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User currently offlineyeogeo From United States of America, joined Jul 2009, 882 posts, RR: 14
Posted (7 months 4 weeks 1 day 12 hours ago) and read 3431 times:

Now that the New Year is upon us I thought it perhaps a good time to update everyone's life lists of airports flown to, from or through!

Giving us a total is optional; its not a contest. If you hadn't noticed, on these boards there are those who do it for a living and who can blow us paying passengers out of the water - so long or short, young or old, list (alphabetically, please) your life's airport experience.

Extra credit (a thumbs-up from me!    ) : a mention of those airports you added to your list this year.
Anecdotes are always welcome!

Happy New Year Everyone and Happy Flying !!
_______________________________________________________

Here's my Life List:

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

Total: 98

I added two just this month on a trip through Japan: CTS and FUK, that is, Sapporo's New Chitose Airport and Fukuoka Airport.

CTS is Japan's third busiest airport (according to Wiki) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_the_busiest_airports_in_Japan
but my experience with it went smoothly on a flight CTS-NRT which connected without hiccup to my Japan-U.S. flight. FUK-HND was an every-seat-taken domestic 777 flight with fine views out the window of both KIX and UKB (Kansai International Airport and Kobe Airport), two off-shore Japanese airports. Fantastic!

yeo


Yokoso! to my world
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User currently offlinealoges From Germany, joined Jan 2006, 8702 posts, RR: 43
Reply 1, posted (7 months 4 weeks 1 day 9 hours ago) and read 3386 times:

Quoting yeogeo (Thread starter):
Total: 98

Same here, funnily enough:

A: ACI, AMS, ARN, ATL 4
B: BLK, BOG, BOS, BRN, BRS, BUD, BVB 7
C: CCS, CGN, CLE, CLT, CMH, CNF, CPH, CUZ, CWL 9
D: DCA, DEL, DFW, DRS, DTM, DTW, DUS 7
E: EWR, EZE 2
F: FLL, FMO, FRA 3
G: GCI, GIG, GRU 3
H: HAJ, HAM, HEL 3
I: IAD, IAH, IKA, IOM, IST 5
J: JAN, JER, JFK 3
K:
L: LAX, LCY, LGA, LGW, LHR, LPB, LTN, LYS 8
M: MAA, MAD, MAO, MCO, MCZ, MDT, MDW, MHD, MIA, MUC, MVF 11
N: NAT 1
O: ORD 1
P: PAD, PHL, POZ, PRG, PTY, PWM 6
Q:
R: REC, RJK 2
S: SAN, SCL, SDL, SEN, SFO, SJO, SSA, SOU, STL, STN, STR 11
T: THF, THR, TXL 3
U: UME 1
V: VCE, VIX, VLY, VVI 4
W: WAW 1
X:
Y:
Z: ZAG, ZRH 2

I was hoping to fly to number 100 this year, but that'll have to wait until sometime in 2014. Which, as I have just realised, isn't anything to feel sorry about because I've added a whopping 28 airports to the list since January: ACI, ARN, BLK, BRN, BRS, CLT, CWL, DTM, EZE, GCI, IAH, IOM, JAN, JER, LCY, LTN, MAA, MDT, PAD, PHL, POZ, SDL, SEN, SOU, STN, UME, VCE and VLY.    I had no idea it was that many.

Apart from that, my attempt at flying to my first "K" was thwarted by fog at KRF, so we diverted to SDL - my 11th "S". But at least I got some extra time on a BAe ATP out of it, which is going to be history much sooner than airport codes with a K at the start.



Walk together, talk together all ye peoples of the earth. Then, and only then, shall ye have peace.
User currently offlineandz From South Africa, joined Feb 2004, 8451 posts, RR: 10
Reply 2, posted (7 months 4 weeks 1 day 8 hours ago) and read 3376 times:
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A: ATL, AMM, AMS, ABJ
B: BLQ, BFN, BSL, BCN
C: CLT, CAI, CPT
D: DUR, DFW, DTW, DUS, DXB
E: ELS, ERS, EWR, EBB, ELL
F: FRA
G:
H: HEL, HOU, HRE, HLA
I: IAH
J: JNB, JFK
K: KAB, KIM
L: LAX, LGA, LHR, LGW, LAD, LBA, LNZ, LIS
M: MKE, MRU, MPM
N: NBO, NCL, NTY
O:
P: PLZ, PRG, PGV, PHW
Q: QRA
R: RST
S: SYD, SID
T: TUN
U:
V:
W: WDH
X:
Y:
Z: ZRH



After Monday and Tuesday even the calendar says WTF...
User currently offlineyeogeo From United States of America, joined Jul 2009, 882 posts, RR: 14
Reply 3, posted (7 months 4 weeks 1 day 8 hours ago) and read 3367 times:

Quoting aloges (Reply 1):
since January: ACI, ARN, BLK, BRN, BRS, CLT, CWL, DTM, EZE, GCI, IAH, IOM, JAN, JER, LCY, LTN, MAA, MDT, PAD, PHL, POZ, SDL, SEN, SOU, STN, UME, VCE and VLY.

