Plot Airport Routes

Use this tool to plot airline route networks or airport destination maps. You can add as many starting and end airports to the network of routes. Find the airport by name, IATA or ICAO.

Airport Route Map

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Options

Measure in : Miles KM
 Zoom To Fit   Reset   Toggle Airport Markers   Toggle Distances   Click To Plot 

About the Airport Route Tool

This tool allows you to quickly plot a route map between airports. You can find the airport by name, IATA or ICAO or just click on its marker on the map.

How to use the Airport Route Tool

  • Type the name, IATA or ICAO of an airport in to the two text boxes
  • Click [Plot Route] to plot the route on the map
  • Continue to add additional routes between airports
  • You can toggle the airport markers on and off
  • You can toggle the route distance labels on or off
  • To start again click [Reset]
  • Click [Click To Plot] to then click/tap on the airport markers in order to draw the route

Future Ideas

  • Allow export of completed route map (+2 votes)
  • Allow a single route to be deleted

Version History

  • 12th March 2018 - Initial Version
  • 23rd February 2017 - Initial Version

Comments For This Page

export would be a useful feature
By spencer on 6th September 2018

Sorry, this is not possible
By Free Map Tools on 16th August 2018

can I get a compass rose overlay on these
By marie on 16th August 2018

Chris, do you mean on the marker (on the map)?
By Free Map Tools on 17th July 2018

Can airport codes be able to be displayed?
By Chris on 16th July 2018

New option to toggle miles/km added.
By Free Map Tools on 12th March 2018

I can't believe I'm not allowed to convert the measurement of the route from km to miles! Please fix this!
On 3rd March 2018

Hi Kimball, there is no option to toggle units. Would you like this to be added?
By Free Map Tools on 11th November 2017

Why can't I change it from KM to miles?
By Kimball on 10th November 2017

Very Useful!
On 20th March 2017

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