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Topic: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: ZschocheImages
Posted 2006-12-07 19:15:58 and read 8198 times.

I was just curious as to what airport in the world has the most daily flights by different airlines. Two that came to mind would be JFK and LGW or LHR. LAX might also be another possibility. Just some food for thought.

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: Trey
Posted 2006-12-07 19:35:48 and read 8173 times.

I thought at one time MIA was here in the USA. Maybe not anymore

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: Clipper002
Posted 2006-12-07 19:58:40 and read 8126 times.

MIA for years was the leader in number of airlines serving that airport. But with so many fallouts I don't know if this is still the case. DB777 do you have any updated info?

Ed

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: Gr8Circle
Posted 2006-12-07 20:12:36 and read 8086 times.

Quoting Trey (Reply 1):
I thought at one time MIA was here in the USA. Maybe not anymore

MIA is still in the USA .... Big grin

I would suggest LHR, FRA, PAR, JFK, LAX....these would probably be the top 5....

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: AirScoot
Posted 2006-12-07 20:16:47 and read 8073 times.

Seems to me DXB would be in the running.

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: Mirrodie
Posted 2006-12-07 20:19:58 and read 8066 times.

Great question and I hope someone has an accurate answer.

I doubt there is a landslide winner though. The airport with the most variety of airlines, I am sure, has a close 2nd and 3rd runner up. And I am sure those numbers change quarterly as roytes and carriers change often.

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: Gr8Circle
Posted 2006-12-07 20:28:18 and read 8042 times.

Quoting AirScoot (Reply 4):
Seems to me DXB would be in the running.

No way! More than half the aircrafts at any time, at DXB, will always be EK...

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: N1120A
Posted 2006-12-07 20:30:54 and read 8032 times.

There was a thread on this a couple of years ago and I believe the consensus led to FRA being the winner.

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: AirEMS
Posted 2006-12-07 20:47:40 and read 7987 times.

On the flip side who has the least?

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: A340Spotter
Posted 2006-12-07 22:11:50 and read 7888 times.

Quoting N1120A (Reply 7):
There was a thread on this a couple of years ago and I believe the consensus led to FRA being the winner.

I would tend to agree. This past November 3rd, for a matter of 3-4 hours, I logged 70 different airlines and I'd reckon there were at least 30 more that weren't even written down due to not needing any of their fleets (reg. wise).

CDG, AMS and to a lesser extent, LHR (slot reasons) are likely also up there.
US wise, MIA, JFK, LAX, SFO, BOS, ORD all would come to mind.

JSD

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: Cubsrule
Posted 2006-12-07 22:18:56 and read 7865 times.

Quoting AirEMS (Reply 8):
On the flip side who has the least?

Opening quite a can of worms, aren't we? A more interesting question might be what carrier flies to the most airports at which they provide the only scheduled passenger service, and I have absolutely no idea.

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: SeeTheWorld
Posted 2006-12-07 22:31:39 and read 7828 times.

In the United States, it's JFK, and it's always been JFK; and LAX has always been number 2 (December 2006 OAG):

JFK - 72 airlines
LAX - 57 airlines
MIA - 42 airlines
ORD - 37 airlines

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: Mk777
Posted 2006-12-07 22:33:00 and read 7822 times.

What about airports in Asian cities?

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: SeeTheWorld
Posted 2006-12-07 22:38:09 and read 7796 times.

I just checked CDG, FRA, LHR, HKG, and NRT:

CDG - 119 airlines - WOW!!
FRA - 104 airlines
LHR - 86 airlines
HKG - 62 airlines
NRT - 53 airlines

Keep in mind folks, these are number of unique "two-letter" airline codes for airlines serving the airport. Therefore, an express carrier of a trunk carrier will be counted as an additional airline.

[Edited 2006-12-07 22:39:46]

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: Cubsrule
Posted 2006-12-07 22:41:19 and read 7783 times.

