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31 October 2008


Thanks for posting that! It's interesting how all the bits of airplane flight paths that I remember seeing (both from being in the planes and from watching them overhead) all fit together into that picture. All sorts of bits of, "Okay, so the planes over Stanford banking left are that curve, and the ones over Mountain View going North are on that path," all connected up and made sense, where before they'd mostly just been a tangle.

The remarkable thing is that woven in and amongst all that are quite a number of small-airplane airports as well. Somewhere I saw a to-scale map of all of the flight patterns for all that; it was quite remarkably intricate.

Nice post. This post is different from what I read on most blog. And it have so many valuable things to learn. Thank you for your sharing!

It all seems kind of random to us from the ground, but thanks to this graphic, the logic that guides those planes is now easy to see.

This really is a complicated map!

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