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User currently offlineyeogeo From United States of America, joined Jul 2009, 883 posts, RR: 14
Posted (3 years 7 months 23 hours ago) and read 3635 times:

I’m interested in seeing everyone’s “airport life list”.

Everyone - from a new, two airport list to the life-long regular flyer’s list;
from a one region specialist to the world-wide traveller. Please contribute!

I think these will make an interesting read, as everyone’s list reveals a short, coded history of a person.

>I’d appreciate following the following rules:

• Organize your list by grouping all “A” airports together, and so on, down the alphabet. *

• A mention of wether you are in the business (commercial pilot, FO, FA; anyone who flies for a living) or a fare-paying business &/or leisure traveller.

• No half-hearted attempts please, such as “Off the top of my head...” or “I’m sure there’s more...”. Give it some time and publish it when your reasonably sure its complete.

•I do think stop-overs where one remains on-board should count. The rule is you must take off &/or land at an airport to be able to add it to your list.

• No updates on your list until the first of the year (say, the first couple of weeks in the new year) when everyone can revise their list to include new airports they’ve flown the year before and supply anecdotes. (I’m trying to avoid lists repeated after every trip).

• Please add up the total number of your airports at the end of your list.

>>Any comments you’d care to supply concerning your list or other’s are encouraged.

Here’s my life list:

A: AVL ATL ASE
B: BWI BCN BSL BOS BTV
C: CMH CDG CLE
D: DFW DAY DEN DTW DXB
E: EWR EYW
F: FRA FCO
G: GSO GND GOA GUA GIG GRU GRB GJT
H: HKG HNL
I: IAH IST IAD INL
J: JFK JAX
K: KOA KIX
L: LGA LHR LGW LAX LPA LAS
M: MCI MSN MAD MVY MEX MIA MKE MSP MUC MRS MCO MLA
N: NBO NRT
O: ORD OAX ORY OGG
P: PSP PHL PDX PVR PBI PVC
Q:
R: RDU
S: SLC SFO SJO SJU SEA SIN STN STX SYR STT
T: TXL TPA
U:
V: VIE
W:
X:
Y: YUL YYZ YVR
Z:

85 total

I am not in the aviation business, but my business requires some flying and my personal trip-taking is a passion.



...That's all there is to it so I hope you will join me with your airport life list biography!

yeo

*This method was used by a now archived thread, “Have you Landed on the Alphabet”?, where the object was to have an airport after each letter of the alphabet instead of every airport you’ve ever flown in or out of, although some of us used it as an airport life listing.


Yokoso! to my world
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User currently offlineRJLover From Canada, joined Dec 2006, 577 posts, RR: 1
Reply 1, posted (3 years 7 months 22 hours ago) and read 3627 times:

A: ANC, ATL
B:
C:
D:
E:
F:
G: GTF
H: HLN
I: IDA
J:
K:
L: LAX, LHR
M:
M:
O:
P: PDX
Q:
R:
S: SEA, SFO, SAN, SJU
T:
U:
v:
W:
X:
Y: YKM, YYJ, YVR, YCD, YXY, YZP, YPR, YXT, YYD, YXJ, YXS, YKA, YLW, YYF, YCG, YXC, YZF, YQU, YMM, YEG, YYC, YQL, YXE, YQR, YWG, YYZ, YXU, YQG, YOW, YUL, YQB, YGP, YGR, YHZ, YFB
Z:

47 so far.

Disclaimer: I do work in the aviation industry (in Canada, if you didn't guess that already :P), but most of my flights are for personal travel.



Last Flight(s): YHZ-YUL-YYC-YVR-YYJ // YYJ-YYZ-YSJ-YHZ.....Next Flight(s):
User currently offlineFlyDeltaJets87 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 2, posted (3 years 7 months 22 hours ago) and read 3623 times:

All of mine are listed in my profile, along with route maps.