Quoting SeeTheWorld (Reply 11):
In the United States, it's JFK, and it's always been JFK; and LAX has always been number 2 (December 2006 OAG):

Just out of curiousity, do those OAG numbers count certificate holders or the carrier selling the flight? If we get YV, OO, OH, S5, BTA, and MQ in there, ORD and MIA are much, much closer than I would expect.

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: SeeTheWorld
Posted 2006-12-07 22:45:22 and read 7769 times.

Quoting Cubsrule (Reply 14):
Just out of curiousity, do those OAG numbers count certificate holders or the carrier selling the flight? If we get YV, OO, OH, S5, BTA, and MQ in there, ORD and MIA are much, much closer than I would expect.

It counts any unique two-letter code as an airline. However, JFK is so far ahead of the other airports in the U.S. that it makes little difference. The reason JFK is so high is because of carriers like Uzbekistan Airways, Royal Air Maroc, etc. etc. etc ... not because of the express carriers. If anything they would tend to be higher in a place like ORD.

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: Cubsrule
Posted 2006-12-07 22:55:26 and read 7743 times.

Quoting SeeTheWorld (Reply 15):
The reason JFK is so high is because of carriers like Uzbekistan Airways, Royal Air Maroc, etc. etc. etc ... not because of the express carriers. If anything they would tend to be higher in a place like ORD.

Yeah, that's why I was wondering. It might push LAX ahead of HKG as they have a good handful (QX, OO, YV, EV, BTA, MQ, and a few more), and I think it makes ORD and MIA very, very close.

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: JakTrax
Posted 2006-12-08 03:13:16 and read 7599 times.

Quoting SeeTheWorld (Reply 13):
CDG - 119 airlines - WOW!!

I was just about to suggest De Gaulle when I spotted this. It may not be quite as busy as LHR and FRA but when I was last there there sure was an impressive procession of airlines.

In response to which airport has the least, it's a silly question really. Any airport with no scheduled services would qualify. of which there are thousands worldwide. Lydd and Southend here in the UK spring to mind immediately.

Karl

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: MIAMIx707
Posted 2006-12-08 04:41:31 and read 7505 times.

Quoting SeeTheWorld (Reply 11):
In the United States, it's JFK, and it's always been JFK; and LAX has always been number 2 (December 2006 OAG):

IF we're counting cargo airlines, it used to be MIA hands down up until about the mid-90's. Even back then MIA might have had more pax airlines than JFK and LAX as well.

Quoting SeeTheWorld (Reply 13):
CDG - 119 airlines - WOW!!
FRA - 104 airlines

Maybe years ago but right now that sounds like too much.. I bet some airlines on those lists are not around anymore or not flying to the airport any longer. My guess at the momet would be Moscow Dodomodedovo or Beijing, perhaps Dubai.

What about Singapore, Bangkok?

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: SeeTheWorld
Posted 2006-12-08 15:18:54 and read 7349 times.

Quoting MIAMIx707 (Reply 18):
Maybe years ago but right now that sounds like too much.. I bet some airlines on those lists are not around anymore or not flying to the airport any longer. My guess at the momet would be Moscow Dodomodedovo or Beijing, perhaps Dubai.

This information comes from the December 2006 OAG, so I'd say most of the airlines included are flying.

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: JakTrax
Posted 2006-12-08 15:46:45 and read 7308 times.

Quoting MIAMIx707 (Reply 18):
Moscow Dodomodedovo

Nope. Was there last year and it was very slow. It could possibly have the most internal airlines, as ex-Soviet carriers are springing up left, right and centre at the moment. I grant you one thing though - I bet in 3-5 years it will be a very, very busy airport indeed.

Quoting MIAMIx707 (Reply 18):
What about Singapore, Bangkok?

Big Star Alliance hubs so doubtful.

Karl

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: PanHAM
Posted 2006-12-08 15:53:12 and read 7289 times.

Quoting SeeTheWorld (Reply 13):
CDG - 119 airlines - WOW!!
FRA - 104 airlines

AMS should be high up on the list as well.

The FRA figure (I haven't couble checked it) should be regular line carriers, plus there are regular all cargo carriers as well, plus the regular tourist charter carriers which are not AOG listed. The overall figure is something like 200 of which ca, 170 have at least one frequency per week.

