How to use the Route Mapper
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The first map shows all destinations operated by Miami Airport (MIA).
Click on a dot on the map to select a location/departure point.
Using the map:
Click on a dot on the map to select a departure location/point.
The map will then change to display all direct routes from that location/point.
Destinations that can be reached with a connecting flight are displayed as grey dots.
Select an arrival destination by clicking on another dot.
If your destination is a direct route You will be given 3 options:
1. Show direct flights
- click this link to see the direct flights on this route.
All the direct schedules will be displayed in the timetable.
2. Show all flights
- click this link to see all direct and connecting flights on this route.
The map will change to display the possible connecting routes and all the direct and connecting flights will be displayed in the timetable.
3. Show map for onward routes
- click this link to see all possible onward destinations that can be reached from the selected location.
Some of these routes may have valid connecting flights. To check for valid connections, click on an onward destination.
Some routes may not show connecting flights if two separate tickets are required..
If your arrival destination is a connecting route, the map will change to display the possible connecting routes and the connecting flights will be displayed in the timetable.
Route Mapper is set to display schedules for "today". To select a new date
, use the calendar and click Search.
To go back to the first map, click"Refresh Map"
To start a new search, click "New Search"