Two-three years ago it was nearly 100% domestic US with a smattering of Canada flights and one or two flights to Bangkok each year.
Last year the domestic flying dropped very significantly but the Int'l flying picked up - five trips to Bangkok from the US in 14 months.
Now that I'm living in Bangkok, it is pretty much strictly international flying, with trips to the US, Korea, and Singapore in the past three months.
My flying is almost exclusively on Star Alliance, as I'm a UA
1K (or will be for at least the rest of 2006; don't know if I'll be able to fly enough to keep it this year). Preferences are UA
(mostly because of the friends I know who fly for them and the upgrades) and TG
Had a very good trip to Korea on KE
, so would consider them in the future.
Keeping the "civil" in civil aviation...