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Smallest International Cities Served From The US

Sun Nov 14, 2004 12:19 pm

What are some small/not so well known international cities served from the United States?

EDIT: Excluding Canada and Mexico

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Sun Nov 14, 2004 12:33 pm

Dosn't CO serve Cairns in QLD Australia?
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Sun Nov 14, 2004 12:38 pm

Some of the smallest international destinations served from the USA are flown by Continental Micronesia on their island hoping flights from HNL and Guam. These are some of the smallest and least populated islands in the world receiving scheduled air service and some are USA territories while other destinations of Continental Micronesia are not.

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RE: Smallest International Cities Served From The US

Sun Nov 14, 2004 12:44 pm

I think you should exclude Canada and Mexico from your list, because there are some that I here in Europe would have never heard about. But because I am interested in aviation..

In this case I would clearly guess Shannon as the smallest intercontinental City from the USA.
 
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Sun Nov 14, 2004 1:06 pm

Some small ones from the mainland U.S. include

Roatan, Honduras
Liberia, Costa Rica
tons of Caribbean Island destinations
 
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Sun Nov 14, 2004 1:12 pm

In Europe:
Geneva (GVA) 185,000, but there are 440,000 in the Canton of Geneva
Reykjavik (KEF) 111,000, but the airport is actually in Keflavik
Venice (VCE) 240,000

In Latin America and the Caribbean:
Liberia, Costa Rica (LIR) 33,000
Providenciales (PLS) There are only 20,000 in the entire country of the Turks and Caicos Islands.

 
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RE: Smallest International Cities Served From The US

Sun Nov 14, 2004 2:46 pm

LOT servers Krakow, Poland from ORD. I'm not familiar with Poland though so their population may be larger than I am envisioning.
 
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Sun Nov 14, 2004 3:04 pm

Dosn't CO serve Cairns in QLD Australia?

Oh..I thought UA was the only US carrier that served Oz. Does CO operate to Oz also?

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Sun Nov 14, 2004 3:14 pm

>LOT servers Krakow, Poland from ORD. I'm not familiar with Poland though so their population may be larger than I am envisioning <


Krakow is the second biggest city in Poland, and also the second most important. It also tends to be a bit better tourist destination than Warsaw. Also, a good deal of US based Poles are from Krakow based families. According to Krakow-info.com, the population of Krakow proper is 800,000, the metro area is 1.5 million and within 62 square miles there are 9 million people (which is more the size of a metro area in the US). To compare, the city LOT flies to Krakow from, Chicago, has a metro area population of 8.5 million (and that includes areas as far as Kenosha, WI).

That is bigger than Nice or Lyon, which both have non-stop service to the US.

While not the smallest place, I would venture to say that Tahiti, with a population of just about 250,000 (16% in Pappete) would be the small place with the most capacity, as they get 10X per week A343 LAX-PPT with TN, 3X per week AF 744 LAX-PPT and 3X 763 per week LAX-PPT with NZ. That is a lot of capacity to a little place.

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Sun Nov 14, 2004 3:26 pm

N1120a, wasn't the LYS service ended some time ago?
 
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RE: Smallest International Cities Served From The US

Sun Nov 14, 2004 3:40 pm

I don't know if this fits the description, but COEX flies to destinations in Mexico that are pretty small...Toluca, Saltillo, Leon, etc. All of them very small markets, and probably the smallest.
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RE: Smallest International Cities Served From The US

Sun Nov 14, 2004 3:58 pm

>N1120a, wasn't the LYS service ended some time ago?<

Yep, nice catch.

>I don't know if this fits the description, but COEX flies to destinations in Mexico that are pretty small...Toluca, Saltillo, Leon, etc. All of them very small markets, and probably the smallest.<

Well, Toluca has around 600,000 people. Leon is a major city in mexico and has around 2 million people. Saltillo also has around 600,000. None of these are small markets. Also, given the number of Mexicans in Texas (where COex flies the routes from) and the number in California (Where everyone flies from), the markets are even bigger. Also, Mexico was expressly left out of this. So was Canada, though you can fly non-stop from Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada (population 22,000) to Juneau, Alaska (population 35,000), now that is a small market route.
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Sun Nov 14, 2004 4:25 pm

AQ flies to Majuro (25,000 people) and Kwajalein (10,000 people) in the Marshall Islands, and Pago Pago, American Samoa (58,000 people).

