|Quoting 71Zulu (Reply 8):|
It's gonna be tough, I'm wondering back in the day maybe one of the north-south flights hit both Jackson, Miss and Jackson, Tenn
|Quoting Cubsrule (Reply 7):|
It's possible - perhaps even likely - that TW or OZ flew SPI-SGF with one or more intermediate stops for some period of time in the 1970s or 1980s, and similarly it's possible that PI flew CRW-CHS with one or more intermediate stops in the same time period.
|Quoting jet-lagged (Reply 14):|
And were there ever perhaps helicopter shuttles between airports like Narita/Haneda, Moscow's two airports . . . That sort of thing.
|Quoting mhkansan (Reply 16):|
People would get off in the wrong Springfield all the time.
|Quoting 2travel2know2 (Reply 10):|
Chilean-Spanish would love a SCL-SCQ.
|Quoting shufflemoomin (Reply 21):|
On a slightly off-topic note, I've always wondered how many people who don't speak great English get screwed when they take the train into Manhattan from EWR. They have two stations on that line, Newark Penn Station and New York Penn Station. I can't possibly see how that would confuse travellers.
When Joannes Rutten stepped off a plane with his grandson at Sydney airport after a long flight from Amsterdam, he thought they were in for the Australian holiday of a lifetime.
But the Dutch pair were shocked to learn that they had just touched down in the rather chillier climate of Sydney, Canada - more than 17,000 miles away from their intended destination.
|Quoting AirGabon (Reply 22):|
Maybe between St John and St John's in Canada?
|Quoting Alnicocunife (Reply 13):|
MSP to GRU? St Paul to St Paul possible?
|Quoting RWA380 (Reply 36):|
I doubt we will ever see a PDX-PWM flight, unless AS has no other cities left to fly to out east
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|Quoting hOmsAR (Reply 42):|
One of the things that got me thinking about a thread like this some time ago was when I read that Portland, OR was almost named Boston, OR. The story goes that of the people who settled Portland, some were from Portland, ME, and some from Boston, MA, and the name of the new city out west came down to either of those. If the city had been called Boston, then you could very easily have Boston-Boston flights.
|Quoting CO777DAL (Reply 18):|
CO use to fly 5 flights a day from Houston to Houston. Same city/same name. Does that count? EFD-IAH I think for one city to have passenger service between two of it's airports ia quite a feat.
|Quoting DIJKKIJK (Reply 23):|
Wasn't there a flight between Bloomington, IL and Bloomington, IN at some point?
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|Quoting LH422 (Reply 25):|
There is a flight from Las Palmas (LPA) to La Palma (SPC) but none from either to Palma (PMI), although they're in the same country.