Lordy! That's a lot of flying!   
yeo



Yokoso! to my world
User currently onlineB747forever From Sweden, joined May 2007, 17063 posts, RR: 10
Reply 4, posted (7 months 4 weeks 1 day 7 hours ago) and read 3344 times:

Well we have this thread going on: Have You Landed On The Alphabet? 2013 Edition (by CrimsonNL Dec 10 2013 in Aviation Polls)#last


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User currently offlineyeogeo From United States of America, joined Jul 2009, 882 posts, RR: 14
Reply 5, posted (7 months 4 weeks 1 day 7 hours ago) and read 3339 times:

Quoting B747forever (Reply 4):

Well we have this thread going on: Have You Landed On The Alphabet? 2013 Edition (by CrimsonNL Dec 10 2013 in Aviation Polls)#last

Uh-oh! "Have you landed on the Alphabet" threads used to be about getting one airport on every letter of the alphabet - a difference from one's life list. ... I'll leave it up to the moderators  
yeo



Yokoso! to my world
User currently offlineyeogeo From United States of America, joined Jul 2009, 882 posts, RR: 14
Reply 6, posted (7 months 4 weeks 19 hours ago) and read 3284 times:

Quoting andz (Reply 2):
A: ATL, AMM, AMS, ABJ
B: BLQ, BFN, BSL, BCN
C: CLT, CAI, CPT...

A lot of Southern Hemisphere flying there, Andz (as one would expect with a South African flag before his name), more than I'll ever accomplish. And still some odd-balls thrown in there for variety as in any good life list: MKE! and PGV!! (Pitt-Greenville NC) Now there's a story, unless that was to be PVG which would still be a lot of flying  

yeo



Yokoso! to my world
User currently offlineCXfirst From Norway, joined Jan 2007, 3057 posts, RR: 1
Reply 7, posted (7 months 4 weeks 17 hours ago) and read 3271 times:

A: ADL, AKL, AMS, AVV, AYQ, AYT
B: BGO, BKK, BME, BUY
C: CGK, CIE, CPH
D: DRW, DXB
E: EDI, EVE
F: FBU, FRA
G: GET
H: HKG, HKT, HTI
I: IST
J: JAD
K: KUL
L: LAX, LGW, LHR
M: MEL, MUC, MXP
N: NAN, NBO
O: OSL
P: PEK, PER
Q:
R: RTI
S: SIN, STN, SVG, SYD, SZB
T: TRF
U:
V: VCE
W:
X:
Y:
Z:

Non-IATA airports: YMUL, YNTM, YQDG, YWOH

BUY (Bunbury, WA), CIE (Collie, WA), JAD (Jandakot, WA), RTI (Rottnest Island, WA), YMUL (Murray Field, WA), YNTM (Northam, WA), YQDG (Quairading, WA) and YWOH (Wongan Hills, WA) are GA airports which I have piloted into myself.

I believe that is all of them, but I might have missed one or two, if I have, I'll add them later.

-CXfirst



From Norway, live in Australia
User currently offlineSRQKEF From Iceland, joined Jun 2011, 881 posts, RR: 1
Reply 8, posted (7 months 4 weeks 13 hours ago) and read 3256 times:

First of all, yeo, when are you starting your world's longest flights series again? I loved those threads! I do realize they need a lot of work though.  

Total airports: 60

New airports added this year are marked with bold letters.

