Well back to the point, as GreggJ seemed to have missed, lets say I am NOT flying on AA (which in my opinion, no matter how many seats they rip out, their airline is still the largest hunk of shit... AEagle too.) and I have to connect in PIT with USAirways and I do not know anything about airlines and their hubs, what cities would I fly? well judging by some current route maps it looks as though I would be flying from (A the USAirways route map cannot be viewed on one page, ie the entire country is broken down into "regions", one of which I find amusing, is: Kansas, MO, NE, and DEN.) ok ok ... flying from a yellow circle, to a yellow circle ... but what they do not tell you is that you might have to connect in a red star. All of this would be alieviated if there were lines, so the user could see that, "gee Verne, wes gunna haveta' connit threw Pitzburge, er Charlot." (that was a quote from a user from TX.
) no offense Texans. Ok ok ... what I want, and others want, aside from GreggJ because he is still 3 and likes colored shapes and stars (because lines would disrupt his creativity time, he likes to imagine
the lines, GreggJ I always knew you were a dreamer.), we want lines, connecting cities that are served, omitting ones that are not served by the company (ie sure you can have code-share lines, but please slap those suckas on another map, thanks.) What other thoughts do you guys have?
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