A: ATL
B: BNA, BWI
C: CHS (Charleston AFB, SC), CLE, CLT, CMH, COS, CVG
D: DAB, DAY, DEN ,DFW, DTW
E: EIL (Eielson AFB, AK), EWR
F: FAI, FFO (Wright-Patterson AFB, OH), FNT, FRA
G: GSO
H: HNL
I: IAD, IST, ITO
J: JAX, JFK
K:
L: LAX, LGA
M: MCF (MacDill AFB, FL), MCN, MCO, MIA, MSP
O: OMA, ORD
P: PDX, PHL, PNS
Q:
R: RDU
S: SAN, SAT, SEA, SLC, SPS (Sheppard AFB, TX), STL
T: TPA
U:
V: VAD (Moody AFB, GA), VPS
W:
X:
Y: YOW
Z:

50 airports total
47 in the US, 6 of which are US Air Force bases, in 24 states
3 international (1 in Canada, 1 in Germany, 1 in Turkey)

For the flights at US Air Force bases:
C-17 flight for a day trip from Charleston AFB to Wright-Patterson AFB and back, November 2005
T-37 "Tweet" flight at Sheppard AFB, June 2006
KC-135 flight at MacDill AFB, November 2007
HH-60 "Pavehawk" flight at Moody AFB, November 2007
KC-135 flight at Eielson AFB, July 2009

The most "new" airports I've picked up in a single trip was when I went to Alaska in 2009. My itinerary was GSO-IAD-SEA-FAI-SEA-ORD-GSO and a KC-135 flight at EIL. IAD, SEA, FAI, ORD and EIL were all "new" airports for me.

[Edited 2011-03-29 20:28:51]

User currently offlineflymia From United States of America, joined Jun 2001, 7213 posts, RR: 9
Reply 3, posted (3 years 7 months 22 hours ago) and read 3600 times:

Here is mine. I always enjoy writing it down.

A: AKL, ANC, ASP, ATL
B: BCN, Boca Raton, Bimini Sea Plane Base, BOS, BWI
C: CDG, CVG
D: DEN, DTW, DFW, DCA
E: EWR, EZE
F: FLL, FCO
G:
H: HPN
I: IAD
J:
K:
L: LGA, LHR, LGW, LAX
M: MIA, MUC, MAD, MDW, MSN, Miami Seaplane Base.
N: NAS
O: ORDm OPF
P: PRG, PHX, PID, Paradise Island Sea Plane Base.
Q:
R:
S: SYD,SEA, SFO, STN
T: TLV
U:
V: VCE
W:
X:
Y: YVR
Z: ZRH



"It was just four of us on the flight deck, trying to do our job" (Captain Al Haynes)
User currently offlineHELyes From Finland, joined Oct 2010, 961 posts, RR: 1
Reply 4, posted (3 years 7 months 21 hours ago) and read 3593 times:

It seems I should focus in Americas next...

A: AGA AGP AMS ARN ATH AUH AYT
B: BCN BKK BRU BUD
C: CFU CNX CPH
D: DMK DUB DXB
E:
F: FAO FCO
G: GOT
H: HEL HKG HKT
I: ICN IST
J: JMK JOE JYV
K: KAJ KEM KUL
L: LIS LHR
M: MAN MIK
N: NRT
O: OSL OUL
P: POR PRG PSA PUY
Q:
R: RMI RVN
S: SEA SFO SIN STN
T: TLL TKU TXL
U: USM
V.
W:
Y: YVR
X:

Heliports:
EFHE Helsinki
EECC Tallinn


User currently offlineKingFriday013 From United States of America, joined May 2007, 1300 posts, RR: 9
Reply 5, posted (3 years 7 months 21 hours ago) and read 3590 times:

A: ACA, AMS, ATL, AUA
B: BOC, BOS, BUF
C: COS, CVG
D: DCA, DTW
E: EWR
F: FLL
G:
H: HNL
I: IAH
J: JFK
K: KOA
L: LAS, LGA, LHR
M: MCO, MEX, MIA, MZT
N: NAS
O:
P: PAC, PHL, PIT, PTY
Q:
R: ROC
S: SJO, SXM
T:
U:
V: VGT
W:
X:
Y: YHZ, YQB, YUL

1: 1G4
2:
3:
4:
5:
6:
7:
8:
9:
0:

-J.



Tho' I've belted you an' flayed you, By the livin' Gawd that made you, You're a better man than I am, Gunga Din!
User currently onlineYflyer From United States of America, joined Feb 2007, 1061 posts, RR: 1
Reply 6, posted (3 years 7 months 21 hours ago) and read 3587 times:

A: ATL, AVL
B: BWI, BOS, BLR
C: CLT
D: DTW, DEN
E: EWR
F: FRA
G:
H: HAM, HIO
I: IAD, IAH
J: JFK
K:
L: LAX, LSE, LGA
M: MHR, MSP, MLB, MSN
N:
O: ORD, OGG, OAK
P:
Q:
R: RDU
S: SEA, SMF, SFO, SLC, SJC
T:
U:
V:
W:
X:
Y:
Z:

31 total.

