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.
Earlier this year, ORD opened an expansion to Terminal 3/Concourse L. I decided to use this as my opportunity to redraw the silhouette from scratch.
Somehow, I managed to get an already used record locator for a trip I booked, which led to some issues on the airline’s website.
The three busiest airports in the United States – Atlanta, Los Angeles, and Chicago-O’Hare – are all enormous, but I was wondering how big they are compared to each other.
My love of Chicago O’Hare’s layout was the reason I started my terminal silhouette project.
The vast majority of my travel is within the United States, so Frankfurt remains the sole international airport in my flight log to date.
2014 has been a record travel year.
DFW is one of the first airports I became especially familiar with, and it’s now one of my favorite layover airports.
Atlanta is the busiest passenger airport in the world and an enormous Delta hub, but it’s largely functioned as my gateway to central Florida.