While I’m fortunate that my health and finances have both been well during the COVID-19 crisis, this has been the longest time I’ve been home for this long since I started traveling for work in 2009. I created a chart and some statistics about this time spent at home.
I’ve made a small update to Detroit’s airport – a few of the piers on the old North Terminal were removed, so I changed my silhouette to match.
As with many of my other updates, DFW is one of the earlier terminals I drew, and was not as high quality as I wanted it to be. I’ve now redrawn it completely from scratch, and also captured some minor terminal construction that had taken place since my original drawing in 2015.
I’ve updated DSM to my new terminal silhouette color scheme.
It’s been a while since I flew through SLC, so when I flew through last week, I noticed right away that there were some extra concourses nearly on top of the existing terminals.
Map of U.S. airports with or without a gate 13.
Paul’s maps, charts, and other travel statistics for the entire decade of the 2010s.
Paul’s travel statistics for 2019.
I don’t often release a terminal silhouette on the same day as I first visit an airport, but it’s a small airport, and I needed to have it done in time for my end of year travel post.
I managed to get one final new airport in just before the end of the year (and decade).