Is there a website that lists all of the direct flights between cities?
I always notice that airlines change flight patterns (such as, there aren't nearly as many direct flights from Jacksonville or Orlando to Pittsburgh). How can I see all of my direct flight options from an airport?
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Try www.passrider.com. It will tell you all of your options between two cities for a particular day. You can specify direct, non-stop, or how many stops you are willing to tolerate, and it spits out your options. If you're not familiar with the difference between direct and non-stop, direct really just means that the arriving flight has the same flight number as the departing flight. It may stop in one or more places, and while it usually is on the same aircraft, it is possible to have an aircraft swap in between. When most people say they want direct, what they really mean is they want non-stop, which means that the flight doesn't stop anywhere on the way to your destination.
well there aren't any direct flights from jax to orlando...at least commercially (from my head) but check the site out http://flightaware.com/statistics/ifr-route/