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: Mirrodie
Posted 2006-12-08 16:09:03 and read 7256 times.

Quoting SeeTheWorld (Reply 11):
In the United States, it's JFK, and it's always been JFK; and LAX has always been number 2 (December 2006 OAG):

Thank you for noting your source.

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: Floridaflyboy
Posted 2006-12-08 16:32:14 and read 7208 times.

LAS has to be way up there toward the top somewhere!

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: MIAMIx707
Posted 2006-12-08 19:02:38 and read 6756 times.

Quoting SeeTheWorld (Reply 19):
This information comes from the December 2006 OAG, so I'd say most of the airlines included are flying.

Right now yes, JFK has more airlines than Miami, I have to add up all the cargo airlines and see but JFK has more pax carriers for sure in 2006. Back in the mid-90s MIA was really close to LHR in total #, I remember checking a 1995 OAG.

Quoting JakTrax (Reply 20):
Nope. Was there last year and it was very slow. It could possibly have the most internal airlines, as ex-Soviet carriers are springing up left, right and centre at the moment. I grant you one thing though - I bet in 3-5 years it will be a very, very busy airport indeed.

I waasn't talking about busy, I meant number of airlines, and no, American Eagle, Continental connection to me don't count  Wink

For example, even in the Miami Airport website there are airlines listed there that don't fly anymore. Another thing is, some airlines like Surinam for example, haven't flown to MIA with their own equipment for many years, so do we count those?

Being that FRA is in Europe, with the amount of summer charters it could get, etc. .it might very well have 100+ airlines at times. Not sure about CDG.

Could someone post the # of airlines that can be seen at FRA, CDG, LHR?

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: MainMAN
Posted 2006-12-08 20:27:05 and read 6396 times.

I just counted MAN's and it came in at 66, which excludes charter airlines and includes a few seasonal services (Air Canada, Adria etc).

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: MIAMIx707
Posted 2006-12-08 20:37:32 and read 6604 times.

For anyone interested, here's the breakdown of the airlines that can be regularly seen right now at MIA:

Passenger airlines:

AeroMéxico
Aerolíneas Argentinas
Aeropostal
Air Canada
Air France
Air Jamaica
AirTran Airways
Alaska Airlines
Alitalia
America West Airlines
American Airlines/American Eagle
AVIANCA
Avior (begins mid-December)
Bahamasair
British Airways
BWIA West Indies Airways (becoming Caribbean Airlines in Jan'07)
Cape Air
Cayman Airways
Continental Airlines
COPA Airlines
Delta Air Lines/Comair / Chautauqua Airlines / Delta Connection
El Al
Gulfstream
Iberia
LAB - Lloyd Aéreo Boliviano
LAN /LAN Argentina/LAN Ecuador/LAN Peru
LTU
Lufthansa
Lynx Air International
Martinair
Mexicana
Miami Air/Surinam Airways
Northwest
Santa Barbara Airlines
Skyking
Sun Country Airlines
Swiss International Air Lines
TACA/Lacsa
TAM Brazilian Airlines
TED
US Airways
Virgin Atlantic

total: 42

Cargo airlines:

ABSA
Airborne Express/ABX
Air Tahoma (FedEx Feeder)
Air Transport International
Amerijet
Ameristar
Arrow
Atlas Air
Avialeasing
Capital Cargo
China Airlines
Centurion
Cielos
DHL/DHL Aeroexpreso/Astar
Estafeta
Fedex
Florida West
Focus Air
Gemini
IBC
Kitty Hawk
Korean Air
Mas Air
Merlin Airways (FedEx Feeder)
Mountain Air Cargo (Fedex Feeder)
Murray Air
Polar Air Cargo
Skyway
Tampa
Tradewinds
UPS

total: 31

grand total:

73 airlines

[Edited 2006-12-08 20:41:17]

[Edited 2006-12-08 20:44:56]

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: ZschocheImages
Posted 2006-12-09 01:02:55 and read 6461 times.

