Air France still has them. I also got my hands on the latest jetBlue timetable and SWISS' first timetable at Dulles airport.
A few weeks ago I found a box of old timetables I collected about 15 years ago, including those from Pan Am, TWA, Eastern, Midway (original), JAT, Swissair, Piedmont & PSA (originals), USAir, Sabena, Crossair, Nordair, Canadian, United, ANA, British Airways, Republic, Finnair, and others. On the cover of an American timetable, it says "American is taking off from Nashville", promoting the now closed new hub. "More 747s to Latin America" is on the cover of one of my Pan Am timetables. It's really cool looking at some of the old routes that were around back then, such as summertime JAT DC-10s to Pittsburgh and United being the first airline to serve all 50 states; and it is kind of sad seeing Pan Am offering an evening LHR-JFK flight (103), and TWA offering their JFK-CDG flight (800).