HA serves Pago Pago and Tahiti.

Those have to be some of the smallest international destinations served.

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Sun Nov 14, 2004 4:28 pm

Aloha, American Samoa has that name for a reason. It is in the United States, and is not an international flight. Majuro and Kwajalein are international flights, as the Marshall Islands have been independant since the last decade (then again, they still use US currency).
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Sun Nov 14, 2004 5:05 pm

Maybe the Fairbanks, AK-Whitehorse YT run that Air North makes.
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Mon Nov 15, 2004 1:05 am

Perhaps some connections between Alaska and the northeast of Russia.
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Mon Nov 15, 2004 1:19 am

Shannon is a very small place indeed, if that helps resolve the problem, with less than 10,000 population. Even nearby Limerick City is only c 70,000.

Indeed, until the early 1960's, there was no Shannon town at all.
 
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Mon Nov 15, 2004 1:53 am

Kwajalein is a U.S. military installation (or rather, defense contractors).
 
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Mon Nov 15, 2004 2:27 am

Cayman Airways Flys Cayman Brac to Miami twice weekly with a 737-200. Cayman Brac has a population of 1,800
 
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RE: Smallest International Cities Served From The US

Mon Nov 15, 2004 2:46 am

Aguadilla (BQN) Puerto Rico is not a city, is a town with big airport.
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Mon Nov 15, 2004 3:22 am

I would count Puerto Rico as part of the US as it is not an international flight.
 
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Mon Nov 15, 2004 3:25 am

Oslo is one of the smaller cities I guess!
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Mon Nov 15, 2004 3:33 am

BRS, to be served by CO from May next year, has 398,000 people.

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Mon Nov 15, 2004 3:38 am

EDI and BRS are small cities
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RE: Smallest International Cities Served From The US

Mon Nov 15, 2004 3:43 am

Dstc47 is correct; most airports are built to serve a city; Shannon town was built around the airport; the population certainly isn't more than four figures - maybe 5-6,000, although Limerick is about 20 miles away. Mind you, most people in Clare don't like to be reminded of this!
 
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Mon Nov 15, 2004 6:56 am

I was informed that CO is also starting service between EWR and BFS next year.

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RE: Smallest International Cities Served From The US

Mon Nov 15, 2004 7:05 am

The Bahamas has a population of less than 300,000 and there can't be too many on Bimini.


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RE: Smallest International Cities Served From The US

Mon Nov 15, 2004 7:24 am

I agree with SNN and some of the Micronesian islands. But I would like to throw in some more that are pretty small:

- Sal Island (Cape Verde) (South African)
- Stuttgart (Delta)
- Terceira Island (Azores) (Air Luxor? TAP?)
- Rarotonga (Air NZ)
- Nice (Delta)

And if you are picky: Narita. A tiny village. Not part of Tokyo.

Of course, once you start thinking cargo, there are some scheduled cargo flights into places like Prestwick, Liege and Luxembourg. Ad-hoc cargo flights may go to even more really tiny cities.

Lastly, I would like to add that the one city where population size and airport pax numbers are the most disproportionate is probably Frankfurt: in the 600-600,000 inhabitants range, it is Europe's second largest airport with 48 million pax. Yes, I know the metro area is somewhat bigger, and the catchment area even more so..
 
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Mon Nov 15, 2004 7:25 am

I don't know the populations but Apia, Samoa and Nukualofa, Tonga would make this list too. Both served by NZ out of Los Angeles. Smile
 
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Mon Nov 15, 2004 7:51 am

Mozart
Stuttgart = small ?
That city has about 600.000 inhabitants and is a quite important city in southern Germany. All those nice cars like Mercedes and Porsche come from there.
DL serves STR out of ATL. STR is bigger than ATL !!
 
