When I was at the airport - I picked up an AirTran, Independence Air and Delta timetable. I know Southwest prints them, as you stated - and I heard that AA was bringing them back on one of the other threads. I know that Northwest and Continental recently printed them, but since the advent of the Internet and downloadable timetables, they've gone by the wayside.
Continental has not printed a time table since November of 2001.
AeroMexico still prints a time table. I guess because they still dont have one you can download. The AM timetable always has great pictures on the cover. Check it out sometime.
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NW last printed sched was DEC of 02. I remember going thru DTW in early Jan of 03 looking for a schedule and the agents there said were none and the company stopped printing them to save $$$$$$$$$.
They(NW) make one available on their website to download.
If two people agree on EVERYTHING, then one isn't necessary.
i just picked up the sept04 swa timetable. i just had sent to me the oct independence air timetable. the last delta timetable i have is from june04. i have the new oct aloha timetable, and when i arrived into philly tues night, all airtran had was a july04 timetable. that's all so far, i will look around philly this weekend when i am there
As far as I know you can get airport timetables. ABE & PHL publish theirs quarterly.
To the PHL guys,
The new PHL timetables have a folliage background. I just picked one up at the Independence Visitor's Center (located at 6th & Market) during my lunch break. They should be also available at the various Information desks through out the terminals and at SEPTA's Market East station. I'm not sure whether 30th Street Station or Suburban Station have them as well or not.
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