Quoting MIAMIx707 (Reply 26):
For anyone interested, here's the breakdown of the airlines that can be regularly seen right now at MIA:



Quoting MIAMIx707 (Reply 26):
El Al

I thought El Al cut MIA a while back.

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: AirEMS
Posted 2006-12-09 01:14:52 and read 6441 times.

I thought that UAL flew mainline to MIA? Or did this change to all TED??

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: N1120A
Posted 2006-12-09 03:01:40 and read 6385 times.

Quoting ZschocheImages (Reply 27):
I thought El Al cut MIA a while back.

Nope

Quoting AirEMS (Reply 28):
I thought that UAL flew mainline to MIA? Or did this change to all TED??

All Ted, though Ted is flown under the UA code with UA crews.

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: MIAMIx707
Posted 2006-12-09 22:03:38 and read 6171 times.

I guess no one is willing to do the same for say CDG, FRA or LHR...  Sad

Until someone lists the same I did for MIA, I don't believe there are anywhere near 200 airlines at FRA, no way.

I'd be interesting to see the numbers from enthusiasts/spotters that know what goes there.

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: PanHAM
Posted 2006-12-09 23:13:37 and read 6107 times.

OK, here we go for FRA

http://www.fraport.com/cms/press_cen...airport_winter_timetable_20060.htm

The Fraport press release presenting the Winter 2006/7 timetable says that there will be 127 airlines in scheduled passenger service. Furthermore, 34 airlines carry freight on scheduled services.

That excludes the numerous ad hoc and regular charter services. Some passenger airlines may double as freight carriers as well (not LH , LCAG is separate) but we have over 150 in scheduled service and close to 200 coming here regularly.

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: Sketty222
Posted 2006-12-10 02:00:21 and read 6000 times.

Quoting SeeTheWorld (Reply 13):
I just checked CDG, FRA, LHR, HKG, and NRT:

CDG - 119 airlines - WOW!!
FRA - 104 airlines
LHR - 86 airlines
HKG - 62 airlines
NRT - 53 airlines

Thats really interesting. I would have thought of FRA as Numero Uno and then maybe LHR. I only think of FRA first as it is in mainland europe rather than an island like the UK

Lee

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: Gunsontheroof
Posted 2006-12-10 05:14:56 and read 5899 times.

Quoting Floridaflyboy (Reply 23):
LAS has to be way up there toward the top somewhere!

Might I ask why? Most of the traffic to LAS comes in via US (America West) or WN...aside from most major U.S. carriers and a handful of internationals, there's not much else. Certainly nothing near what we see at FRA, CDG, JFK, LHR, etc.

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: FlyboyOz
Posted 2006-12-10 05:18:51 and read 5890 times.

I believe that SYD has more airlines than other major cities in Australia

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: MIAMIx707
Posted 2006-12-10 06:59:29 and read 5830 times.

Quoting PanHAM (Reply 31):
The Fraport press release presenting the Winter 2006/7 timetable says that there will be 127 airlines in scheduled passenger service. Furthermore, 34 airlines carry freight on scheduled services.

That excludes the numerous ad hoc and regular charter services. Some passenger airlines may double as freight carriers as well (not LH , LCAG is separate) but we have over 150 in scheduled service and close to 200 coming here regularly.

Can someone link me to a list? I'd like to see the airlines that can be photographed in daylight. I know a number of the exotic airlines at LHR are there only at night.

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: PanHAM
Posted 2006-12-10 09:35:46 and read 5781 times.

Quoting MIAMIx707 (Reply 35):
Can someone link me to a list? I'd like to see the airlines that can be photographed in daylight. I know a number of the exotic airlines at LHR are there only at night.

I try to find a list for you but I am not sure if there is one. Taking pictures is a bit difficult since they closed the observation decks. By far more and better places in MIA, in FRA the best place now is the hill at the take off runway 18.

Anyone in with numbers for LHR and CDG? My personal bet os that FRA has the most doversity in Europe, simply because some of the exotic carriers (must) go to LGW and ORY.

