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I would like to see, at a glance, all the flights to/from a given airport.

Example query: "What cities can I reach on a single flight from Hannover (HAJ) airport?"

Is there any website which does this?

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I was just about to ask a similar question myself! I'm interested in seeing what flights and at what cost are available from an airport on a particular day, and flying to somewhere (not so important where) when cheap tickets are available - basically, pack and go for a weekend. Feel free to add something like this to your question if you like. –  mindcorrosive Oct 22 '11 at 5:32
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This depends. Single flights only? What about NZ1 which goes from Auckland to London, but also stops in Hong Kong? What would you count as a single flight? –  Mark Mayo Oct 22 '11 at 6:40
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I just came across a brilliant new webservice rome2rio (with all connection from Hannover)

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This website seems to do exactly what I was looking for. –  nibot Feb 16 '13 at 12:29
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I also like how the include cars, trains and ferries in the itineraries –  andra Feb 16 '13 at 13:03
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Use www.routehappy.com to search flight schedules.

For example here is a list of all places you can fly direct from London

(note: I work for Routehappy)

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You can use wolfram alpha for this sort of stuff (although it works best with US airports):

For example "all flights from KJFK" a great thing about this search is you can see a map of planes estimated about your current location so you know where the airplane is headed.

For more international destinations, http://matrix.itasoftware.com/ is what I use (actually, their android app).

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Also: flightaware.com/live/airport/KJFK –  nibot Nov 29 '11 at 18:59
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I am using Wikipedia for this. Each english wikipedia listing of an airport lists serving airlines and their destinations. So if you want to know where you can go from Hannover airport, just type Hannover (HAJ) airport wikipedia in google and you will be directed towards its listing in wikipedia, with a section on Airlines and destinations.

I haven't found an airport yet, that is not listed this way on Wikipedia.

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This seems like the best option so far. –  nibot Nov 18 '11 at 11:23
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I use a more pedestrian approach for that. You can usually find routemaps and/or timetables on the airport's website. Moreover you will find the names of the companies operating at the airport. Then I proceed from there.

Example: http://www.hannover-airport.de/

If there is no such site or if it does not work or if it is not available in a language I understand, I try Wikipedia as a backup. There are plenty of airports having an entry on Wikipedia and there you can get an idea of the routes and the companies.

Example: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hannover-Langenhagen_Airport

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Best site that I know of for this is:

Airline Route Maps

With over 1000 airline route maps, you could click on say, Oceania, and look at Air NZ's Global map. However, this is on a by-airline map really.

However, down the bottom is the search. Type in say 'Auckland' and it'll show you all the airlines that seem to have flights going through Auckland :D So it's a pretty good starting point.

Kinda annoyed really that I hadn't found it a couple of months back when I was trying to answer the question on which airlines fly from Mongolia...

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Those route maps look hideously old. First I looked at had GB Airways. (Swallowed by easyJet Jan 2008.) en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GB_Airways –  Tom Hawtin - tackline Oct 23 '11 at 21:26
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