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International Routes Of Major Airlines

Thu Sep 16, 1999 8:26 am

This post is related to my previous one about going to Europe. I can't find a UA or many other int'l airlines' route maps, so I was wondering, if departing SLC for the hub of say, UA, then which stops would we make, or changeovers to other planes/airlines would we make before we got to London? Basically, what would the routes from SLC-London be?
Thanks

DL 604

P.S. Give me any airlines you think a Jr. High would choose. I've got the info on TWA and Delta.
 
FLY777UAL
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RE: International Routes Of Major Airlines

Thu Sep 16, 1999 8:33 am

UA--
SLC-ORD-LHR ** most likely
SLC-LAX-LHR
SLC-SFO-LHR

DL-
SLC-SEA --CNX TO--
BA-
SEA-LHR

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Adam84
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RE: International Routes Of Major Airlines

Thu Sep 16, 1999 8:43 am

You would probably fly through: SLC-LON

Atlanta or Cincinatti if you flew Delta.
Houston or Newark if you flew Continental.
Dallas if you flew American
Chicago or Boston if you flew United.
Minneapolis if you flew Northwest


I think thats about it, There may be a few that are different, Hope I was some help.
 
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To FLY777UAL

Thu Sep 16, 1999 9:57 am

When did UA start flying SLC-LAX..I think your other 2 routes are right on..I dont know why we arent flying LAX-SLC..LAX has added alot of destinations lately and it would seem LAX-SLC would fit in nicely for Shuttle or even a few A319 flts like the new LAX-DFW/IAH routes...

FYI if US/UK could ever settle thier disagreements UA will go DEN-LHR so SLC-DEN-LHR would also be an option...
 
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RE: To FLY777UAL

Thu Sep 16, 1999 10:06 am

Sorry...a premature thought for the new LAX hub!

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RE: International Routes Of Major Airlines

Fri Sep 17, 1999 4:52 am

According to Travelocity's schedules: AA: SLC-ORD-LHR or SLC-DFW-LGW CO: SLC-EWR-LGW or SLC-IAH-LGW DL: SLC-CVG-LGW or SLC-ATL-LGW NW: SLC-MSP-LGW TW: SLC-STL-LGW UA: SLC-ORD-LHR As for which a Jr. High is most likely to take, I couldn't tell you.

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