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rkkwan Apr 16th, 2007 08:55 AM - tracking your lifetime flights
This is a cross-post. I posted the links on the Airline board, but not too many people go there. So, here's the link to that thread.

JamesA Apr 18th, 2007 04:53 AM

This is quite good!

What you can do is enter flights you have taken, if you cannot remember the dates no worries, just enter the year(even if you have to guess), it complies your flights, sorts into which airlines you have used the most, aircraft types, total flight hours ( it has flight times built in ) etc, and then you update and get a world map showing all your flights.

I guess you can also use for forward planning if you are doing a multiple journey trip around the world and it also brings up flight times. It brings up places you have flown or you can use it for places you plan to go.

Certainly worth a look for those interested in flights they have done.

Kathie Apr 18th, 2007 06:38 AM

I feel like I don't dare look at the site - it would eat up my whole weekend. I actually have Daytimers going back many years, and they would contain my flight info for perhaps 20 years...

rkkwan Apr 18th, 2007 07:44 AM

No kidding! It ate up my last weekend.

I used to collect boarding passes for a while when I first came to the US. I flew lots of HKG-NRT-DFW-IAH that time. But I moved away and threw most of my stuff out.

Well, maybe I can search the house a little harder! ;)

gard May 22nd, 2007 05:10 AM


I'm hooked already after a couple of minutes on it. It is great fun to enter all the different flights and then you can see the world map with the routes after you are done :d But it takes a bit of time to put in all the data...well, depending on how much you travel of course :-)

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gard May 22nd, 2007 10:37 PM

Here are my stats so far: . I'm still working on it :d

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