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July 5, 2010

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1992/93: Northwest Airlines International Network

by JL

The following is Northwest Airlines’ 1992/93 Northern Winter International Network.  Note the list only includes Trans-Atlantic and Trans-Pacific operation.

Route
Freq (Wk)
& A/C
Remark
Chicago – Tokyo – Manila 7 747
Detroit – Seoul = Taipei 7 744 = 72S
Detroit – Tokyo – Singapore 7 747
Honolulu – Fukuoka 7 D10
Honolulu – Guam 3 D10
Honolulu – Guam = Okinawa 4 D10 = 72S
Honolulu – Nagoya 7 D10
Honolulu – Osaka 7 747
Honolulu – Sydney 1 747
3 D10
Honolulu – Tokyo 14 747
Honolulu – Tokyo – Seoul 7 747
Los Angeles – Osaka 5 747
Los Angeles – Tokyo – Taipei 7 747
New York JFK – Osaka – Sydney 3 747
New York JFK – Tokyo – Hong Kong 7 744
San Francisco – Tokyo – Bangkok 7 747
Seattle – Seoul 3 747
Seattle – Tokyo 5 747
Seattle – Tokyo – Beijing 1 747
Seattle – Tokyo – Shanghai 1 747
Osaka – Sydney 2 744
1 747
Seoul – Manila 6 72S
Tokyo – Saipan 7 747
Guam – Nagoya 5 72S
Guam – Seoul 7 72S
Guam – Tokyo 9 747
*
Boston – Amsterdam 4 D10
Boston – Frankfurt 7 D10
Boston – Glasgow 5 D10
Boston – London Gatwick 7 747
Boston – Paris CDG 5 D10
Detroit – Frankfurt 7 D10
Detroit – Paris CDG 7 D10
Minneapolis – London Gatwick 7 747
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3 Comments
  1. Scott
    Jul 5 2010

    I never knew NWA had such a TATL Boston operation. Love the historical stuff–thanks for posting!

  2. jimyvr
    Jul 5 2010

    NWA’s BOS Trans-Atlantic operation ended in mid-90s.

  3. Scott
    Jul 6 2010

    I recall flying BOS-ACK-BOS on Mesaba (NWA Airlink) in the summer of ’89… it was a Metro out and a Beech 99 back. I suppose, looking back on it, they must have had some sort of feeder operation going to justify entering such an obscure (and competitive) market… just never made the connection (no pun intended). I do recall the feeling of awe seeing the tiny props parked next to a 747 at BOS Terminal E!

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