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: Dstc47
Posted 2006-12-10 09:50:33 and read 5764 times.

Even less likely spots score well

According to the airport operator Dublin has 50 scheduled passenger airlines, not bad for a small country, plus an unknown but significant number of charter carriers and freight operators. Yet, originally EI and more recently FR, are the dominant carriers.

DUB just passed the 20m passenger level this week (and many days it seems like all of them are in the queue for security ahead of you).

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: PanHAM
Posted 2006-12-10 10:26:17 and read 5729 times.

Quoting Dstc47 (Reply 37):
DUB just passed the 20m passenger level this week (and many days it seems like all of them are in the queue for security ahead of you).

I can confirm that, two endless lines on a Saturday morning before 6 am, took me 5 minutes to find the C express line.

Quoting MIAMIx707 (Reply 35):

Can someone link me to a list? I'd like to see the airlines that can be photographed in daylight.

you will find a lot of information under www.rmas.de but a listing of the various carriers is difficult to get. Could have to do with German overly restrictive data protection laws.

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: HUYguy
Posted 2006-12-10 12:30:19 and read 5648 times.

Interestingly, according to the BAA websites, LHR and LGW have the same number just about. On LHR's website it says about 90, and on LGW's website it says 90 too, I suppose most of LGW is charter traffic though.

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: BuyantUkhaa
Posted 2006-12-10 15:54:17 and read 5554 times.

Quoting PanHAM (Reply 21):
AMS should be high up on the list as well.

Using the slot allocation site, you'll see that in W06/07 slots have been given to 108 airlines. That's regular flights only, no ad hoc charters.

AMS&s=W2006" target=_blank>http://www.slotcoordination.nl/content/sal.asp?r=zf7&ap=AMS&s=W2006

For summer 2007, that number is 121:

AMS&s=S2007" target=_blank>http://www.slotcoordination.nl/content/sal.asp?r=zf7&ap=AMS&s=S2007

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: Viscount724
Posted 2006-12-10 20:27:58 and read 5440 times.

Geneva is served by 47 scheduled airlines in the current winter schedule. There can't be many, if any, other cities anywhere in the world with a population of less than 450,000 served by that many airlines.

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: Bond007
Posted 2006-12-11 01:45:34 and read 5292 times.

Quoting SeeTheWorld (Reply 11):
JFK - 72 airlines
LAX - 57 airlines
MIA - 42 airlines
ORD - 37 airlines



Quoting SeeTheWorld (Reply 15):
However, JFK is so far ahead of the other airports in the U.S. that it makes little difference.



Quoting MIAMIx707 (Reply 18):
IF we're counting cargo airlines, it used to be MIA hands down up until about



Quoting MIAMIx707 (Reply 24):
Right now yes, JFK has more airlines than Miami, I have to add up all the cargo airlines and see but JFK has more pax carriers for sure in 2006

If you do add the cargo airlines, then the US airports are pretty close. Over the past 7 days, the number of different 3 character codes are the following:

JFK 89
MIA 76
LAX 70
ORD 68

..and since it was mentioned:

LAS 56

This also includes some corporate jets using 3-char codes, but that only accounts for perhaps 3-4 extra (TAG, EJA, OPT etc.).

Also all regionals are counted separately (AAL, and EGF count as 2 for example).

Data from database of all IFR flights in the USA past 7 days.

Jimbo

edited: refined the numbers a little

[Edited 2006-12-11 02:01:38]

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: N1120A
Posted 2006-12-11 09:45:25 and read 5196 times.

Quoting HUYguy (Reply 39):
On LHR's website it says about 90, and on LGW's website it says 90 too, I suppose most of LGW is charter traffic though.

LGW gets a lot of flights from airlines not allowed to fly into LHR, either by treaty or by slot allocation. LGW actually gets more US based airlines than LHR.

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: PanHAM
Posted 2006-12-11 09:54:46 and read 5187 times.

