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Re: Multi-Airport-Cities: Which have you landed/departed at more than one airport?

Tue Jul 30, 2019 2:04 pm

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Shanghai: PUD

The IATA code for Shanghai Pudong International Airport is PVG.
 
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Re: Multi-Airport-Cities: Which have you landed/departed at more than one airport?

Tue Jul 30, 2019 4:28 pm

afterburner wrote:
AirbusA6 wrote:
Shanghai: PUD

The IATA code for Shanghai Pudong International Airport is PVG.


And PUD is Puerto Deseado, Argentina.

If you're unsure about an airport code, always look it up. Never assume because it's easy to assume wrong.
 
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Re: Multi-Airport-Cities: Which have you landed/departed at more than one airport?

Tue Jul 30, 2019 5:02 pm

Let see:

NYC: LGA, EWR, JFK
SF Bay Area: SFO, OAK (no SJC yet)
Dallas: DFW, DAL
Houston: HOU, IAH
Chicago: MDW, ORD
DC Area: BWI, DCA (No IAD)

Tokyo: HND, NRT
Bangkok: DMK (Back when it was still BKK), BKK
KL: SZB (when it was still KUL), KUL
Hong Kong: Kai Tak (Closed), HKG (Chep Lap Kok)
Shanghai: PVG, SHA
Seoul: GMP (When it was still SEL), ICN

Missed the chance to fly into ITM when it was OSA, though, since I visited (for the first time) Osaka in 1995.
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Re: Multi-Airport-Cities: Which have you landed/departed at more than one airport?

Tue Jul 30, 2019 5:18 pm

PatrickZ80 wrote:
afterburner wrote:
AirbusA6 wrote:
Shanghai: PUD

The IATA code for Shanghai Pudong International Airport is PVG.


And PUD is Puerto Deseado, Argentina.

If you're unsure about an airport code, always look it up. Never assume because it's easy to assume wrong.


Or just write out Shanghai-Pudong! Saves everyone the hassle
 
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Re: Multi-Airport-Cities: Which have you landed/departed at more than one airport?

Tue Jul 30, 2019 5:57 pm

NYC - LGA, JFK, EWR
Washington DC - BWI, DCA, IAD
Dallas - DAL, DFW
Houston - HOU, IAH
Austin - AUS (Mueller), AUS (Bergstrom)
Los Angeles - ONT, LGB, LAX
San Francisco - SFO, SJC
Denver - DEN (Stapleton), DEN (Denver International)
Kiev - IEV, KBP
 
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Re: Multi-Airport-Cities: Which have you landed/departed at more than one airport?

Tue Jul 30, 2019 7:02 pm

afterburner wrote:
AirbusA6 wrote:
Shanghai: PUD

The IATA code for Shanghai Pudong International Airport is PVG.


Thanks, a typo as my spreadsheet has the correct code!

PatrickZ80 wrote:
afterburner wrote:
AirbusA6 wrote:
Shanghai: PUD

The IATA code for Shanghai Pudong International Airport is PVG.


And PUD is Puerto Deseado, Argentina.

If you're unsure about an airport code, always look it up. Never assume because it's easy to assume wrong.


GalaxyFlyer wrote:
PatrickZ80 wrote:
afterburner wrote:
The IATA code for Shanghai Pudong International Airport is PVG.


And PUD is Puerto Deseado, Argentina.

If you're unsure about an airport code, always look it up. Never assume because it's easy to assume wrong.


Or just write out Shanghai-Pudong! Saves everyone the hassle


As for some of the other comments to my error, chill guys! A simple error on a "hobby" type thread, and hardly difficult to work out what I meant
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Re: Multi-Airport-Cities: Which have you landed/departed at more than one airport?

Tue Jul 30, 2019 9:17 pm

Houston: IAH, HOU
LA area: SNA, LAX, ONT
Dallas: DFW, DAL
NYC: EWR, LGA
DC: IAD, DCA
SF Bay: SFO, OAK
Chicago: ORD, MDW

Miami: We flew in to MIA, but had to pick our bags up in FLL so not sure if that counts.
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Wed Jul 31, 2019 1:52 am

Paris: CDG, ORY
London: LHR, LTN
Bangkok: BKK, DMK
Singapore: SIN, XSP
Jakarta: CGK, HLM
Guangzhou: CAN (old and new)
Shanghai: pVG, SHA
Taipei: TPE, TSA
Seoul: ICN, GMP
Osaka: KIX, ITM
Tokyo: NRT, HND
Sapporo: CTS, OKD
 
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Wed Jul 31, 2019 3:34 am

Washington: DCA BWI IAD
Paris: CDG BVA (it's within 100 km)
Dallas: DFW DAL
Chicago: ORD MDW

Surprisingly, I've been to NYC many times but only ever used EWR. Likewise, I've lived in Phoenix and Minneapolis (and used to regularly fly between the two) but never used STC or AZA, even though G4 flies that route for cheap.
 