No, I don't work in the industry.


User currently offlinevegasplanes From United States of America, joined Jun 2005, 778 posts, RR: 2
Reply 7, posted (3 years 7 months 20 hours ago) and read 3582 times:

A: AUS, ACA, ABQ, ATL, AMS
B: BNA, BUR, BHM, BUD, BDL, BOI
C: CVG, CLE
D: DFW, DTW, DAL, DUB, DEN
E:
F: FLL
G: GTF
H: HPN, HOU, HNL
I:
J: JAX, JFK
K:
L: LAS, LAX, LGW, LHR
M: MSY, MDW, MAF, MSP, MCO, MEM, MIA
N:
O: OAK, OKC, ORD
P: PHX, PDX, PBI, PVD
Q:
R: RNO
S: SAT, SJD, STL, SEA, SMF, SLC, SAN
T: TUS, TPA, TYS
U:
V:
W:
X:
Y:
Z:

Total: 54 Airports

I do not work in the industry. Travel for business and pleasure.


User currently offlinewilco737 From Greenland, joined Jun 2004, 9077 posts, RR: 76
Reply 8, posted (3 years 7 months 20 hours ago) and read 3579 times:
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Sorry, too much work, I have been at 196 airports so far   

wilco737
  



It it's not Boeing, I am not going.
User currently offlineVonRichtofen From Canada, joined Nov 2000, 4629 posts, RR: 36
Reply 9, posted (3 years 7 months 19 hours ago) and read 3568 times:

Quoting wilco737 (Reply 8):
Sorry, too much work, I have been at 196 airports so far

Including one in Kazakhstan that has almost the entire alphabet in its name  

A:
B:
C: CPH, CDG
D: DEN
E: EWR
F: FRA
G:
H: HAM, HEL, HKG
I: IAD, IAH
J:
K: KIX, KUL, KHH
L: LHR, LAX, LAS
M: MSP, MUC
N: NRT
O:
P: PHX
Q:
R:
S: SIN, SEA
T: TPE
U:
V:
W:
X:
Y: YYC, YVR, YOW, YEG, YXE, YLW, YBW, YXD, YRM, YWG
Z:

33 airports so far

I've got some work to do...

[Edited 2011-03-29 23:34:29]

[Edited 2011-03-29 23:35:14]


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User currently offlineQuokka From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 10, posted (3 years 7 months 19 hours ago) and read 3558 times:

For pleasure, business and relocation (total 41):
A: ABS, ADL, AKL, AMM, ASW, AUH
B: BAH, BKK, BOM, BME
C: CAI, CDG, CGN, CMB, CMN, CPT
D: DEL, DRW, DUS, DXB
E: EPR
F:
G: GET
H: HAM
I: IST
J: JNB
K: KHI, KNX, KUL
L: LGW, LHR, LST, LXR
M: MAD, MEL, MLA
N:
O:
P: PER
Q:
R:
S: SIN, SYD
T: TIP
U:
V: VIE
W:
X:
Y:
Z: ZRH


Oops, I forgot LXR.

[Edited 2011-03-30 00:15:03]

User currently offlinewilco737 From Greenland, joined Jun 2004, 9077 posts, RR: 76
Reply 11, posted (3 years 7 months 19 hours ago) and read 3558 times:
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Quoting VonRichtofen (Reply 9):
Including one in Kazakhstan that has almost the entire alphabet in its name  

  Well, there is on Almaty and Astana where I have been in Kazakhstan, so not too bad with the name 

