Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Is This the Most Gorgeous Map Ever?

Oh man this is beautiful! Plane Finder has released a new Route Map that looks just all kinds of gorgeous.

The screenshot above doesn't do this map justice.You need to open up the map and then click on any of the airports displayed on the map - that's when the beauty happens. After clicking on an airport neon lines fly out from the airport to show all the destinations that you can fly to from that location.

It's a simple formula really:

 a styled map + animated polylines = poetry in motion


roverinexile said...

Very pretty, but seems to have incorrect info. There are currently no flights from Liverpool (UK) to Heathrow or Gatwick, for example. Most smaller airports in Scotland are missing.

tuhoang said...

Agree. I don't even know we can do such things with Google Maps :).

Simon Cox said...

Missing so many airports.
In Australia: Broome, Melbourne-Avalon, Alice Springs ...

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