The Schedule Itinerary Builder report shows details for all possible nonstop, onestop, or connecting flight service between two airports. An airline may be specified so that all flights in the output are either marketed by that carrier or connect to a flight marketed by that carrier. In addition, connection time windows may be used to filter the output.
Using the Report:
Please specify an optional airline code, the origin and destination airports, the month, the year, the desired date in the month, whether you wish to see Interline connections, the acceptable level of circuity for connecting flights, and the minimum and maximum times which define connection windows for both Online and Interline connections. This will display an output table showing first nonstop flights from the origin and destination, if any. Onestops will be shown next, followed by Online connections, then Interline connections, if any. Within each category, rows are further sorted by elapsed minutes.
For rows with connecting flights (i.e. stops = 'CNX' or 'ICNX'), the airport code of the Connect Point is show in parentheses after the flight number if that particular flight is a onestop.
|Airline code||Insert a carrier's 2-character airline code if you would like to only build possible service connections using that carrier. If you leave this field blank, then information will be returned for all possible airlines which offer service between the specified airports.
|Origin code(s)||This is the origin airport(s), the airport(s) to build service from. You must insert a least one, but no more than ten, 3-character airport code(s) here, and you cannot leave this field blank. The use of Airline Groupings is not recommended as report performance may be decreased.
|Destination code(s)||This is the destination airport(s), the airport(s) to build service to. You must insert a least one, but no more than ten, 3-character airport code(s) here, and you cannot leave this field blank. The use of Airline Groupings is not recommended as report performance may be decreased.
|Show interline connections?||If you check this box, then all possible connections will be shown, regardless of the carrier airlines (i.e. Interlines and Onlines). Leave this field unchecked to only show connections where the carrier is the same for both flights (i.e. Onlines only).
If a carrier code is specified in theAirline codefield, then all displayed Online connections will be for that airline and all displayed Interline connections will connect either to or from a flight of that airline.
Note that Interline connections are designated by the "ICNX" label in the Stops column while Online connections are designated by "CNX".
|Level of circuity allowed||Choose an acceptable level of circuity for filtering out connections displayed in the output table. Higher circuity occurs when the connection point is a greater relative distance away from the straight line connecting the origin with the destination. Note that the circuity limit varies based on the direct mileage between the origin and the destination. The following chart illustrates how the limits are applied for this report.
|Online connect between (mins)||Define a connection window for Online connections by selecting the minimum and maximum number of allowable minutes. The possible values range from 20 minutes to as much as 720 minutes (12 hours).
|Interline connect between (mins)||Define a connection window for Interline connections by selecting the minimum and maximum number of allowable minutes. The possible values range from 45 minutes to as much as 720 minutes (12 hours).
Note that these values will not have an effect unless theShow interline connectionsinput box is checked.
|The Month and Year are used to target your report on the scheduled flights for a specific period of time. You must specify the Month and Year and the entire output will be be based on scheduled flights for that particular month.
|Date||Select the specific date in the month whose schedule data you would like to utilize.
|Service Type||Use the Service Type pulldown to select from "-ALL-", "Passenger (All)", "Passenger (Sched.)", "Passenger (Charter)", "Cargo (All)", "Cargo (Air Only), or "Pax & Cargo (Air Only)". When one of the "Passenger" options is chosen, only data for passenger flights will be returned, even if a carrier has cargo routes. Similarly, if "Cargo" is chosen, only the cargo flights will be returned even if the carrier flies passengers. "Passenger (Sched.)" includes only scheduled flights while "Passenger (Charter)" includes only chartered flights. "Cargo (Air Only)" is similar to "Cargo (All)" except that surface vehicles (i.e. equipment type "RFS") are excluded. The "-ALL-" category combines all passenger and cargo flights for a carrier. "Pax & Cargo (Air Only)" is similar to "-ALL-" except that surface vehicles are excluded.|