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finding direct flight schedules through the end of 2011

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I am trying to find direct flight schedules for the most popular cities in the USA for airlines such as Delta and Airtran that would start leaving from Rochester, NY and then from the first destination we arrived at schedule another direct flight to another popular city. I have visited Delta's site and their flight schedule is 156 pages long and includes other countries, I need something & you can't sort or search their document/schedule for exact locations and it doesn't tell you their most popular sites. Does anyone have any suggestions as how I would go about finding such information? It would be greatly appreciated for I am on a timeline. Thank you!

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