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Wed Jul 31, 2019 5:54 am

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Jakarta: CGK, HLM


I suppose you mean HLP (Halim Perdanakusuma) instead of HLM (Park Township, Michigan).
 
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Wed Jul 31, 2019 8:40 am

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blandy62 wrote:
Jakarta: CGK, HLM


I suppose you mean HLP (Halim Perdanakusuma) instead of HLM (Park Township, Michigan).


thanks for spotting that typo :)
 
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Wed Jul 31, 2019 9:59 am

Hamburg: HAM, XFW, LBC (well, at least Ryanair called it Hamburg)
Berlin: TXL, SXF, THF (now closed)
London: LHR, LGW, LTN, STN
Paris: CDG, ORY
Reykjavik: KEF, RKV
Tenerife: TFS, TFN
New York: JFK, EWR
Buenos Aires: EZE, AEP

And a few "current and former" airports:

München: MUC (Erding) and former MUC (Riem, now closed)
Bangkok: BKK (Suvarnabhumi) and former BKK (Don Mueang, now DMG)
Hongkong: HKG (Chek Lap Kok) and former HKG (Kai Tak, now closed)


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Wed Jul 31, 2019 11:57 am

DEN (Stapleton) and DEN (Denver International), forgot that one.

Kansas City: KMKC, KMCI
Mississippi: KCBM, KUBS
Detroit: KDTW, KDET, KPTK
Cleveland: KCLE, KBKL
 
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Wed Jul 31, 2019 12:42 pm

Buenos Aires: AEP-EZE
Fort Myers: PGD-RSW (Punta Gorda is in another county however Allegiant Markets it as Punta Gorda/Fort Myers)
Miami: MIA-FLL
New York: EWR-JFK
Rio de Janeiro: GIG-SDU
Rome: CIA-FCO
São Paulo: CGH-GRU
San Juan: SIG-SJU
Toronto: YYZ-YTZ
Washington D.C.: DCA-IAD
 
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Re: Multi-Airport-Cities: Which have you landed/departed at more than one airport?

Wed Jul 31, 2019 12:46 pm

Are there any cross-border airports considered part of the same metro area? SAN and TIJ? Other examples?
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Re: Multi-Airport-Cities: Which have you landed/departed at more than one airport?

Wed Jul 31, 2019 12:53 pm

ro1960 wrote:
Are there any cross-border airports considered part of the same metro area? SAN and TIJ? Other examples?


Following up on my own question: would the 3 airports serving the Iguazu Falls in Brasil/Argentina/Paraguay fit the description?
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Re: Multi-Airport-Cities: Which have you landed/departed at more than one airport?

Wed Jul 31, 2019 12:54 pm

Geneva and Basel in Switzerland, France. Basel could be a triple winner, add Germany.
 
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Wed Jul 31, 2019 3:01 pm

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Geneva and Basel in Switzerland, France. Basel could be a triple winner, add Germany.


I think you misunderstood the question. We are talking about multiple airports serving one metro area. Not one airport serving several metro areas and/or countries. Granted BSL is a 3-city airport (Mulhouse, Basel, Freiburg) but it is about 3 hours by car from Geneva so that definitely doesn't work.
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Wed Jul 31, 2019 3:23 pm

conaly wrote:
Bonus question: has anyone managed to fly to or from all six London airports?


Yes! I have done this, although only landed at SEN, not taken off.

Others I can count:

Chicago: MDW & ORD
Hamburg: HAM & LBC
Milan: LIN & MXP
New York: EWR, JFK & LGA
Paris: CDG & ORY
Stockholm: ARN & BMA

Miami: MIA & FLL (not sure if this counts as they are separate cities, but they serve overlapping markets)

Supplementary question - any airports you want to visit to 'complete' a pair. For me this would be:

Singapore: I've flown in and out of SIN multiple times, but not to XSP
Berlin: TXL but not SXF
Shanghai: PVG but not SHA
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Re: Multi-Airport-Cities: Which have you landed/departed at more than one airport?

Wed Jul 31, 2019 5:35 pm

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GalaxyFlyer wrote:
Geneva and Basel in Switzerland, France. Basel could be a triple winner, add Germany.