A: AEY ATL
B: BCN BIU BKK BOM BOS BWI
C: CDG CGN CPH CUZ
D: DCA DEL DEN DXB
E: EGS
F: FAO FCO FLR FRA
G: GLA GRY
H: HAM HEL HKG
I: IAD IAH
J: JFK
K: KEF
L: LGA LGW LHR LIM LPA LUX
M: MAN MCO MCT MDW MSP MUC
N: NRT
O: OKC ORD
P: PHL PMI
Q:
R: RDU RKV
S: SFB SIN SRQ SVQ
T: TPA TUL
U:
V: VEY VRN
W:
X:
Y: YYZ
Z:
non-IATA: BIMS BISS

Best regards and happy holidays!
Sveinn  



Flights flown: 280 - Airlines: 40 - Airports: 64 - Next flights: KEF-BOS-EWR-PBI-TPA/SFB-KEF
User currently offlineyeogeo From United States of America, joined Jul 2009, 882 posts, RR: 14
Reply 9, posted (7 months 4 weeks 13 hours ago) and read 3244 times:

Hello CX First, Hello SRQKEF    Thanks for contributing!

Didn't know you had a pilot's lisence, CX! What's your home airport down there?

And to both of you, I know you both were readers of World's Longest...
I never explained the sudden departure for which I apologize but which can be explained in cost and exposure:
I was frustrated with being forced to stay in TPandP while spending quite a sum to maintain the OAG world-wide sub.
And then there was the work involved (hats off to BNOWB - w/o him I wouldn't been able to continue as long as we did).
Anyway, maybe someday, when my real work lessens a bit... I'd love to continue World's Longest!

Happy New Year guys!
yeo



Yokoso! to my world
User currently offlineCXfirst From Norway, joined Jan 2007, 3057 posts, RR: 1
Reply 10, posted (7 months 4 weeks 11 hours ago) and read 3229 times:

Quoting yeogeo (Reply 9):
Didn't know you had a pilot's lisence, CX! What's your home airport down there?

Working my way to a CPL. Have my PPL Flight Test this week, and currently flying out of JAD, which has a lot of flight schools.

Quoting yeogeo (Reply 9):
And to both of you, I know you both were readers of World's Longest...
I never explained the sudden departure for which I apologize but which can be explained in cost and exposure:

Those threads were greatly appreciated, but I fully understand the time, effort and cost to keep it running. And with such an ever changing industry, it doesn't take long for a list to go out of date.

-CXfirst



From Norway, live in Australia
User currently offlineKaphias From United States of America, joined Nov 2010, 301 posts, RR: 0
Reply 11, posted (7 months 4 weeks 9 hours ago) and read 3219 times:

Never done one of these before, so it was fun to look over my "places I've been" map and write down all the airports. Looks like a total of 37 airports, three of which are actually seaplane ports. Also a couple of other Southeast Alaska oddballs thrown in there.

A: AGN, ANC
B: BNE, BOS, BWI
C:
D: DCA, DEN, DFW, DTW
E:
F:
G: GEG
H:
I: IND
J: JNU
K: KLW, KTN
L: LAS, LAX
M: MEL, MEM, MIA, MSP
N:
O: OGG, ORD
P: PDX, PHX, PSG, PUW
Q:
R: ROC
S: SAN, SEA, SFO, SGY, SIT, SJC, SYD
T: TKL, TPA
U:
V:
W:
X:
Y:
Z:
#: 5Z1



Flown on: C150, C172, C206, Beaver, Otter, Jetstream 32, Q400, CRJ7/9, E135/40/45, A320, B732/4/7/8/9, B744, B752, B763
User currently offlineyeogeo From United States of America, joined Jul 2009, 882 posts, RR: 14
Reply 12, posted (7 months 4 weeks 8 hours ago) and read 3206 times:

Quoting Kaphias (Reply 11):
Never done one of these before, so it was fun to look over my "places I've been" map and write down all the airports.

Yeah, and they tend to come to you later, even months later. I didn't remember JAX until a couple of years after first writing mine down -no offense Jacksonvillians  

...So where is 5Z1? A helipad somewhere?

yeo



Yokoso! to my world
User currently offlineKaphias From United States of America, joined Nov 2010, 301 posts, RR: 0
Reply 13, posted (7 months 4 weeks 8 hours ago) and read 3205 times:

Quoting yeogeo (Reply 12):
...So where is 5Z1? A helipad somewhere?

It's the seaplane base in downtown Juneau, Alaska:

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Photo © Jonathan Rankin
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Photo © Jeffrey Schäfer


Been watching the planes takeoff and land there for as long as I can remember, and finally got the chance to fly in/out of there this summer. Great experience.



Flown on: C150, C172, C206, Beaver, Otter, Jetstream 32, Q400, CRJ7/9, E135/40/45, A320, B732/4/7/8/9, B744, B752, B763
User currently offlineyeogeo From United States of America, joined Jul 2009, 882 posts, RR: 14
Reply 14, posted (7 months 4 weeks 7 hours ago) and read 3196 times:

Quoting Kaphias (Reply 13):
It's the seaplane base in downtown Juneau, Alaska. Been watching the planes takeoff and land there for as long as I can remember

Nice pix-looks like a busy place. What's the season up there for pontoons. Do they operate year-round ?