Quoting BuyantUkhaa (Reply 40):

Using the slot allocation site, you'll see that in W06/07 slots have been given to 108 airlines. That's regular flights only, no ad hoc charters.

whatever the slot allocations say - the press release by Fraport certainly will not show that number of airlines if in reality there are less. The combined figure - pax and cargo - is over 150 and the ad hoc charters come on top of that.

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: SJUboeingGirl
Posted 2006-12-12 02:24:21 and read 4962 times.

104 for FRA? that's really amazing, from all the times i've been in FRA never thought it was served by that much airlines

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: SailorOrion
Posted 2006-12-12 09:19:09 and read 4866 times.

MUC lists 113(!!!) active airlines for 2005. Don't have 2006 data and don't feel like scanning the schedule.

SailorOrion

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: MIAMIx707
Posted 2006-12-12 14:16:36 and read 4747 times.

What about Beijing? The number of domestic Chinese airlrines alone might be huge plus other exotics like Air Koryo and such.

Thanks PanHam, ill check that link out.

Quoting BuyantUkhaa (Reply 40):
Quoting PanHAM (Reply 21):
AMS should be high up on the list as well.

Using the slot allocation site, you'll see that in W06/07 slots have been given to 108 airlines. That's regular flights only, no ad hoc charters.

AMS&s=W2006" target=_blank>http://www.slotcoordination.nl/content/sal.asp?r=zf7&ap=AMS&s=W2006

For summer 2007, that number is 121:

AMS&s=S2007" target=_blank>http://www.slotcoordination.nl/content/sal.asp?r=zf7&ap=AMS&s=S2007

those links aren't working

In think it was ATW that did an article on AMS a year or so ago and it listed all the airlines, while the list was large, if I remember right it wasn't much larger than say JFK. There weren't that many rare airlines either.

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: VV701
Posted 2006-12-13 04:28:05 and read 4618 times.

Quoting MIAMIx707 (Reply 24):
Could someone post the # of airlines that can be seen at FRA, CDG, LHR?

The first challenge is whether to include the cargo subsidiaries of passenger airlines as separate airlines. At LHR these include Korean Air Cargo, Eva Air Cargo, Singapore Airlines Cargo and Cathay Pacific Air Cargo. None of these is included in the list below.

Next what about the likes of GT, KJ and CL. All GT and KJ flights are operated with BA flight codes and with aircraft in BA colours most of which - but not all - are identifiable by their nose titles. Similarly all CL aircraft flying into LHR are operating LH flights and some - but only some - have distinctive markings. I have included these as separate airlines.

Then there are the separate liveries of the likes of Austrian Airlines and Austrian Arrows, of KLM and KLM Cityhopper and of SAS Scandinavian Airlines and SAS Braathens. These all operate under a unified code, do not have their own code and are not separately identified in the list below.

The list is of airlines scheduled to operate into LHR during summer 2006. It includes Kingfisher which I believe, because of the Jet Airways bid, might never have flown a flight into LHR.

So here are my 86 LHR summer 2006 airlines:

SA)">AA
AC
AF
AH
AI
AT
AY
AZ
BA
BCS
BD
BG
BI
BR
BW
CA
CL
CX
CY
DU
EI
EK
ET
EY
FI
FV
GF
GT
HM
HY
IB
IR
IY
JL
JM
JU
KE
KJ
KL
KM
KQ
KU
LG
LH
LN
LO
LX
LY
MA
ME
MK
MS
NH
NZ
OA
SA Czech Airlines">OK
OS
OZ
O3
PK
QF
QR
RB
RJ
RG
RO
SA
SK
SN
SQ
SU
SV
S2
TG
TK
TP
TU
T5
UA
UL
VS
WA
YK
4L
9W

Note that the entry between OA and OS should simply read 'OK'.

RG is now gone but KK has arrived to effectively replace it.

Topic: RE: Most Airlines At Single Airport...
Username: BuyantUkhaa
Posted 2006-12-13 11:38:51 and read 4544 times.

Quoting MIAMIx707 (Reply 47):
those links aren't working

Try www.slotcoordination.nl and click on "slot allocation list".


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