I think you misunderstood the question. We are talking about multiple airports serving one metro area. Not one airport serving several metro areas and/or countries. Granted BSL is a 3-city airport (Mulhouse, Basel, Freiburg) but it is about 3 hours by car from Geneva so that definitely doesn't work.


True, sorry for the error

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Re: Multi-Airport-Cities: Which have you landed/departed at more than one airport?

Thu Aug 01, 2019 1:40 am

SoCalPilot wrote:
PatrickZ80 wrote:
SoCalPilot wrote:
Las Vegas: LAS, VGT, HND

How is Haneda suddenly a Las Vegas airport?

It's not. Henderson is though.


So that would be HSH, then.
 
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Re: Multi-Airport-Cities: Which have you landed/departed at more than one airport?

Thu Aug 01, 2019 1:56 am

Depends if you’re using IATA code or the ICAO code. If you filed a flight plan to HSH, it would be rejected.


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Thu Aug 01, 2019 4:38 am

XAM2175 wrote:
SoCalPilot wrote:
PatrickZ80 wrote:
How is Haneda suddenly a Las Vegas airport?

It's not. Henderson is though.


So that would be HSH, then.

As GF said, depends on which code you use. FAA ID is HND

Or maybe I've just been using the wrong airport ID all these years when flying there.
 
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Thu Aug 01, 2019 6:07 am

SoCalPilot wrote:
XAM2175 wrote:
SoCalPilot wrote:
It's not. Henderson is though.


So that would be HSH, then.

As GF said, depends on which code you use. FAA ID is HND

Or maybe I've just been using the wrong airport ID all these years when flying there.


But the FAA only applies to the USA. Since Airliners.net is an international site, IATA codes are used. For most airports in the USA, the FAA ID and the IATA code is the same, however there are exceptions. This is one of those exceptions.
 
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Thu Aug 01, 2019 10:29 am

Why ICAO codes, which is the aviation, as opposed to airline, standard. Airlines don’t even file flight plans usin*gIATA codes. 45 years of flying I never used an IATA code except when they tagged my bags. Yes, a K should be added to the FAA code.

When poster states “Las Vegas” for an airport that doesn’t have commercial service, why would anyone assume the code was IATA or the airport was in Japan? Only to ride a very high horse, I’d guess.

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Thu Aug 01, 2019 1:05 pm

Chicago-O'Hare, Midway
Houston-Hobby, Bush
Washington DC- BWI, Dulles, Reagan
London-Heathrow, Gatwick
New York-Newark, LaGuardia, Kennedy
Paris-Orly, Charles de Gaulle

Three of those are courtesy of Southwest. =)
 
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Thu Aug 01, 2019 5:30 pm

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Why ICAO codes, which is the aviation, as opposed to airline, standard. Airlines don’t even file flight plans usin*gIATA codes. 45 years of flying I never used an IATA code except when they tagged my bags. ...
When poster states “Las Vegas” for an airport that doesn’t have commercial service, why would anyone assume the code was IATA or the airport was in Japan? Only to ride a very high horse, I’d guess.


When a poster gives a code that appears to be an IATA location code that doesn't match the city given, I assume the poster has used the wrong code because I'm not American and I don't have any need to deal with FAA location identifiers.

Had said poster made the post here in the days of the old forum software, HND would have automatically appeared with the hovertext Tokyo - Haneda International (HND / RJTT), Japan.

GalaxyFlyer wrote:
Yes, a K should be added to the FAA code.


Try filing to somewhere like KANC or KHNL and let us know how that goes...
 
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Thu Aug 01, 2019 7:55 pm

True, those locations are in the Pacific region of the ICAO, so correctly identified with P as anyone in aviation would know.

It’s not a great leap to conclude that an individual would know the city when writes out in detail but might not know the subtlety of adding the K or P to denote a US airport in ICAO code. Yes, there are a few exceptions covered recently here. If someone writes out a city, I’d assume they’d know the identifier, not pimp him over trivia.
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Thu Aug 01, 2019 8:00 pm

New York: JFK, LGA
Chicago: MKE, ORD
Los Angeles: LAX, ONT, LGB
San Francisco bay area: SFO, OAK
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Fri Aug 02, 2019 9:03 am

=> Paris : Roissy CDG / Orly ORY / Le Bourget LBG (for private only)
 
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Fri Aug 02, 2019 7:23 pm

New York (home airport): JFK, LGA, EWR (3/3)
Bay Area: SFO, OAK (2/3, missing SJC)
Chicago: MDW (1/2, missing ORD)
Dallas: DFW (1/2, missing DAL)
London: LHR (1/6, missing LGW, LCY, STN, LTN, and SEN)
Paris: CDG (1/2, missing ORY)
Dubai: DXB (1/2, missing DWC)
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Sat Aug 03, 2019 9:37 am

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Paris: CDG (1/2, missing ORY)


Actually that would be 1/3 as Beauvais (BVA) is also considered a Paris airport.
 