A: AMS, ALA, AYT, ATL, ARN, ALG, ALC, AVW, AZA, AGP, ACE
B: BRE, BHX, BRU, BLQ, BUD, BIO, BCN, BXK, BAH, BLR, BEG, BOM, BSL, BKK, BOJ, BJV, BOG
C: CGN, CDG, CAN, CPH, CUR, CGZ, CCU, CLD, CGK, CPT, CTA, CHQ, CWB, CAI, CDC, CHD
D: DUS, DRS, DFW, DKR, DEL, DUB, DXB, DEN, DME, DLM
E: EMA, EDI, EAP, ERF, EZE, EWR, ELP
F: FRA, FCO, FMO, FUE, FAO,FKB, FNC, FHU, FMN
G: GYR, GVA, GOT, GRZ, GPA, GRO, GRU
H: HAM, HAJ, HKG, HEL, HER, HRG, HII
I: ILN, ICN, IFP, IAD, IKA, IBZ, IAH, IGM
J: JFK, JNB, JED, JMK
K: KTW, KJA, KLU, KGS, KSJ, KE63
L: LHR, LEJ, LYS, LAX, LIN, LPA, LNZ, LBA, LCA, LIS, LBC
M: MUC, MAN, MXP, MEX, MRS, MAA, MIA, MIR, MCO, MAD, MSQ
N: NUE, NCE, NBO, NAP, NRT
O: ORD, OSL, OTP, OPO, OLS
P: PMI, PVG, PRG, PHX, PAD, PSP, PMO, PDX, PFO
Q:
R: RLG, RUH, RHO, RIX, RYN
S: STR, SHJ, SOF, SIN, SVO, SEA, SVG, SFO, SEZ, SCN, SXF, SKG, SSH, SVQ, SMO, SZG, SMI, SNA
T: TXL, TSE, TRN, TUN, TUS, TLL, TLS, TFS, TAS, THR, THF
U: UIO
V: VIE, VCP, VCE, VNO, VCV, VGT
W: WAW
X: XMN, XRY
Y: YYC, YVR, YUM
Z: ZRH, ZTH, ZAG
1: 1AZ0


Woohoo, only Q is missing...

wilco737
 airplane 

[Edited 2011-03-30 00:01:08]


It it's not Boeing, I am not going.
User currently offlineLoubert From United States of America, joined Aug 2010, 61 posts, RR: 0
Reply 12, posted (3 years 7 months 18 hours ago) and read 3546 times:

My flights are and have been mainly for tourism and VFR purposes since I don't work in the industry and don't travel for business.

A: AMS
B: BDL, BHB, BNA, BOS, BUF
C: CAN (old), CDG, CKG, CTU, C83 (Byron, California)
D: DEN, DTW
E: EWR
F:
G:
H: HKG (old)
I: IAH
J: JFK
K: KIN, KIX
L: LAS, LAX, LGB, LHR, LXA
M: MCO, MDW, MSP, MSY
N: NRT
O: OAK, ONT, ORD
P: PEK, PHL, PHX, PIT, PVG
Q:
R: ROC
S: SAN, SEA, SFO, SHA, SNA
T:
U:
V:
W: WUH
X: XIY
Y: YEG, YVR, YYC, YYZ
Z:

That's 49.

Quoting yeogeo (Thread starter):
The rule is you must take off &/or land at an airport to be able to add it to your list.

-Good rule, though I'd have 50 if you count renting a car as being at an airport!


User currently offlineyeogeo From United States of America, joined Jul 2009, 883 posts, RR: 14
Reply 13, posted (3 years 7 months 15 hours ago) and read 3518 times:

Quoting wilco737 (Reply 8):
Sorry, too much work, I have been at 196 airports so far

Glad you changed your mind and wrote them all down, wilco!
Yours are less a biography and more an epic!
Can you tell me (us) how you happened to have so many on your list? Constant business travel?

Quoting wilco737 (Reply 11):
Woohoo, only Q is missing...

An urge leftover from "Have You Landed on the Airport" thread?
yeo



Yokoso! to my world
User currently offlinewilco737 From Greenland, joined Jun 2004, 9077 posts, RR: 76
Reply 14, posted (3 years 7 months 15 hours ago) and read 3515 times:
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Quoting yeogeo (Reply 13):
Glad you changed your mind and wrote them all down, wilco!
Yours are less a biography and more an epic!
Can you tell me (us) how you happened to have so many on your list? Constant business travel?

Well, it is mostly business. I am a pilot, so loads of travelling for work. And due to staff travel I did many short trips.

Quoting yeogeo (Reply 13):
An urge leftover from "Have You Landed on the Airport" thread?

True  

wilco737
  



It it's not Boeing, I am not going.
User currently offlineEltomzo From United Kingdom, joined Feb 2009, 67 posts, RR: 0
Reply 15, posted (3 years 7 months 14 hours ago) and read 3513 times:

Sounds like fun.