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RE: Smallest International Cities Served From The US

Mon Nov 15, 2004 7:58 am

>I don't know the populations but Apia, Samoa<

American Samoa is called American Samoa because it is part of the US. Therefore, it is not international. Do NZ have cabotage rights?
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Mon Nov 15, 2004 7:58 am

Chiguire,

I know that STR has about 600,000 inhabitants. I consider that "small" in comparison to most cities in Europe that have transatlantic service. I think with a few exceptions most have at least one million (exceptions VCE, NCE, GVA, ZRH, OSL?, KEF). And since Lyon was mentioned, I would like to add that Lyon is bigger (about 1 M inhabs) than STR. I am aware that STR is the home of great cars, but as Detroit shows, you can be the home of crap-on-wheels and still be a big city.

ATL bigger than STR? Maybe, did not check.
 
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Mon Nov 15, 2004 8:05 am

You can't forget Bermuda, served from the US by AA, DL and US....the entire country has a population of approx. 62,000....the main city and capital, Hamilton, has approx. 2,000 to 2,500 residents.....and that is where the airport is located.
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Mon Nov 15, 2004 8:16 am

>I don't know the populations but Apia, Samoa<

American Samoa is called American Samoa because it is part of the US. Therefore, it is not international. Do NZ have cabotage rights?


N1120a,
What are you on about?
Apia is in Samoa (formerly Western Samoa), a totally separate territory to American Samoa whose capital is Pagopago.
Twice you've pointed that out now.
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Mon Nov 15, 2004 8:17 am

MAN is a small city.
 
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RE: Smallest International Cities Served From The US

Mon Nov 15, 2004 8:31 am

"Also, given the number of Mexicans in Texas (where COex flies the routes from) and the number in California (Where everyone flies from), the markets are even bigger"


N1120a

I'm not following you. What does the number of people from Mexico in Texas have to do with anything? I get the point that we're not talking about Canada or Mexico, but your comment make absolutely no sense!
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Mon Nov 15, 2004 8:50 am

>I know that STR has about 600,000 inhabitants. I consider that "small" in comparison to most cities in Europe that have transatlantic service. I think with a few exceptions most have at least one million (exceptions VCE, NCE, GVA, ZRH, OSL?, KEF). And since Lyon was mentioned, I would like to add that Lyon is bigger (about 1 M inhabs) than STR. I am aware that STR is the home of great cars, but as Detroit shows, you can be the home of crap-on-wheels and still be a big city.<

Lyon, according to official population numbers, has just under 500,000 people. Also, Stuttgart has the cachement area of Karlsruhe, Strasbourg, Baden-Baden, Ingolstadt, Freiburg (BSL has no trans-atlantic service) and several other places. We are talking about probably 2 million at least. Definately bigger than Atlanta or Detroit (which has less than 1,000,000 people as a city). Then again, it is only 2 hours from Frankfurt.

>Apia is in Samoa (formerly Western Samoa), a totally separate territory to American Samoa whose capital is Pagopago.
Twice you've pointed that out now.<

Well, you caught me on Apia, but the first time they were talking about Pago Pago, which is in American Samoa
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RE: Smallest International Cities Served From The US

Mon Nov 15, 2004 8:59 am

Yeah I know N1120a. We all learn something every day.
As for the question you asked about NZ having cabotage rights, correct me if I'm wrong but I take it you mean 5th Freedom.
Yes, NZ does have 5th Freedom out of both Apia and Nukualofa.
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RE: Smallest International Cities Served From The US

Mon Nov 15, 2004 9:03 am

>They don't of course fly to Pagopago. I could never figure out why<

Probably because they cannot sell tickets to LAX, as that would be cabotage.
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Mon Nov 15, 2004 9:10 am

For "mainland" countries, Belize would be up there.

Belize City (airport "really" in Ladyville) P.S. Goldson airport, a city population of ~62,000, serves the country with a pop ~ 275,000 total. BZE gets decent service, 3 flights a day to Houston (2 CO, 1 TACA), AA flights to Miami daily, and other growing services (DFW, Charlotte, etc).

Roatan, Honduras as noted above, would also be up there for mainland cities outside of Mexico and Canada.

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Mon Nov 15, 2004 9:35 am

N1120a your stats on the chicagoland population is way off.

