FlightMemory.com

Are you fascinated with flying as much as I am? If you are and you like to see (or share) stats about your journeys, then check out FlightMemory.com. They originally launched in Germany but have a free English site as well. All you need to do is register and input your flights.It will tell you how many miles/kilometers you flew (including in distance to the moon & sun), hours/days/weeks/months/years spent on a plane, total number of flights (domestic/international/Intercontinental), your longest flight, shortest flight and your top ten airports/airlines/aircraft/routes. Here are my numbers from 2012.

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2 Comments On "Website of the Week: FlightMemory.com"
  1. Felix Rohrbach|

    I have been looking at flightmemory a while ago, but decided to go with flightdiary.net as the design/layout of the website was more attractive to me… do you know if there is any differences in functionality between these two?

    1. Johnny Jet
      Johnny Jet|

      I don’t know but maybe one of our readers do.

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