?:-/
yeo



Yokoso! to my world
User currently offlineKaphias From United States of America, joined Nov 2010, 301 posts, RR: 0
Reply 15, posted (7 months 4 weeks 6 hours ago) and read 3187 times:

Quoting yeogeo (Reply 14):
Nice pix-looks like a busy place. What's the season up there for pontoons. Do they operate year-round ?

Those planes operate only for the tourist season, May-September. The spot doesn't freeze in the winter, there's just no need for the aircraft because there're no tourists. Other floatplanes do fly scheduled passenger flights year round, using amphibious pontoons to take off from the runway at Juneau and fly out to villages that only have water runways, landing on the ice-free channels.



Flown on: C150, C172, C206, Beaver, Otter, Jetstream 32, Q400, CRJ7/9, E135/40/45, A320, B732/4/7/8/9, B744, B752, B763
User currently offlinealoges From Germany, joined Jan 2006, 8702 posts, RR: 43
Reply 16, posted (7 months 4 weeks 5 hours ago) and read 3176 times:

Quoting yeogeo (Reply 3):
Lordy! That's a lot of flying!

That's what got me: the number of flights that I took in 2013 is exactly the same as 2012 (57), so I never expected to have added that many airports - almost a third of my entire list - in just this one year... food for thought, it really is, so thanks for starting this thread!



Walk together, talk together all ye peoples of the earth. Then, and only then, shall ye have peace.
User currently offlineHOOB747 From United States of America, joined Nov 2006, 438 posts, RR: 0
Reply 17, posted (7 months 4 weeks 3 hours ago) and read 3163 times:

I'm up to 259 commercial segments, but my favorite, most exhilarating flight was this past June, when I was lucky enough to fly on FIFI, the CAF's flagship Warbird, the beautiful B-29. The last airworthy B-29 in the world. Nearly 70 years old, but does she sing! What an amazing flight over Cincinnati, Ohio.

My list, in order of frequency:

CMH - 103
ORD - 87
IAD - 22
SFO -21
NRT - 20
DEN - 16
LAX - 12
MSP - 10
CLT - 10
ATL - 10
EWR - 10
LHR - 8
FRA - 8
SEA - 8
IAH - 8
HKG - 6
SIN - 6
MUC - 6
LGA - 6
DTW - 6
STL - 6
CVG - 6
ICN - 5
AKL - 4
SGN - 4
SYD - 4
SAN - 4
PHX - 4
CHC - 4
TPA - 4
PHL - 4
AEP - 4
CAI - 4
TOD - 2
MCO - 2
PNS - 2
MFR - 2
DEL - 2
HND - 2
TPE - 2
OMA - 2
PVG - 2
BVT - 2
PDX - 2
EYW - 2
FSD - 2
EZE - 2
FTE - 2
ADD -2
FCA - 2
BRC - 2
HNL - 2
YYC - 2
DUB - 2
IGR - 2
LAS - 2
ANC - 2
HAN - 2
ATH - 2
MCI - 2
NAP - 2
MSY - 2
FCO - 2
BKK - 2
JNB - 2
BOS - 2
HKK - 2
SXM - 2
DFW - 2
KUL
LXR
ASW
HUN
SZB
TSA

So, can anyone deduce which airline I fly the most (hehe)?



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User currently offlineyeogeo From United States of America, joined Jul 2009, 882 posts, RR: 14
Reply 18, posted (7 months 4 weeks 2 hours ago) and read 3158 times:

Quoting HOOB747 (Reply 17):
So, can anyone deduce which airline I fly the most (hehe)?

Hmm...   
For you, I'd definately say an airline that is land-in-more-places-friendly, clearly!  

Nice list! I've never seen one organized by segment before. What's with the non-numbered a/p ? Future segments?

Quoting Kaphias (Reply 15):
Those planes operate only for the tourist season, May-September. The spot doesn't freeze in the winter, there's just no need for the aircraft because there're no tourists. Other floatplanes do fly scheduled passenger flights year round, using amphibious pontoons to take off from the runway at Juneau and fly out to villages that only have water runways, landing on the ice-free channels.

Nice! Sounds interesting. And not everyone has Klawock on their life list!
I hear Juneau (and of course,the country around) is very fine.
Hope to visit one day.

