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Another potential source for this data is the Flightcaster API.

http://api.flightcaster.com/

~ Steve

On Thu, Dec 31, 2009 at 2:09 PM, Lynne Hamill <[log in to unmask]>wrote:

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>  Barry
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> There is an analysis of airport data in this paper:
>
> Amaral, L. A. N., Scala, A., Barthélemy, M., & Stanley, H. E.,
> 2000.
> Classes of small-world networks.
> PNAS. 97(21) pp11149–11152.
>
> I can't spot the source of their data - but you could always ask!
>
> Lynne Hamill
> CRESS
> University of Surrey, UK
> http://cress.soc.surrey.ac.uk/ <http://cress.soc.surrey.ac.uk/web/home>
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> *Sent:* Thu 31/12/2009 14:32
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> *Subject:* networks of air flights
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> I would appreciate knowing if -- and how -- we could get a database of
> city-to-city airline routes -- to compare with other forms of networks.
>
> Amusingly, my first attempt at sending this query got bounced by Socnet's
> spam filter -- possibly because I added an airline joke. Have TSA and
> Socnet merged?
>
>
>  Barry Wellman
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