Great stuff, you have 2 LAX in Unique North American Gateways:
    LAX
    LAX