PizzaPolli
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My Comprehensive AA Domestic Departure Rankings

Mon Jun 14, 2004 3:51 pm

So I was on a long drive recently and since I wasn't driving I thought I would produce a list of all of AA's domestic departures form each airport listed in order from largest to smallest. I thought I would post it incase anyone was interested. I am sure that I missed several things but this is a pretty complete list of airports and how many departures they have. The list is for JUL.1 and only includes AA mainline flights. The first number is the total departures and the second number is how many heavies out of that if any. So here it is:

Total/Heavies

DFW: 505/23
ORD: 299/18
MIA: 198/41
LAX: 103/25
JFK: 80/55
LGA: 68
STL: 55
BOS: 53/7
SJU: 49/13
SFO: 38/7
MCO: 33/1
DCA: 29
SJC: 29/1
EWR: 27
AUS: 27
FLL: 26
LAS: 26
DEN: 23
PHL: 23
ATL: 22
SEA: 22
SAN: 21
MCI: 21
TPA: 21
BWI: 19
SNA: 19
RDU: 17/1
IAH: 16
SAT: 16
DTW: 15
MSY: 15
PHX: 15
MSP: 14
BNA: 13
BDL:13/1
ABQ: 11
IAD: 11
IND: 11
ELP: 10
TUS: 10
HNL: 10/6
PDX: 9
SLC: 8
TUC: 8
RNO: 7
SMF: 7
LGB: 7
COS: 6
HPN: 6
OAK: 6
PVD: 6
OGG: 6/3
MDW: 5
OKC: 5
ONT: 5
CLT: 5
PIT: 4
CMH: 4
OMA: 4
HOU: 4
BUR: 4
RIC: 3
ORF: 3
MFE: 3
PBI: 3
ANC: 2
MEM: 2
ICT: 2
HSV: 2
DAY: 2
SDF: 2
CLE: 2
LIH: 2
KOA: 2
XNA: 2
PSP: 1

Maybe if anyone is interested I'll break it down by a/c type for each airport or something like that when I am sitting at work bored. Ok well thats it for now.

[Edited 2004-06-14 09:19:56]
 
LV
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RE: My Comprehensive AA Domestic Departure Rankings

Mon Jun 14, 2004 4:02 pm

A couple you are missing....

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contrails
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RE: My Comprehensive AA Domestic Departure Rankings

Tue Jun 15, 2004 1:21 am

I don't see TUL or LIT on the list. Also, only 5 from OKC? Are you excluding American Eagle flights?
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MaverickM11
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RE: My Comprehensive AA Domestic Departure Rankings

Tue Jun 15, 2004 1:31 am

Are you not including 757s as heavies?
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aa777flyer
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RE: My Comprehensive AA Domestic Departure Rankings

Tue Jun 15, 2004 1:48 am

Someone has waayyyyy to much time on their hands......
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stirling
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RE: My Comprehensive AA Domestic Departure Rankings

Tue Jun 15, 2004 2:29 am

Would you hate me/love me/call me crazy/through rotten vegetables at me, if I told you, I have done the same thing Pizzapoli has done, but for every major airline, from 1965 to 2002? I have some holes here and there, but go ahead, ask me, how many departures did say NW have from JFK in 1988, or how many flight from SFO on UA in 1973......Any one care to venture on PE EWR flights in 1986, or National 1969?
Call it a sickness.
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FATFlyer
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RE: My Comprehensive AA Domestic Departure Rankings

Tue Jun 15, 2004 2:42 am

I also don't see FAT on the list. AA as of July 1 has 3 FAT-DFW mainline flights.
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PizzaPolli
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RE: My Comprehensive AA Domestic Departure Rankings

Tue Jun 15, 2004 3:25 am

Like I said it is not a complete list but rather a close idea and breakdown. I don't count 757's as heavies and it is only mainline as I said above, no AA eagle. Geez guys, you do something you think people might appreciate around here and all you get is nitpicking, aside from Stirling ofcourse. Thanks man  Wink/being sarcastic
 
FATFlyer
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RE: My Comprehensive AA Domestic Departure Rankings

Wed Jun 16, 2004 12:25 am

Pizzapoli, nitpicking? Nah. Sorry if it comes across that way Embarrassment But many people (even locals!!) tend to think there are no mainline jets by any airline at FAT. So I'm always working to spread the correct info.

And yes there are a few of us who have done similiar things with other airlines. After 5 years of marriage my wife is still trying to figure out why I keep boxes of old pocket Skyguides and airline timetables around.  Nuts

[Edited 2004-06-15 17:27:28]
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