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Does anyone know of a site where I can see what cities my home airport flies to without putting in a destination or dates.
For instance: I live in Denver and just want to go , the date or destination don't really matter , I would like to see what is available to me and at what cost.

Posted by
918 posts

try flights.google.com
Enter Denver as the departing airport, enter dates and click on any spot on the map. You have to enter dates because the price varies by date and length of stay.

Posted by
2887 posts

You can go to skyscanner.com and type in DEN as your airport and Everywhere as your destination to see where you can go and how much it might cost. I see you posted this question in the Spain forum so if that is where you really want to go you would type in Spain instead of Everywhere. If you find something you like you'd go directly to the airline's website to book.

Posted by
2353 posts

Are you looking for direct flights only? Otherwise you can get anywhere...

Posted by
6569 posts

Go to Wikipedia and put the name of your airport in. It's going to tell you the entire history of that airport and everything about it. Many of the airports' history is quite interesting.
Wikipedia lists all direct (non-stop) flights into and out of that airport; It's a real eye opener. Some airports have few carriers going to many places. Some airports have a bunch of air carriers with just a few flights. Some airports in pretty large cities have relatively small airports and service out of them. And just about every airport in the world is in Wikipedia.
I don't know who maintains the list of airlines and cities flying out of airports, but it's upgraded daily and is very accurate information. Wikipedia also lists all the airlines' websites so you can go directly to them to check pricing.

Posted by
4604 posts

Your airport's information desk or website should also be able to help you.