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December 27, 2010

5

S00: Northwest Airlines Asia/Europe network

by JL

The following is Northwest Airlines’ Trans-Pacific and Trans-Atlantic operation in Summer 2000 season, taken from OAG Worldwide – Aug 2000 Edition.

Route
Freq (Wk)
& A/C
Remark
Boston – Amsterdam 7 D10
Detroit – Amsterdam 14 D10
7 744
7 747
Detroit – Beijing 4 744
Detroit – Frankfurt 7 D10
Detroit – London Gatwick 14 D10
Detroit – Milan Malpensa 7 D10
Detroit – Nagoya – Manila 4 744
Detroit – Paris CDG 7 D10
Detroit – Rome 7 D10
Detroit – Osaka = Kaohsiung 4 744=D10
Detroit – Osaka = Kuala Lumpur 3 744=D10
Detroit – Shanghai 2 744
Detroit – Tokyo 4 744
Detroit – Tokyo = Beijing 3 744=747
Detroit – Tokyo = Shanghai 4 744=747
Guam – Tokyo 7 747
Honolulu – Osaka 7 747
Honolulu – Tokyo 7 747
Honolulu – Tokyo – Seoul 7 747
Las Vegas – Tokyo 3 747
Los Angeles – Osaka – Manila 7 747
Los Angeles – Tokyo – Bangkok 7 747
Minneapolis – Amsterdam 7 747
Minneapolis – London Gatwick 7 D10
Minneapolis – Osaka 7 747
Minneapolis – Tokyo 2 747
Minneapolis – Tokyo – Singapore 7 747
Newark – Amsterdam – Bombay 7 D10
New York JFK – Amsterdam 7 744
New York JFK – Tokyo – Hong Kong 7 747
Saipan – Tokyo 7 747
San Francisco – Tokyo – Manila 7 747
Seattle – Amsterdam 7 D10
Seattle – Osaka 7 D10
Seattle – Tokyo – Taipei 7 747
Washington – Amsterdam – Delhi 7 D10
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5 Comments
  1. Johnny D
    Dec 27 2010

    How about MEM-AMS?

  2. jimyvr
    Dec 27 2010

    operated by KLM aircraft

  3. Justin
    Dec 29 2010

    I guess KUL will never be a part of DL’s network. They could try NRT-KUL using a 76W as extension of the SFO and PDX originating flights, or if they already had license from KIX, it could go SEA-KIX-KUL on trial basis to see if it generates any revenue. Perhaps MH has too much monopoly?

  4. lor
    Dec 30 2010

    Any chance to see the DTW-MXP again?

  5. jimyvr
    Dec 30 2010

    no idea.

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