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This is a brand new website that allows you to record all the flights you've taken in your life, and it will give you stats, map them out, etc. You can add lots of optional information, including tail number, seats, etc. Registration is free.

I spent literally the whole weekend to input mine. I have done most of the longhauls and include flights to basically all the airports I've visited in the world. But there are some domestic flights that I didn't record as I can't remember exact routing; and I didn't record all the duplicate HKG-NRT-DFW-IAH that I flew many times between 1988 and 1990/1, or some other HKG-TSA/TPE and TSA-HUN in Taiwan.

92 airports recorded though actually it should be 93, as HKG is actually two airports - Kai Tak and now Chek Lap Kok

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