Quoting aloges (Reply 16):
thanks for starting this thread!
Quoting CXfirst (Reply 10):
Those threads were greatly appreciated

Thanks guys!
yeo



Yokoso! to my world
User currently offlineHOOB747 From United States of America, joined Nov 2006, 438 posts, RR: 0
Reply 19, posted (7 months 4 weeks 2 hours ago) and read 3158 times:

Quoting yeogeo (Reply 18):
What's with the non-numbered a/p ? Future segments?

Ha, oh, those final places are just airports I merely touched once. Fly in to Kuala Lumpur, fly out of SZB, for example. Thanks I love a good list! Especially airports. I love airports!

[Edited 2013-12-27 17:20:33]


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User currently offlineyeogeo From United States of America, joined Jul 2009, 882 posts, RR: 14
Reply 20, posted (7 months 4 weeks 2 hours ago) and read 3150 times:

Quoting HOOB747 (Reply 19):
I love a good list! Especially airports. I love airports!

I'm with ya there, brother!      
yeo



Yokoso! to my world
User currently onlineB747forever From Sweden, joined May 2007, 17063 posts, RR: 10
Reply 21, posted (7 months 4 weeks 2 hours ago) and read 3146 times:

72 different airports flown to/from. Have flights booked to/from SYD, BNE, KOA, JHM, WMI,WAW,GDN. for next year.

A: AGH, AMS, ARN, ATL, AUS
B: BCN, BGY, BMA, BOS, BUR, BWI
C: CDG, CIA, CLE, CLT, CPH
D: DCA, DEN, DFW, DTW
E: EWR
F: FAT, FRA
G: GOT
H: HAJ, HAM, HEL, HNL
I: IAD, IAH
J: JFK
K: KLR
L: LAS, LAX, LBC, LGA, LGB, LHR, LNY
M: MCE, MDW, MIA, MMX, MSP, MUC
N: NYO
O: OAK, OGG, ONT, ORD, ORY, OSL
P: PHL, PHX, PIT
Q:
R: RIX
S: SAN, SBA, SFO, SFT, SJC, SLC, SNA,
T: THN, TLL, TUS, TXL
U:
V: VBY, VIE, VXO
W: WHP,
X:
Y:
Z: ZRH

Top 10 most used airport

1. ARN 47
2. LAX 43
3. LHR 22
4. LAS 12
5. AMS 10
6. GOT 8
7. IAH 8
8. BMA 7
9. ATL 6
10. EWR 6



Work Hard, Fly Right
User currently offlineBNAOWB From United States of America, joined Dec 2009, 397 posts, RR: 1
Reply 22, posted (7 months 4 weeks ago) and read 3126 times:

Hello,Yeogeo! I was hoping to see TNR on your impressive list  
Quoting yeogeo (Reply 9):
hats off to BNAOWB

Thanks. The "World's Longest" list was much fun.

Quoting yeogeo (Thread starter):

CTS is Japan's third busiest airport (according to Wiki) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of...Japan

Yet, interestingly, according to the Wiki link, CTS has no long-haul flights other than HA to HNL.

Here is my list which includes the 2013 additions of MSN, MQT (Marquette, Michigan), BRU, CRL, BGY, TSR, TGM, and EBSG (Saint-Ghislain, Belgium):

A: ATL, ANC, ALB, AMS
B: BNA, BOS, BWI, BHM, BUF, BRU, BGY
C: CLE, CVG, CDG, CRL
D: DTW, DFW, DCA, DAY, DME, DEL, DXB
E: EWR, EZE, EVN (Yerevan, Armenia), EBSG
F: FRA, FCO
G: GSO, GVA, GYD (Baku, Azerbaijan)
H: HNL, HKG
I: IAH, IAD, IND, IST, ITO (Hilo, HI)
J: JFK, JAX, JAI
K: KBP
L: LSE, LAX, LAS, LGA, LGW, LIS, LHR, LED
M: MSP, MIA, MDW, MEM, MSY, MCI, MKE, MAD, MLA, MSQ, MSN, MQT
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, SVO
T: TSR, TGM
U:
V: VCE
W:
X:
Y: YUL
Z:

Total: 92


User currently offlineCXfirst From Norway, joined Jan 2007, 3057 posts, RR: 1
Reply 23, posted (7 months 4 weeks ago) and read 3122 times:

Quoting CXfirst (Reply 7):

