Yes, you can search for a single carrier’s flights by departure or arrival airport. Select the advanced option on the Flight Tracker. Type in the airport names or codes for the airport you are interested in, pick an airline and specify the departure date you want to use for the search. You'll see a list of all flights on that date connecting between those two airports. If you see a flight you want to track, click on the flight number for detailed status information. If you are using our paid historical flight status tool, you do not have to specify an airline when searching an airport.
The best tool for this is the Airport Departures and Arrivals feature:
This is a premium feature available starting with our Standard subscription. Select Departures and Arrivals from the Airports menu. Type in the airport code if you know it. If not, type in the city name and select the airport code from the dropdown box. Select the date and then hit Search Departures or Search Arrivals.
The application will display a subset of the flights for the airport on that day. You can use the advanced filters of the tool to narrow down the results to just the flights you are interested in. If you see a flight you want to track, click on the flight record for detailed status information.
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