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Sat Aug 03, 2019 1:28 pm

Chicago-ORD and MDW
London-LGW and LHR
 
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Sat Aug 03, 2019 1:57 pm

Pretty short list for me:

Chicago (MDW, ORD)
Dallas (DAL, DFW)
Los Angeles (LAX, SNA)
 
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Wed Dec 04, 2019 8:09 pm

Washington Metro: DCA, IAD, BWI
New York Metro: EWR, JFK, LGA, ISP, HPN
London: LHR, STN
Rome: FCO, CIA
South Florida: MIA, FLL, PBI
San Francisco Bay Area: SFO, OAK, SJC
Los Angeles: LAX, LGB
Chicago: ORD, MDW
 
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Wed Dec 04, 2019 9:52 pm

Chicago (home): ORD, MDW

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Wed Dec 04, 2019 10:36 pm

Los Angeles: LAX / ONT / SNA
San Francisco: SFO / OAK / SJC
Dallas: DFW / DAL
Houston: IAH / HOU
St Louis: STL / BLV
Chicago: ORD / MDW
New York: JFK / LGA / EWR
Washington DC: DCA / IAD / BWI
Tampa: TPA / PIE

London: LHR / LGW (LCY scheduled for 2020)
 
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Thu Dec 05, 2019 1:34 am

I have flown in and out of a number of Multi-Airport-Cities:
San Francisco Bay Area: SFO, OAK and SJO: also once from Concord when service was available.
Los Angeles: LAX, Bur, Long Beach, Ontario
Chicago: ORD and MDW
New York: JFK, ERW, LGA
 
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Fri Dec 06, 2019 5:52 pm

Commercial and military pilots should not be allowed to participate in this survey...LOL. Haven't seen PBI mentioned yet.
 
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Sun Dec 08, 2019 6:56 am

Short list for me:

Reykjavik - KEF, RKV
Tokyo - HND, NRT

And a bit of a grey area using the OP's criteria

South East Queensland - BNE, MCY, OOL

They all have their own primary markets but there is an overlap in catchment area.
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Sun Dec 08, 2019 5:49 pm

As someone who has been a "Southern Californian" my entire life, ironically, I have only ever used LAX in that metropolitan area. From Bakersfield (where I grew up), it was always the go-to airport, as the choices there are, well, literally everything. BUR is closer, but for a long time offered nothing competitive, and since LGB and SNA are further down the 405, why would one ever consider torturing themselves spending more of their life on a "freeway" named for the speed one goes on it: 4 0r 5 miles per hour. Forget ONT or PSP. And with SAN being my hometown airport since 1999, the chances of seeing one of these facilities in my lifetime is virtually nil.

On the other hand, I have flown into LGA, EWR, and JFK, as well as the BWI/DCA/IAD trio, all at least once non-stop from SAN.

I added MDW to my list of airports this last may, so count in for ORD/MDW.

WILDLY stretching it, but given Interstate 49's linking of Fort Smith & Interstate 40's traffic to the Northwest Arkansas region, and the tremendous boom in air service in the region, I'm counting XNA as an FSM-region airport. I know from experience growing up that the old Highway 71 - beautiful and scenic, but narrow, crowded, and dangerous - was a slow boat to China in terms of time of travel. The Interstate link between the two regions halved the travel time, and what was a long drive is now just a relative hop skip and jump away from the family home east of Fort Smith. No more doing the dreaded American Eagle connection at DFW for us anymore; we have other options at XNA!
 
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Mon Dec 09, 2019 2:41 am

New York: EWR,LGA,JFK,HPM
Washington DC: BWI, DCA, IAD
San Francisco/Oakland: SFO, OAK
Tel Aviv (well when there used to be two airports): SDV, TLV
 
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Tue Dec 10, 2019 8:59 am

NYC: LGA, EWR & JFK
Dallas/Ft Worth: DFW, DAL
Bay Area: SFO, SJC
DC: IAD, DCA

Hopefully in the future: BOM and New Mumbai airport (if it ever finishes)
 
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Thu Dec 12, 2019 1:08 am

Man I'm boring:
New York (home): JFK, LGA, ISP, EWR
Chicago: MDW (Layover), ORD
Miami: MIA, FLL
Washington: BWI(?), DCA

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