A: ADL, AKL, AMS, AVV, AYQ, AYT
B: BGO, BKK, BME, BUY
C: CGK, CIE, CPH
D: DRW, DXB
E: EDI, EVE
F: FBU, FRA
G: GET
H: HKG, HKT, HTI
I: IST
J: JAD
K: KUL
L: LAX, LGW, LHR
M: MEL, MUC, MXP
N: NAN, NBO
O: OSL
P: PEK, PER
Q:
R: RTI
S: SIN, STN, SVG, SYD, SZB
T: TRF
U:
V: VCE
W:
X:
Y:
Z:

Non-IATA airports: YMUL, YNTM, YQDG, YWOH

Missed a few:

CBR, DPS, FCO

-CXfirst



From Norway, live in Australia
User currently onlinebyronicle6 From New Zealand, joined Oct 2011, 412 posts, RR: 0
Reply 24, posted (7 months 3 weeks 6 days 22 hours ago) and read 3099 times:

New airports for 2013 were ADL, CGK, CRK, HBA, HKG, KLO, NPE, NPL, PEN, PPQ, SUB
And new airports booked for 2014 are DMK, HDY, JFK, LAS, MCO, SJU, SXM
A: AKL, ADL
B: BNE, BKK
C: CHC, CPH, CNX, CBR, CGK, CRK
D: DUD, DAD, DPS, DFW
E:
F:
G:
H: HLZ, HNL, HBA, HKT, HAN, HUI, HKG
I:
J:
K: KUL, KLO
L: LAX, LHR, LGA
M: MEL
N: NHA, NPE, NPL, NSN, NRT
O: OOL, ORD
P: PEN, PPQ
Q:
R: ROT
S: SYD, SIN, SGN, SAN, SUB
T: TRG
U:
V:
W: WHK, WLG
X:
Y: YVR, YYZ
Z: ZQN

By the way yeogeo, i also really enjoyed reading the "Longest flights" threads. Hope they can continue at some point