An interesting fact about me - I'm 22 and a frequent flyer : S


A: AMS, AQG, AUH
B: BKK, BTH, BAH, BRE, BRU, BCN, BZR, BOS, BGI
C: CAN, CGK, CMB, CDG, CCF, CUN
D: DPS, DOH, DXB, DME
E: EMA
F: FUK, FRA, FCO
G: GOI
H: HLD, HAK, HND, HKG
I: ICN, IST, IAD
J: JNB, JFK
K: KMG, KIX, KUL
L: LHR, LGW, LCY, LTN, LAX
M: MEL, MBA, MRU, MCT, MUC, MAN, MIA
N: NRT, NGO, NBO, NAP, NQY
O: OTP
P: PEK, PVG
Q:
R: RYG
S: SGN, SIN, SYD, SXF, SVQ, SFO
T: TXL
U: UYN
V:
W: WEF
X: XIY
Y: YYZ
Z: ZRH

Quoting wilco737 (Reply 11):
Woohoo, only Q is missing...

Damn...those Qs are hard to find!



AA AC AF BA BD BE BR CA CI CX CZ EZY FR HU HX GA GS IT J2 KL LH LX MK MU NH OZ QR SA SQ TG TK TCX UN UX VN VS VY WY W6 Y
User currently offlineBNAOWB From United States of America, joined Dec 2009, 400 posts, RR: 1
Reply 16, posted (3 years 7 months 14 hours ago) and read 3506 times:

A: ATL, ANC, ALB, AMS
B: BNA, BOS, BWI, BHM
C: CLE, CVG, CDG
D: DTW, DFW, DCA, DAY, DME, DEL, DXB
E: EWR, EZE, EVN (Yerevan)
F: FRA, FCO
G: GSO, GVA
H: HNL, HKG
I: IAH, IAD, IND, IST, ITO (Hilo, HI)
J: JFK, JAX, JAI
K:
L: LSE, LAX, LAS, LGA, LGW, LIS, LHR, LED
M: MSP, MIA, MDW, MEM, MSY, MCI, MKE, MAD, MLA
N: NCE, NRT
O: ORD, OGG, OAK, ORY, OWB (Owensboro, KY)
P: PIT, PHX, PWM, PBI
Q:
R: RNO, RST (Rochester, MN)
S: SDF, STL, SFO, SEA, SLC, SJO, SJU, SAN, SMF, SJC, SAT, SCL, SIN
T:
U:
V: VCE
W:
X:
Y: YUL
Z:

80 total (70 pleasure travel, 5 VFR, 5 business). I do not work in the airline industry.


User currently offlineBD338 From United States of America, joined Jul 2010, 718 posts, RR: 0
Reply 17, posted (3 years 7 months 14 hours ago) and read 3497 times:

A: ATL, AMS, ABQ, AUS, AVV
B: BHM, BHX, BOS, BCN, BNA, BOI
C:CTL, CMH, CPH, CDG, CVG
D: DFW, DTW, DCA, DEN
E: EWR
F: FRA
G:GEG,
H: HSV, HEL
I: IAH, IAD
J:
K:
L: LAX, LGB, LAS, LHR, LGW
M: MFR, MSY, MLU, MSP, MCO, MME, MAN, MEM, MEL
N: NCL
O: ONT, ORD
P: PDX, PHX, PRC, PHL, PER
Q:
R: RSW
S:SEA, SMF, SJC, SFO, SAN, SYD
T:
U:
V:
W:
X:
Y: YVR, YYJ
Z:

...must be a couple I can't remember.


User currently offlineBAViscount From United Kingdom, joined Mar 2004, 2338 posts, RR: 4
Reply 18, posted (3 years 7 months 13 hours ago) and read 3492 times:

A: ACI, AMS, AUH, AGP, AEY, ARN, ATL, ASR (Kayseri, Turkey)
B: BOS, BWI, BHD, BUD
C: CLT, CPH, CDG, CNS
D: DUB, DXB, DUS
E: EWR, EDI, EVE (Evenes/Harstad/Narvik, Norway)
F: FRA
G: GCI, GSO
H: HEL, HNL
I: IST, INV, IBZ, IAD, IOM
J: JER, JFK
K: KRN (Kiruna, Sweden), KRK, KEF
L: LYR (Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway), LGA, LHR, LGW, LCY, LTN
M: MEL, MAN, MUC, MSY, MCO
N: NAV (Nevşehir, Turkey), NRT
O: OSD, ORY, OSL
P: PAD, PIT
Q:
R: RDU, RIX, RKV
S: SIN, STN, SNN, SYD, SFO
T: TOS, TXL, TSF, TLL
U:
V: VCE
W:
X:
Y: YYT, NL, Canada)
Z: ZRH

That's a grand total of 72 airports for me! Most of my flights have been for leisure purposes apart from business trips between LHR/LGW and AMS, DUB, GCI and JER.

