A Decade in Travel: 2010–2019
Paul’s maps, charts, and other travel statistics for the entire decade of the 2010s.
1 Jan 2020
Airport #90/100: Pittsburgh (PIT)
Pittsburgh is an airport I wasn’t expecting to fly through—too far from home to fly from, but too close to fly to. But then some bad weather routed me there, and I picked up my 90th airport.
29 Jun 2019
Airport #58/100: Wichita Falls (SPS)
SPS was the origin of my lowest altitude “flight”—the flight was cancelled, so the airline booked us a taxi van to DFW instead.
23 Oct 2015
Airport #55/100: Little Rock (LIT)
Little Rock is not a bad airport to get stuck at for a few hours, as I found out returning from my first trip through it.
28 Jun 2015
My Airport History: Savannah (SAV)
One of my few trips into Savannah was not intentional, but instead was due to a cancelled flight into Charleston.
25 May 2015
2014 Year in Travel
2014 has been a record travel year.
31 Dec 2014
A Single Flight Round Trip at DFW
Due to a mechanical issue, my flight had to return to Dallas.
7 Nov 2014
It’s not uncommon to have delays going through Chicago, but this Monday’s trip to Tulsa was a bit involved.
29 Aug 2014
Comair’s strike meant I got to avoid the uselessly short flight between Cincinnati and Dayton.
10 Jun 2014
Valentine’s Day Winter Weather
Due to the system delays caused by Winter Storm Pax, my flights home on 14 February went through rather a lot of transitions.
17 Feb 2014