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How did you do in 2010?

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I asked how everybody did in 2009 a year ago, and got some great responses:

http://www.fodors.com/community/air-travel/how-did-you-do-in-2009.cfm

So, how did everybody do in 2010? :)

Great flying year for me. And I just got out of NYC today. Miraculously, my flight arrived Houston on-time, despite all the snow.

Total mileage: 89,400 (previous record 58,800 in 2009)
Total flights: 44 (previous record 32 in 2009)
New airports: 10 - CSX (new one), LHW, XIY, CKG (new one), LXA, XNN, GVA, ZRH, LIH, PER
New airline: 1 - YV (Mesa/go!) which canceled my flight in 2009.
New plane type: 3 - E190, A333, B77L
Full body scan: 1 - @ ATL

Very excited about some of the new airports I visited this year. They include the western most (LIH), southern most (PER, my first time in the Southern Hemisphere), and highest (LXA, 11,710ft/3,570m) I've ever flown into or out of.

Of the flights, HNL-LIH are the shortest in duration that I've personally timed. 22 minutes, both direction.

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