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Assume that you want to go to Oslo. You want to aggregate all airports that are 100 kilometres from Oslo. This includes at least Gardemoen, Rygge and some others probably.

Is there any service that tracks all flights that go there?

Similarly for any other city.

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Can you please define if you are talking about a specific Airport, City or even area? If you talk about an area, you would have to consider even places across borders such as Vienna/Bratislava, HongKong/Shenzen etc. – uncovery May 8 '13 at 8:48
@uncovery Very good point! I clarified the body. We make many mistakes if we take only airports in the city. So the best way seem to consider the radial distance to the city from different airports. – Masi May 8 '13 at 10:41
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Kayak features a convenient map through their Routes page:

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All flights shown on the map are direct.

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But this shows only flights bookable through Kayak, meaning many LCCs like Ryanair will be missing. – jpatokal Jul 8 at 22:14
@jpatokal Kayak can search/book Ryanair flights – JonathanReez Jul 8 at 22:18

Type the airport name or code into the search box of OpenFlights, or substitute the airport's three-letter code into this link:

Then click on any airport and the "list" icon in the popup to see who exactly flies that route.

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Alternatively, look up the airport on Wikipedia, although the list of destinations is just a table.

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+1 for Wikipedia, which is what I use. It is sometimes out of date, however, especially for smaller airports (and upon discovering it, one should promptly edit the page!). – fkraiem Jul 22 '15 at 6:37

Your first address should be the website of the respective Airport. For example, Oslo Airport has a destination map. One can in most cases assume that if there is a flight TO a location, that there is also a return flight back.

I do not think that there are services that allow you to include several airports, even less so by a km radius. You will have to go through the airports that are available for you by hand.

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There is also other airplane fields like Rygge in Oslo so it needs to be taken into account too. There may be also other airplane fields. Aggregator would be nice for them all. – Masi May 8 '13 at 8:29
@Masi you mean for multiple airports in one area? Since what distance to different airports is highly individual, would you not need to define a km radius how far you would want to travel to any airport? What exactly do you want to aggregate then? – uncovery May 8 '13 at 8:34
You are completely right. I thought Rygge is in Oslo, but it is not. So anything about 100 km near the target is enough. – Masi May 8 '13 at 10:38
I collected this data about flights to Oslo:… I noticed one mistake in flights data. This says that no flights to Riga on Sunday, which is false. I am not sure if I can trust the source. – Masi May 8 '13 at 17:01

Kayak has a direct flight search tool. As far as I can tell, it only lists departures from the airport you enter but if you click each departure there should be a "reverse direction" option which quickly links you to the departure schedule for the destination airport.

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Normally any flight aggregator like Skyscanner or Kayak allow searching for all airports servicing the city. In your case if you put in Oslo you will get both airports, similar behavior exists for other cities like London(LON), Moscow, Paris, New York(NYC) just to name a few.

Other services like Travelocity used to suggest additional major airports if prices were to be better or similar such as in the case of flights to Newark Philadelphia airport used to pop up.

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The travel site lists nonstop flights for many airports in the US.

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I use, when you put in your city there is a button beside it that you can use to expand to airports within a certain number of miles and you can deselect the ones that are not of interest. To find closest international airport I use

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I use for this. It's map based an you can click on any airport (or a near by one) and see immediately all scheduled flights including airlines and day-per-week flown.

CAVEAT: "Direct" is not the same as "Non-Stop". Many airlines now combine to more or less random legs, give it the same flight number and call it "direct". It doesn't mean it's the same plane or same crew and it certainly isn't non stop. I

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