Thanks so much for asking! It is incredibly helpful to me as a pilot to have a suggestion from which to begin; then I can see where I can help instead of having to start from scratch.
wyvonnia wrote:I would like to know if there is any website available that gives the mileage total from one airport to another (from one particular city/state to another)
In addition to http://airnav.com/
as recommended by Jon, I use landings.com -> Flight planning -> Flight planning = http://www.landings.com/evird.acgi$pass ... t_apt.html
to map out the trip. Put the beginning airport in the "starting" field and the ending airport in the "destination" fields, and optionally add potential airports in the "enroute" field. Most importantly, check the "show area map" box. That will then tell you the total distance for the legs as well as show other airports along the way.
The landings site gives me lots of other information, but both the airnav airport finder and the landings flight planner are in my browser history, so I tend to go with them :-) A couple of other good places to go are http://navmonster.com/
(the Great Circle Mapper). Pilots always need fuel, too, so checking nearby prices at http://100ll.com/
can point out one airport as better than another for a handoff point.
HTH & HAND