25 AS737MAX : A: B: BUR C: D: E: F: G: H: HNL J: K: KOA L: LAX, LGB, LIH M: N: O: OAK, OGG P: PDX Q: R: S: SNA, SAN, SEA, SFO T: U: V: W: X: Y: Z: Not bad for being
26 icarus75 : Here's my list. A : AMS - ATH - ARN - ATL - AMM B : BHX - BAH - BIO - BIQ - BRE - BCM - BJV - BKK - BLL - BOD - BRS - BUF C : CDG - CPH - CLE - CPT -
27 Post contains images yeogeo : Thanks for posting! KIX is a pretty impressive place, don't you think? Just the fact that the whole operation is built out into the ocean, for starte
28 Post contains images SRQKEF : That's a nice collection of western US airports you've got there, I desperately need those. I'm only 15 too! Those were, and I'm not lying here, my f
29 icarus75 : Yes, KIX is a nice airport and I did like the ride on the automatic train to go to immigration and customs. I've also liked the Skyteam loung : not t
30 andz : One trip was pretty mental and yes, it was Pitt-Greenville. I work in the healthcare industry and we were working on a project for a new hospital wit
31 Post contains images yeogeo : Wow! What a story! Brings to mind a new thread: "Airport Pairs No One Else Has Flown". First entry: JNB-PGV Thanks, Sveinn. I'm thinking about it! ye
32 Post contains images andz : 17,625 miles
33 Post contains images yeogeo : Thanks for posting B747forever! How many commercial a/p does Stockholm have?? I believe I counted three Stockhoms in your list (ARN, BMA and NYO). Do
34 B747forever : Correct, those are the three airports that serve Stockholm. ARN is the main international airport combined with SAS and DY's whole domestic operation
35 PanHAM : OK, here's my list. BKK, SIN, HKG and MUC are double as i used the old Airports as well as the new (Paya lebar at SIN and then Changi, etc. Airports A
36 Post contains images aloges : You could list that as BKK and DMK, even though it wasn't called that before Suvarnabhumi opened. Anyway, I think we both need to make that trip to X
37 yeogeo : O.K., so I assume you've kept a list over the years.... otherwise your feat of memory is very impressive! Tell me, what's your latest? yeo
38 Post contains images SRQKEF : You're still lacking HPN and ISP there! Nevertheless an impressive list you've got.
39 jumpjets : Here's my list - as previously 'published' on the Alphabet thread. A ABZ ACC ADL AGP AHO ASP AMS ASW ATH AUS AUH B BAH BCN BFS BGI BHD BHX BKK BLR BNE
40 Post contains images B747forever : Hehe, I am working on those two
41 Post contains images YVRLTN : A ... ANR, AMS, ABZ, ANU, AB3 B ... BGR, BGI, BOS, BLZ, BUD, BFS C ... CMN, CDG, CGN, CXH D ... DAR, DUS, DFW, DEN E ... EDI F ... FRA G ... GVA, GLA,
42 PanHAM : Honetsly, I was too lazy to look that up last night. I could have listed Paya Lebar as XSP, if Memory treats me rright. Would cover an additional let
43 Post contains images Ytraveller : Here's mine: A ..... ABE, ANC, ATL, AUA, AZA B ..... BLR, BOM, BRU C ..... CDG, CLT, COK D ..... DFW, DVT, DXB E ..... F ..... FAT, FCO, FRA G ..... G
44 Post contains images yeogeo : Thanks for posting, Jumpjets, YVRLTN and Ytraveller! In this thread "Ytraveller" would indicate you're Canadian , but obviously not. An unusual mix yo
45 aerorobnz : After several days of looking for everywhere I have visited, I'm still looking into it. I've flown through some 90 airports/airfields but visited at l
46 1400mph : Europe- LHR, LGW, MAN, EDI, GLA, JER, CDG, AMS, LPA, TFS, SKG, PMI, AGP, NAP, HAM, SOU North America - JFK, EWR, BOS, PHL, CLT, PIT, MIA, MCO, ATL, SE
47 Post contains images yeogeo : Thanks for posting, 1400mph. A pleasant hour, at least, of pouring over your list with my morning coffee, sir, not only for the interesting destinati
48 CXA330300 : A B - BFN, BOS, BRU, BTV, BUQ C - CDG, CHO, CLO, CPT D - DCA, DMK, DUR E F - FCO G H - HGH, HKG, HPN I - IAD, IST J - JFK, JNB K - KUL L - LAX, LGA, L
49 swedenflyer : A: AMS, ATL, ARN C: CPH, CVG D: DCA, DEN, DTW E: EWR (only because we got diverted there) G: GOT I: IAD K: KEF M: MSN P: PDX S: SEA
50 Post contains images YVRLTN : Pender Island BC and Niagara Heliport ON respectively
51 thegoldenargosy : Airport Total: 96 A: AKL, AMS, ANC, APN, ATL, ATW, AZO B: BHM, BMI, BNA, BOS, BQK, BWI C: CDG, CHC, CID, CLE, CLT, CMH, CNS, COU, CUN, CVG, CWA D: DAY
52 icelander : Here are my 52 airports... A: AEY, ALC, AMS, ARN, ATL B: BCN, BOS, BRU, BWI C: CDG, CPH, CVG D: DUB E: EDI, EGS F: FCO, FRA G: GLA, GOH, GRY H: HFN, H
53 YVRLTN : To be more specific, Bedwell Harbour on Pender Island (Gulf Islands BC).