[Edited 2011-03-30 05:29:56]


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User currently offlineQuokka From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 19, posted (3 years 7 months 11 hours ago) and read 3477 times:

Quoting Eltomzo (Reply 15):
Damn...those Qs are hard to find!


Many of the IATA "Q" coded airports are for general aviation with no scheduled commercial operations at present. That certainly makes it hard for most travellers to have an airport under Q in their list.

Many years ago, before Changi was opened, the main international airport in Singapore was Paya Lebar. Today the code SIN apllies to Changi and the code QPG applies to Paya Lebar. Before Changi opened I travelled from and through Paya Lebar on a number of occasions, but I think the code then was SIN, so I have not listed it under QPG in my previous post as that code applies to the Singapore Airforce airbase that now occupies the site. However, if the OP allows the entry, I can happily claim to have landed at an airport with a code commencing "Q".


User currently offlineyeogeo From United States of America, joined Jul 2009, 883 posts, RR: 14
Reply 20, posted (3 years 7 months 11 hours ago) and read 3473 times:

Quoting Quokka (Reply 19):
Many years ago...
if the OP allows the entry, I can happily claim to have landed at an airport with a code commencing "Q".

Sure! but you're going to have to footnote it  

yeo



Yokoso! to my world
User currently offlineQuokka From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 21, posted (3 years 7 months 11 hours ago) and read 3472 times:

Quoting yeogeo (Reply 20):
Sure! but you're going to have to footnote it

Consider it done. Revised list (total 42):
A: ABS, ADL, AKL, AMM, ASW, AUH
B: BAH, BKK, BOM, BME
C: CAI, CDG, CGN, CMB, CMN, CPT
D: DEL, DRW, DUS, DXB
E: EPR
F:
G: GET
H: HAM
I: IST
J: JNB
K: KHI, KNX, KUL
L: LGW, LHR, LST, LXR
M: MAD, MEL, MLA
N:
O:
P: PER
Q: QPG *
R:
S: SIN, SYD
T: TIP
U:
V: VIE
W:
X:
Y:
Z: ZRH

* Now Paya Lebar Airbase, Singapore, was formerly SIN but SIN is now assigned to Changi International Airport, Singapore.


User currently offlineKngkyle From United States of America, joined Dec 2006, 408 posts, RR: 1
Reply 22, posted (3 years 7 months 6 hours ago) and read 3430 times:
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Embarrassingly small number:

A: ATL
B:
C: CLE
D: DTW
E:
F: FLL
G:
H:
I:
J:
K:
L: LAX
M: MDW MIA
N:
O: ORD OGG
P: PBI PHX
Q:
R:
S:
T: TPA
U:
V:
W:
X:
Y:
Z:


User currently offlineyeogeo From United States of America, joined Jul 2009, 883 posts, RR: 14
Reply 23, posted (3 years 7 months 6 hours ago) and read 3426 times:

Quoting Kngkyle (Reply 22):
Embarrassingly small number:
A: ATL...

Nonsense! Shows promise.

yeo



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Reply 24, posted (3 years 7 months 6 hours ago) and read 3421 times:

A: ABZ, AMS, AKL, ANU, AUS, ATL, ATH,
B: BHX, BFS, BHD, BOS, BAH, BOM, BKK, BNE, BPT, BGO, BGY, BCN, BOD, BRU, BUR, BGI
C: CPT, CPH, CRL, CDG, CMB, CLT,
D: DUB, DEN, DXB, DTW, DFW, DAL, DCA, DAD,
E: EDI, ELP, EYW, EWR,
F: FRA, FLL, FLR,
G: GLA, GGG, GRJ,
H: HAJ, HKG, HKT, HNL, HOU,
I: IAH, IAD, INV
J: JNB, JFK, JMK,
K: KLU, KOI
L: LAX, LBB, LIN, LGA, LCA, LGW, LHR, LGB, LSI,
M: MFE, MAF, MEL, MCI, MCO, MLB, MUC, MIR, MAD, MPM, MAN, MSP,
N: NCE, NBO, NRT, NSN, NAN,
O: ORY, ODS, ONT, OAK, ORD,
P: PPP, PHL, PHX, PEK, PBI, PVD, PRG, PSP,
Q:
R: RTB,
S: SAT, SAP, SNA, SJD, SIA, SYD, SHV, SNN, SVQ, SGN, SLC, SFO, STN, SEA,
T: TYR, TLS, TXL, TUS, TPE,
U: UVF,
V: VIE, VCE, VLC,
W:
X:
Y: YVR, YYZ, YYC, YUL, YKA,
Z: ZRH,