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Mon Nov 15, 2004 9:55 am

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As well as UA's services from LAX/SFO to SYD/MEL, HA serve HNL-SYD and CO serve GUM - CNS(Cains) and is to/has started services to DRW(Darwin)
None of these services is daily. HA is 3-4 weekly, the others once or twice.


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RE: Smallest International Cities Served From The US

Mon Nov 15, 2004 10:04 am

>Chicagoland had 9,157,540 inhabitants in the 2000 census. Population estimates for 2004 place the Chicagoland population at approximately 9,650,000.<

My eye caught an earlier year. Also, 500,000 more people in 4 years? Then again, the greater Krakow area (I laugh typing that) is still about the same size.

>I'm not following you. What does the number of people from Mexico in Texas have to do with anything? I get the point that we're not talking about Canada or Mexico, but your comment make absolutely no sense!<

Sure it makes sense. The market for flights is huge. Since there are so many people from Mexico in CA and TX, the flights fill up. Also, most of those fares are not cheap internet discounts, rather close to full fare.

>As well as UA's services from LAX/SFO to SYD/MEL, HA serve HNL-SYD and CO serve GUM - CNS(Cains) and is to/has started services to DRW(Darwin)
None of these services is daily. HA is 3-4 weekly, the others once or twice<

Since when is the UA LAX/SFO service not daily? LAX-SYD-MEL is now going up to 10X weekly and SFO-SYD is daily
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RE: Smallest International Cities Served From The US

Mon Nov 15, 2004 10:10 am

DL serves STR out of ATL. STR is bigger than ATL

Atlanta has a population of 3.5 million. The US carries population as a metro area being for the most part cities are commercial/business centers and suburbs are residential areas.
If you only included the city limits then technically the flight would be from Hapeville/College Park, GA instead of Atlanta, GA.
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Mon Nov 15, 2004 10:27 am

>Atlanta has a population of 3.5 million. The US carries population as a metro area being for the most part cities are commercial/business centers and suburbs are residential areas.
If you only included the city limits then technically the flight would be from Hapeville/College Park, GA instead of Atlanta, GA.<

The US carries population as both city limits and metro area. Given that Los Angeles proper still has 3.8 million people, and its metro area has close to 20 million, those are both imposing numbers, and both are listed.
Also, in the area you say ATL has 3.5 million, the same distance from Stuttgart and you get places like Mannheim, Ingolstadt, Heidelberg, etc. that are also close to airports like FRA and MUC. You also have to include Karlsruhe (a large city), Strasbourg (In France, aslo a large city) and many others. You are talking probably 5 million at least who live within the distance of STR that the metro area of Atlanta is.
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Mon Nov 15, 2004 10:41 am

Well no matter how much area you include in a metropolitan area I think it is safe to say that the "Smallest International Cities served from the US" will not include a city on the continent of Europe and if the question was presented in reverse it would not include a city in the continental US.
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RE: Smallest International Cities Served From The US

Mon Nov 15, 2004 10:45 am

Mozart:

You are right about Terceira Island, but it's neither TAP or Air Luxor that fly from there to the US. It's North American and ATA, that do charters in the summer for the local festivities  Smokin cool . SATAInternacional ocasionally flies from Terceira to the US, but keeps a regular flight from LIS to BOS stopping in PDL. So... The Azorian islands would be among the smallest "cities" being served from the US, as the nine islands have a population of only 237000.
 
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RE: Smallest International Cities Served From The US

Mon Nov 15, 2004 11:27 am

How about this...what is the smallest metropolitan area that gets widebody service from the United States mainland? I'm thinking Aruba here is a possibility, but I may need some help here...anybody want to help me out with this?
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Mon Nov 15, 2004 11:35 am

AUA is 70,000. KOA is 50,000. BDA is 63,000
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RE: Smallest International Cities Served From The US

Mon Nov 15, 2004 11:58 am

BDA, served daily from the U.S. by AA, CO, DL, US (including 767's) and 3x week by USA3000, has a population of 63,000 and is only 21 square miles.

P.S. ElectraBob, the airport is not in Hamilton as is often stated. It's much closer to the town of St.George which is even smaller