54 NWADC9 : A - ATL, AXQ, AGC, AFJ, AKR B - BOS, BKL, BVI, BTP, BFD C - CLE, CMH D - DTW, DUJ, DEN, DUH E - ERI F - FRA, FWQ G - GKJ H - HNL, HLG I - J - JAN K -
55 TruemanQLD : A: AMS, AVV, ADL, AKL B: BNE, BKK, BHQ C: CNS, CHC, CDG, CAN, CBR D: DAD E: F: G: H: HVB, HBR, HIR I: J: K: L: LRE, LST M: MEL, MKY, MUC, MUA N: NRT O
56 Post contains images wilco737 : A: ALA, AMS, AYT, ATL, ARN, ALG, ALC, AVW, ACE, AZA, AGP B: BRE, BHX, BRU, BLR, BLQ, BUS, BIO, BOS, BCN, BXK, BAH, BOM, BEG, BKK, BSL, BJV, BOG C: CGN
57 Post contains images aloges : Many times, I suppose? How about an a.net charter from FRA to Querétaro (QRO)?
58 Post contains images wilco737 : Oh yes, indeed many times. Alright, count me in. We pick the 748, then we have 386 seats available. Who pays the fuel bill? wilco737
59 SA7700 : A: ACC, AKL, AMS, ANC, ATL, AYQ B: BFN, BIO, BNE C: CAI, CHC, CPT D: DCA, DEN, DKR, DUR, DUS E: EWR F: FCO, FRA G: GRJ H: HAM, HKG, HRE I: IAD, IAH J:
60 aloges : Naaah... let's take a 744 for a spin, F class is nicer on those. Boeing. It's a route proving flight!
61 1337Delta764 : My list from what I can remember: A: ATL, ABQ B: BQN C: CLT, CVG D: DFW, DEN E: EWR F: FLL G: H: HNL I: IAH J: JFK K: L: LAX, LIH, LAS M: MIA, MCO N:
62 1400mph : Not really I was BA long-haul cabin crew in a former life. No geographical oversight on my part or offence intended I just couldn't be bothered to me
63 1400mph : Also forgot LLW. In my defence yeogeo if you ask anyone who has been long-haul cabin crew for a number of years (especially for a large legacy carrier
64 normie999 : Saturday morning, so here we go: A: ACE, AEY, AGA, AHO, AKL, AMS, ARN B: BCN, BDA, BGI, BGO, BHM, BHX, BIO, BIQ, BKK, BLQ, BNA, BNE, BOS, BQU, BUD, BW
65 Post contains images yeogeo : Ah! That explains it. Its so unusual for "paying passengers" to fly to only the major airports, in this case, in North America. When the list is as l
66 aerorobnz : Total Airports (flown through) 89 (in order) TRG,AKL,SYD,CHC,ROT,WLG,MEL,SIN,CDG,LHR,MXP,NAP,CGN,EZE,IGR,AEP,LIM,CUZ,GIG,LAX,IAH,FLL,SEA,ANC, KIX,SCL,
67 yeogeo : Re post #65: I should have included MCO in the 14 out 27 posters line. Having the list in alphabetical makes deciphering easier. Re-publish please. ye
68 dc9northwest : OK, here goes, sorry if I missed any! 105 flown, 23 booked if I counted correctly. *XXX* means booked but not flown. ATL, AMS, AEY, ANC, ARN, ATH, *AB
69 Post contains images yeogeo : An excellent list, dc9NW. A Northern Hemisphere flyer par excellence! yeo
70 n729pa : A - ATH - ADL - AMS - ASP - AYQ - ARN B - BCN - BRU - BKK - BLQ - BGO - BNE C - CBR - CDG - CPH - CNS D - DRW - DXB - DUB - DUS E - EDI F - FCO - FRA
71 agrflyer : A = AMS, ARN B = BRU, BSL, BUD, BCN, BHX, BRI, BLQ, BGO C = CLT, CPH, CVG, CDG, CNX, CEB D = DXB, DEN, DME, DFW, DUB, DMK, DSM E = EDI, EWR F = FRA, F
72 HT : No new letters achieved in 2013. I still miss U and Y. -HT
73 StlHsvSfoSan : 76 total... A: ACA AKL ANC ATL B: BGO BNA BOS BWI C: CDG CHC CPH CVG D: DCA DFW E: EWR F: FAI FLL FRA G: H: HEL HNL HOU HSV I: IAD IAH IND ITO J: JFK
74 yakima : Here's mine. All except Q and X. I hope to get to a 100 either this year or next year by adding SCL, sidente Carlos Ibanez del Campo (Chabunco) (PUQ /
75 mikesbucky : Do military fields count? What about touch and go's or low approaches at airports?
76 yeogeo : Military fields? Absolutely! Touch-and-gos? Sure! But I'd draw the line at low approaches. I suggest you actually have to land at an airport, any air
77 UltimateDelta : A- ATL B- BTV, BDA, BHM, BMC (Brigham City, UT), BWI C- CBF (Council Bluffs, IA), CHS, CEK (Crete, NE), CGN, CVG, CDC * D- DTW, DFW, DEN, DCA E- EWR,
78 mikesbucky : My list, 207 and counting. A ALB, ADW, ATL, ABI, ABQ, ANC, ASI, AKL, AYQ, ASP, ADL, B BGR, BWI, BOS, BUF, BHM, BOI, BUR, BAB, BDA, BLB, BNE, BSR, BLV,
79 mikesbucky : Couple of quick corrections. LVS should be LAS and I forgot AMS. Total 208
80 HELyes : Here are mine, technical stop (t) meaning I didn't leave the aircraft. Finland: -EFHE (Heliport Helsinki) -HEL -HEN -JOE (t) -JYV -KAJ -KEM -MIK -POR
81 Post contains images a345b727 : Good topic, which brought back some nice memories of past trips. Was pleasantly surprised that I had topped 50 as a non-pilot and non-flight attendant
82 airindia787 : A - ABQ, ATL B - BKO, BLR, BOM, BTV, BUD, BWI C - CAI, CDG, CVG D - DAB, DCA, DEL, DFW, DTW, DUS, DXB E - EWR F - G - GOI H - HKG, HPN, HYD I - IND, I
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