126 Visited - the majority visited as a fare-paying leisure passenger, although up to the age of 24 I flew on staff travel concessions: mainly to BFS, Kai Tak and LAX


25 keagkid101 : A: B: BOS, BWI C: CLT, CLD D: E: F: G: H: I: IAD J: K: L: LAX M: MIA, MCO N: O: P: PDL, PVD, PUJ Q: R: S: T: U: V: W: X: Y: Z:
26 yeogeo : Good Lord man! Not only for here and there and everywhere in-between but 11 (could have missed a few) in Texas!? BTW, How did you like Mozambique? (n
27 SurfandSnow : 66, with the vast majority of them in the U.S. or the Middle East. Heavily lacking towards the end of the alphabet, but otherwise looking pretty good.
28 KGRB : A: ATW,* AVQ* (Marana, AZ) B: C: CLI* (Clintonville, WI), CVG, CWA* D: DCA, DEN, DTW E: F: G: GCN, GRB, GYR H. I: IWA (Phoenix - Williams Gateway) J:
29 YVRLTN : A: ABZ, ANR, AMS, ANU B: BFS, BUD, BLZ (Blantyre, Malawi), BGI, BGR, BOS C: CDG, CGN, CMN D: DUS, DFW E: EDI F: FRA G: GLA, GVA, GCN H: I: IAH J: JNB
30 tk747 : A: AKL, ATH B: BEG, BKK, C: CDG, CHC, CGK, D: DXB E: F: FCO, FRA, G: H: HKG, I: IKA, IST J: K: KUL, L: LAX M: MEL, MUC, MCT N: NTL, O: OOL P: PEN Q: R
31 yeogeo : Sorry to be so chatty, posters. It's hard for me to contain myself. Ignore me if you want, but I'm at it again.... Thanks for the list, KGRB! Have won
32 signol : For me: A: AGP, AKL, AMS, ANR, ASC, AUH, ASP, AYQ B: BHD, BHX, BRQ, BTS C: CAI, CDG, CHC, CIA, CNS, CPT, CRL D: DME, DMK, DPS, DUB, DUR, DUS E: EDI, E
33 WildcatYXU : A: AMS, ANU B: BTS, BUD C: D: E: F: FRA G: H: HAM I: J: K: KSC L: LHR M: N: NRT, NGO O: ORD P: PRG Q: R: S: STL U: V: VIE W: X: Y: YYT, YHZ, YUL, YOW,
34 Post contains links tk747 : Well unfortunately I was only in transit. One time flying to DXB the other flying to BKK. The airport is nice and modern with free internet and every
35 Post contains images BAViscount : No need to apologise, I think it's nice that you started the thread and are actually taking the time to look at people's responses! Hmmm, not quite s
36 LGWflyer : A: ACE B: BGO C: CLT, CDG D: DLM E: EWR, EDI F: G: H: I: J: JSI K: KVA L: LGW, LHR, LCY, LGA M: MLA, MJT, MCO N: NQY O: P: PMI Q: R: S: SFB T: U: V: W
37 bananaboy : A: ARN, ALC, ATH, ADL, AKL, ANU AYQ B: BHD, BFS, BCN, BKK, BNE, BGR, BUF, BGI, BHX C: CPH, CDG, CAI, CFU, CHC, CVT, D: DUB, DEN, DMK E: EDI, EWR F: FA
38 LGWflyer : What about Philidelphia?
39 bananaboy : Yeah, so I put PHL & PIT to be sure. Mark
40 UltimateDelta : Got a new one this weekend! See below: (parenthesis- will add this summer) A: ATL B: BWI, BTV, BDA, BHM C: CGN, CEK (Crete, NE) D: DCA, DTW, DFW E: (E
41 Viscount724 : My list, at least those I can remember. Not in any particular order within the alphabetical groupings. Missing Q, U, W, X. A: AMS, ADL, AKL, ATL, ANC,
42 citation501sp : This is as far as I can come up with A: ALB, ART B: BDL, BOS, BWI, BDR, BFI C: CLE, CEF D: DTW, DCA E: EWR, ELM F: FRA, FZY, G: GSO, GTB, GFL H: H30 (
43 Post contains images LJW81 : A: ABZ, ACE, AGP, AMS B: BCN, BGO, BRS, BUD C: CDG, CPH D: DUB, DXB E: EDI, EWR F: G: GLA H: I: J: JFK, JNB K: KUL L: LAS, LAX, LBA, LGW, LHR, LPA M:
44 VZLA787 : A: ATL, AUG, ASE, ALB, AUA B: BOS, BLA, BWI, BNA, BHM, BOG, BCN, BOD, BOB, BUR, BUF, BRU C: CDG, CCS, CLT, CUN, CTG, CAN, CGK, CUR, CAJ D: DCA, DFW, D
