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KlimaBXsst
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US airports, off international grid, for connections?

Thu Feb 27, 2020 4:58 pm

I was wondering, WHICH airports in the US are least connected to international Asian, European, and South American departure feed and arrival grids?

In other words, US airports which primarily cater to intra United States connecting traffic. Not all regions are being affected the same by the necessities to restrict travel to China I might add.

Know many of you are better at data sources than I am so thanks for your insight in advance. I think it might be best to choose point to point, nonstop and non-connecting travel options at non international hubs, IF you (WE) have that choice in the near future ...at least until weather warms up.
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Aceskywalker
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Re: US airports, off international grid, for connections?

Thu Feb 27, 2020 5:01 pm

DEN and LAS come to mind as large airports that have the least intercontinental service.
 
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Re: US airports, off international grid, for connections?

Thu Feb 27, 2020 5:04 pm

I was thinking DAL
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Re: US airports, off international grid, for connections?

Thu Feb 27, 2020 5:05 pm

Midway?
 
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Re: US airports, off international grid, for connections?

Thu Feb 27, 2020 5:05 pm

KlimaBXsst wrote:
I was thinking DAL


KDAL - Dallas Love Field
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Re: US airports, off international grid, for connections?

Thu Feb 27, 2020 5:18 pm

DCA and LGA.
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slowrambler
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Re: US airports, off international grid, for connections?

Thu Feb 27, 2020 5:34 pm

When, not if, coronavirus is established in the US, connecting at "domestic" hubs is going to be completely irrelevant to your chances of exposure. And warmer weather isn't going to change anything.
 
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Re: US airports, off international grid, for connections?

Fri Feb 28, 2020 12:34 am

The Seaborne airlines hub at St. Thomas :stirthepot:

As for actual hubs - STL has a decent WN focus city (bigger than AA’s “hub” at JFK, and the UA and AS hubs at LAX) which is about the size of a hub, and has no transatlantic flights.
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