All roads lead to Winnipeg

#1

…at least if your airport has a minimum of two bars of demand. :wink:

To celebrate the occasion of having connected all relevant Canadian airports to the heart of Manitoba, I’ve drawn a little routemap for my overpriced airline - and while I was on it anyway, made one for the other hubs too.



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#2

You must be cheating :joy::joy:

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#3

Beautiful maps. Reminds me of airline magazine level of quality.

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#4

Thanks for feeding my flights to/from Tulsa! More than half the pax travel through you.

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#5

Having grown up in the Peg…this makes me have good feels :slight_smile:

One additional thing…go JETS go !

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#6

I really hoped that there would be someone who understands the reference. :ice_hockey:

Goose Airlines’ routemap to 59 one-bar airports is coming next. Still 128 airports to go then…

#7

This is awesome. How did you make it?

#8

Adobe Illustrator for the drawing, ASRoutemap to locate all the airports as precisely as possible.

#9

Any suggestions for a good tutorial for building one? Cheers

#10

Unfortunately, no, actually. It was more of a design exercise for myself so everything was just trying to find methods that work for my specific purpose and desired design language. So basically, it was “just” finding a good base map (freevectormaps.com), mapping all the 70+ airports by hand and then playing around (a lot) with colours, lines etc.