The 15 March 1984 North Amer OAG is the one on auction this week, so more trivia from the listing:
First appearance in the OAG for Midwest Express; eff 29 Apr they will have a Mo-Fr DC-9 ATW-MKE in the AM and back in the evening.
Hilo no longer rates a nonstop from the mainland, but UA flies LAX-KOA-ITO-LAX presumably due to the 6500-ft runway at Kona. Eff 1 April Piedmont reaches the West Coast with a CLT-LAX nonstop.
The Air-Britain book says Florida Express started 1/84; in this issue their B11s fly MCO to FLL, MIA, BNA-SDF, ORF-RIC, IND and TPA. Best Airlines route map is in two pieces: DFW-ESF-ATL, ESF-GPT-ATL, DTW-BUF-BDL and BUF-ROC-BDL, and BDL-DTW-CLE-BDL.
Northeastern has ten flights a day into ISP: three 727s from BOS, two D8S from FLL, one D8S from BDL, one D8S from MCO, two 727 from PIE and one 727 from PBI. Their flights JFK to FLL/MCO/PBI are A300s. Flight 404 MCI-MSY-MCO-ISP is a 727 to MSY, A300 to MCO, D8S to ISP. Their only flights west of MSY are MSY-MCI and MSY-LAS-SAN.
Zenith International's SJC-ORD-ROC flights are PENDING GOVT APPROVAL; a year later they were still pending, then in the 5/85 OAG they've disappeared. I didn't know Arrow Air had scheduled transatlantic: it seems they had a weekly D8S LGW-TPA-MIA.
Pacific East Air's DC8s fly ONT-LAX-HNL and also ONT-LAX-JFK. ANC-HNL sees WA DC-10s, UA D8Ss and HK 707s. HK also shows six 707s a week to LAX, eff 15 June; were they the last 707s to carry scheduled passengers within the US?
American International still has its D9S/M80 hub at ACY, and now they also fly PHL to BOS/BUF/CLE/DTW/FLL/PIT/PBI, plus PHL-TPA-MCO-PHL.
Airport codes you never heard of: Airmarc (AirMarc?) has four Piper/Cessnas each weekday JFK-ARX, two BOS-ARX and four JFK-FRG. Air Nevada has a daily Cessna LAS-DTH.
Air1's map is spokes from STL to DFW/HOU/MCI/EWR/DCA and, eff 2 Apr, three four-seats-across 727s each weekday to LAX. Braniff II has no MCI hub, but DFW is going strong; four 72S each weekday to IAD, and PENDING GOVT APPROVAL they'll all be extended to DCA. The May OAG shows two of them DFW-IAD-DCA (they're not listed under IAD-DCA).
Somebody said Republic quit showing more than four stops in their reservation system; sure nuff, their ACV-SFO-LAS-MEM-BHM-VPS-PFN D9S isn't listed under Eureka-Panama City, but the four-stops are listed.
[Edited 2005-07-28 19:47:07]