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Trips by Date (2020)

November 13-23

Travel to France, Turkey, Georgia, Israel, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia (16,997.01 miles)

October 25-30

Travel to India, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Indonesia, and Vietnam (23,130.67 miles)

October 4-6

Travel to Japan (13,666.66 miles)

September 27 – October 2

Travel to Greece, Italy, the Holy See, and Croatia (11,100.42 miles)

September 17-20

Travel to Suriname, Guyana, Brazil, Colombia, and Texas (7,753.95 miles)

September 11-12
September 12

Travel to Qatar and Cyprus (13,839.27 miles)

August 23-27

Travel to Israel, Sudan, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates, and Oman (16,715.07 miles)
August 16 Travel to the Dominican Republic (2,943.69 miles)
August 11-15 Travel to the Czech Republic, Slovenia, Austria, and Poland (9,574.49 miles)

July 20-22

Travel to the United Kingdom and Denmark (8,281.01 miles)

May 12-13

Travel to Israel (11,754.06 miles)

March 22-24

Travel to Afghanistan and Qatar (16,297.34 miles)

February 28 – March 1

Travel to Qatar (13,799 miles)

February 13-22

Travel to Germany, Senegal, Angola, Ethiopia, Saudi Arabia, and Oman (21,245.69 miles)

January 29 – February 4

Travel to the United Kingdom, Ukraine, Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Uzbekistan (16,337.46 miles)

January 18-23

Travel to Germany, Colombia, Costa Rica, Jamaica, and Florida (11,432 miles)

Trips by Country (2020)

 

Afghanistan

Kabul, March 23

Angola

Luanda, February 16-17

Austria

Vienna, August 13-15

Bahrain

Manama, August 25-27

Belarus

Minsk, February 1

Belgium

Brussels, February 21-22

Brazil

Boa Vista, September 18

Colombia

Bogota, September 18-19
Bogota, January 19-21

Costa Rica

San Jose, January 21

Croatia

Dubrovnik, October 2

Cyprus

Nicosia, September 12

Czechia

Prague, August 11-13

Denmark

Copenhagen, July 22

Dominican Republic

Santo Domingo, August 16

Ethiopia

Addis Ababa, February 17-19

France

Paris, November 13-16

Georgia

Tbilisi, November 17-18

Germany

Berlin, January 18-19
Munich, February 13-15
Ramstein Air Base, February 28-29 (refuel)
Ramstein Air Base, May 12-13 (refuel)

Greece

Thessaloniki, September 27-28
Crete, September 28-30

Guyana

Georgetown, September 17-18

India

New Delhi, October 25-27

Indonesia

Jakarta, October 28-29

Ireland

Shannon, February 3-4 (refuel)
Shannon, February 22; 24 (refuel)
Shannon, August 23-24; 27 (refuel)
Shannon, September 10-11; 12-13 (refuel)
Shannon, October 2 (refuel)
Shannon, October 25 (refuel)
Shannon, November 22-23 (refuel)

Israel

Tel Aviv, May 13
Tel Aviv, August 24-25
Jerusalem, November 18-20

Italy

Rome, September 30 – October 2

Jamaica

Kingston, January 21-22

Japan

Tokyo, October 4-6
Tokyo, October 30

Kazakhstan

Nur-Sultan, February 1-2

Maldives

Male, October 28

Oman

Muscat, February 21
Muscat, August 27

Poland

Warsaw, August 15

Qatar

Doha, February 29
Doha, February 22-24
Doha, September 11-12
Doha, November 21

Saudi Arabia

Riyadh, February 19-21
Neom, November 22

Senegal

Dakar, February 15-16

Slovenia

Ljubljana, August 13

Sri Lanka

Colombo, October 27-28

Sudan

Khartoum, August 25

Suriname

Paramaribo, September 17

Turkey

Istanbul, November 16-17

Ukraine

Kyiv, January 30 – February 1

United Arab Emirates

Abu Dhabi, August 26
Abu Dhabi, November 20-22

United Kingdom

London, January 29-30
London-Stansted, February 29 – March 1
London, July 20-22

Uzbekistan

Tashkent, February 2-3

Vietnam

Hanoi, October 29-30

Last Updated: November 24, 2020

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