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Need a web site that will help me find which airline flies city to city?

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I am doing a research project and need to be able to "quickly" find out what airlines fly between two given cities. They will most likely be a US city and an International city.

The typical search engines require too much information and are too slow for my purposes. I don't need to know the best price, I don't want to see listings for "mystery airline". It doesn't help if I have to guess which days, which airlines fly to which destinations.

Ideally I want to enter a city pair (departure/arrival) and get a list or a map of which airlines fly either non-stop or the most direct route between them. The purpose of the project is to find the most direct route (shortest fly time) between the two cities. Price is not an issue for this purpose.

Any help out there? Thanks.

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