Today’s feature is a new trick by an old pony — now, you can finally open up (or link directly to) airline and airport route maps, instead of needing to go to the main page, type in your search, select the correct choice and load up the map you actually wanted. Observe:
Alice Springs: http://openflights.org/airport/ASP
Singapore Changi: http://openflights.org/query/WSSS
In other words, take http://openflights.org, add any of /airline/, /airport/ or /query/, and plug in either a two-letter airline IATA code (eg. AY for Finnair), a three-letter airport IATA code (ASP) or a four-letter airport ICAO code (WSSS), and you’ll get a link to a map of the airline or airport’s routes. At the moment, it doesn’t matter which form of the URL you use, but the long-term plan is to make query behave in exactly the same way as the search on the main page, so using the airport/airline forms is preferable if you expect the results to stay the same.
Alternatively, if you’d like to find out which airports and airlines are covered by OpenFlights, check out this page for a full listing. As always, a tip of the hat to Airport Route Mapper for providing our data.