45 vhqpa : A - ASP AYQ ADL AKL B - BNE BCI BHE C - CBR CHC D - DRW E - F - G - GLT H - HKK HKT I - J - K - L - LRE LSY M - MKY MCY MEL N - O - OOL P - PER Q - R
46 Post contains links FlySSC : More answers here : Same treat just 4 months ago ... http://www.airliners.net/aviation-fo...ms/aviation_polls/read.main/205922
47 FlySSC : A : AMS, ACE, ALG, AMM, AGP, AGA, AUH, ABJ, ARN, ALC, AJA, ALP, AYT, ADB B : BEY, BCN, BES, BOD, BEG, BKK, BKO, BUD, BOM, BZV, BOG, BOS, BLQ, BIA, BGF
48 united319 : I apologize in advance for the lack of alphabetization, im looking at a map and doing it coast-to coast... SEA PDX RDM SFO SMF OAK SJC LAX SAN SNA CLD
49 02hilliert : OK, I've just added a few new ones to my list, so here goes; A: ABZ, ACI, AEP, AGP, AKL, AMS, ATL, AUH B: BAH, BDA, BFS, BHD, BHX, BOS, BRO, BRS, BRU,
50 yeogeo : Thanks for the link, TK. Enjoyed the TR. I'm a big fan of airport tail views, so you supplied in spades! Yeah, I referenced that older thread in the
51 airtrainer : Here's my contribution. I'm not in the aviation industry and I don't travel for business, all my flights are just for leisure purpose... A : ADL - ALC
52 StarAC17 : A: AKL B: BNE C: CUN, CNS D: DEN, DUD E: F: FLL G: H: I: IAD J: K: KIN L: LAX, LAS, LGA M: MEL, MBJ, MIA, MCO N: NAN O: P: POP, PIT, PBI Q: R: S: SYD,
53 Post contains images PlymSpotter : This should be all (166) of them, so long as my own memory and Flight Memory agree with each other: A: ACI, AEP, AGT, ALC, ALP, AMM, AMS, ARW, ASU B:
54 LGWflyer : Oops I forgot to put in SKG.
55 HT : After quite some work ... Where airports were moved and retained their IATA-code, also the ICAO-code is mentioned in case I have made use of both loca
56 02hilliert : I do work in the industry, but have only acquired 5 or 6 of these airports by flying on my company concessions. A lot of my UK and European airports
57 Post contains images yeogeo : North American portion of your trip: Fun! How's it coming with the UK/Eire goal? Thanks for getting back to us! yeo
58 02hilliert : Thanks for the map print - I do love Great Circle Mapper, comes in very handy at work as well! UK & Eire goal is going ok; Eire I have completed
59 Post contains images dumbell2424 : QRO sees service from DFW and IAH.
60 yeogeo : Do all 65 airports in the UK that you refer to as your goal have commercial service or are your piloting your own aircraft? You’ve quite a job to d
61 n88kb : A: ADL, AKL, AGP B: BNE, BNK C: CNS, CHC, CGN D: DRW E: F: G: GOV H: HNL I: IAD J: JFK K: KIX, KTR L: LAX, LAS, LHR, LGW, LIH M: MEL, MXP N: NAN O: OO
62 YYZRWY23 : A: B: BOS, BWI, BUF C: CLT D: DCA E: EWR F: FLL, FCO, FRA G: H: HUX, HRL I: IAD J: JFK K: L: LAX, LGA, LGW M: MIA, MCO N: O: ORD P: PHX, PHL, PIT Q: R
63 02hilliert : Yep, all have scheduled services. It's a somewhat approximate figure, as certain additional airports in the Shetland Islands get "ad-hoc" scheduled s
64 yeogeo : 65 commercial airports in the UK... that number in an area the roughly the size of Oregon is amazing! (Sorry, as an American I'm always using states
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