European Destinations From Heathrow

Old Nov 10, 17, 5:25 pm
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European Destinations From Heathrow

Is there an easy way to find or a listing somewhere of BA S/H flights from heathrow?
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Old Nov 10, 17, 5:33 pm
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Originally Posted by Knickam View Post
Is there an easy way to find or a listing somewhere of BA S/H flights from heathrow?
Try this https://www.britishairways.com/en-gb...-route-network
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You can use the destinations page on Heathrow and filter out by airline, would include LH destinations too though.

http://www.heathrow.com/plan-and-boo...s-and-airlines
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Old Nov 10, 17, 5:41 pm
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Originally Posted by ExpatSomchai View Post
I have seen this.

Maybe I am doing something wrong but it shows destinations from any London airport, You have then got to search for a flight to see what london airports are available.
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Old Nov 10, 17, 5:42 pm
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Originally Posted by navylad View Post
You can use the destinations page on Heathrow and filter out by airline, would include LH destinations too though.

http://www.heathrow.com/plan-and-boo...s-and-airlines
Perfect, Thank you very much^^
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Quite frankly, at the risk of sounding horribly dumb, I find Wikipedia the easiest. All airport pages include full list of destinations by airline.
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Old Nov 11, 17, 5:06 am
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Quite frankly, at the risk of sounding horribly dumb, I find Wikipedia the easiest. All airport pages include full list of destinations by airline.
It's not dumb. That's actually one of the best tools for this question, not least because those who update the information on Wikipedia seem to keep it very up-to-date and very accurate.

At the risk of being controversial, this is the type of thing at which Wikipedia excels.
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Originally Posted by Globaliser View Post
It's not dumb. That's actually one of the best tools for this question, not least because those who update the information on Wikipedia seem to keep it very up-to-date and very accurate.

At the risk of being controversial, this is the type of thing at which Wikipedia excels.
Totally agree. Almost any medium or large sized airport gets live updated info including starting dates for new routes, route cancellations etc. Plus the format (a simple table) is super readable. As a result, that is also what I use for planning air passes as one can then very easily figure out possible routes in and one of the city one wants to visit.

And fully agree with you that more broadly, areas where 'pure factuality' exists is indeed what Wikipedia is ideal for (as opposed to more controversial areas where facts need to be interpreted or hierarchized).
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Old Nov 11, 17, 8:03 am
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I use the 'airlines and destinations' sections of Wikipedia pages all the time - its outstanding and far simpler than some route maps to get a sense of nonstop routes out of airports all over the place.
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Old Nov 11, 17, 8:07 am
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I find http://www.flightconnections.com useful.
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Old Nov 11, 17, 8:54 am
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Originally Posted by orbitmic View Post
Quite frankly, at the risk of sounding horribly dumb, I find Wikipedia the easiest. All airport pages include full list of destinations by airline.
Thank You. Never thought of using that
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Old Nov 11, 17, 8:56 am
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Originally Posted by kwisstan View Post
That seems like another good site, Thank you

Time to get some planning done
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Originally Posted by kwisstan View Post
That's a good one, and here is another:
https://www.oneworld.com/flights/where-we-fly

since you can filter by LHR and BA, for example.
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