Any of you on flightdiary.net?

Discussion started by Monsta_AU, Oct 30, 2014.

  1. Monsta_AU

    Monsta_AU ...can I interest you in some vintage blades? Forum Administrator Grand Society

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    With more than a few of us on here taking flights regularly, I have found this site really handy:

    http://flightdiary.net/

    You can enter in all your flights, and it will track Miles (nautical of course) and CO2's emitted and some other nice stats.

    The best part is that if you sign up with Facebook (one of the rare ones that I recommend that you do) then you can see where your facebook friends are and what they are flying on. It's kind of like FlightRadar24 but only when your friends are in the air. You can also get it to post to your facebook when you are getting on a flight, and it lets everyone see your FR24 link.

    Anyway, I thought it might be useful, and I think that @Mark1966 will have enough miles to have flown around the globe about 20 times.
     
  2. filobiblic

    filobiblic Facepeeler Extraordinare State Convenor - NSW Group Buy Caporegime 2017 Sabbatical Fail 2016 Sabbatical Fail 2015 Sabbatical Fail

    And enough CO2 to gas all of Canberra (cows included!).
     
  3. eggbert

    eggbert is full of Vision Collision 2018 Sabbatical 2017 Sabbatical Da Menth Heads

    My brother is a trainer for Splunk - a network monitoring tool and gets to fly all over the world regularly.
    In a little over a year he flew 100k miles (or 4.4 times around the earth) with just British Airways.
    He also flew Virgin, Quantas, Delta, American, KLM, Jet, and Lufthanser that year.
     
  4. Monsta_AU

    Monsta_AU ...can I interest you in some vintage blades? Forum Administrator Grand Society

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    Just to update this, Flightdiary was acquired by Flightradar24, and it now lives at https://my.flightradar24.com/ - If you have a Flightradar24 account, you can use that to track your own flights.

    After increasing my work travel in the last year, along with some personal flights, I have seriously added some more distance, countries and airports to my list.
     

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