Do you all carry airline timetables (which could take up a lot of room) or an airport timetable? I make one for Omaha every other month using current airline schedules and keep that with me, listing in order flights from Omaha's 18 commercial airlines. I wish I could find times on our cargo flights, but that information isn't readily available.
Because I get questions about it, I'll post a little information about OMA. I have people from this forum asking me about the size of the airport often. A lot of people have the impression it's a "dinky hick airport". Omaha has 20 jetways, 1 commuter gate. Another 10 jetway gates are being built starting late this year/early next. Recently a second parking garage was added, a third cargo ramp is under final stages of construction now, a new control tower is in the works, one runway extension has happened, and another runway extension is being done in a year. Omaha is served by 18 different scheduled airlines: America West (PHX, LAS), Continental (IAH), Continental Express (IAH, CLE), United (ORD, DEN), Air Wisconsin (DEN), Delta (ATL), Comair (CVG), Skywest (SLC), Southwest (LAS, MDW, PHX, STL), US Airways Express (MCI), Northwest (MSP, MEM), Mesaba (MSP), TWA (STL), Frontier (DEN), American (DFW), American Eagle (ORD), Midwest Express (MKE, EWR, DCA, LAX, MCO), Skyway (MKE, MCI). Casino Express makes charters as well. Cargo carriers include Suburban Air Freight (feeds FedEx with Caravans, B1900, B99, Aero Commanders), FedEx, UPS, Emery, Ryan Intl (USPS Planes), Airborne Express, BAX (haven't seen their planes recently though).
Lincoln is 50 miles down I-80... It has 4 jetway gates, two commuter gates and is served by United (DEN), TWA (STL), Mesaba (MSP), US Airways Express (MCI). I occasionally drive down there... during one of the few times a week when there is more than one airliner there at a time.