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Old Apr 11, 07, 10:37 am   #1
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http://www.flightmemory.com

The www.flugstatistik.de is now available in englisch:

I know, that is not a M&M specific thread, but I have seen the most FTs here using this tool.

The englisch version is available at

http://www.flightmemory.com
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Old Apr 11, 07, 12:30 pm   #2
 
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The really good part is that all data seems to have been automatically transferred to the new English service as well, with both services drawing information from the same database.

My http://www.flugstatistik.de login also works on http://www.flightmemory.com, and my flight statistics can be accessed at both http://meine.flugstatistik.de/alex0683de and http://my.flightmemory.com/alex0683de.

Very well done to Robert Heret and his team!

P.S. And, of course, Freddie Jr.'s flight map is now available in English at http://my.flightmemory.com/freddiejr

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Old Apr 13, 07, 12:33 pm   #3
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Cool!

I might start using this, now that I can understand it.
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Old Apr 13, 07, 2:14 pm   #4
 
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Cool!

I might start using this, now that I can understand it.
I think that was the idea...
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Old Apr 14, 07, 11:46 pm   #5
 
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Thank you for posting the link to www.flightmemory.com Have always wanted to track my flights, seeing that I've kept all my tickets and boarding passes since the age of 12...Am not one to collect, but for some reason have kept all my flight stuff. Have an entire box full of tickets, boarding passes, amenity kits and menus. After 10 hours of transcribing my flight data, came up with the followering;

-Flight Distance in KM: 1,035,488 or 643,422 Miles
-Booking Classes: F-65, C-47, Y-264
-Total flights: 376

I would imagine this figure would appear small along side of the many other Frequent Flyers on this site. All my flights have been for personal reasons, just to travel and see the world. But I was pleasantly surprised having passed the million KM mark...

Again, thanks for posting the link.
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Old Apr 15, 07, 7:08 am   #6
 
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It's funny to see how much more people use this page now that it is available in English. I talked about it with some friends here and I showed them the basics which they were of course able to translate but now it's much easier.

The only problem is that I guess they were not prepared for the amount of new users resulting in having some server issues
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Old Apr 15, 07, 3:32 pm   #7
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This is not a Miles & More or LH topic so moving to Travel Buzz.


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Old Apr 15, 07, 7:36 pm   #8
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There is another thread that I'm too lazy to look up. I've spent most of my weekend entering my info from 1997-2002. I'm almost through 2003. I'll have to do 2004 and 2005 from memory, unless I can get a printout from UA and F9.
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Old Apr 15, 07, 9:09 pm   #9
 
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There is another thread that I'm too lazy to look up. I've spent most of my weekend entering my info from 1997-2002. I'm almost through 2003. I'll have to do 2004 and 2005 from memory, unless I can get a printout from UA and F9.
It's actually a few threads below this one.

http://flyertalk.com/forum/showthread.php?t=666195

The two should probably be merged, but either way the site is a great tool. I dont fly nearly as much as many here do and luckily I had already made an excel spreadsheet way back on a rainy day and entered all that on a similar day back when I was told about the german version.
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Old Apr 15, 07, 9:30 pm   #10
 
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cool site
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Old Apr 16, 07, 2:39 am   #11
 
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That's a really cool site.
If only I could remember my post 1999 travel...
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Old Apr 16, 07, 5:51 am   #12
 
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Don't forget to click from time to time on the googleads on www.flightmemory.com to keep this service running for free
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Old Apr 16, 07, 9:28 am   #13
 
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Awesome site. It is a like a log book for non-pilots.
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Old Apr 16, 07, 10:15 am   #14
 
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WOW, very cool
Gonna take a LOT of typing to try and get all data on there. I don't see any way to import, is there?
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Old Apr 16, 07, 10:52 am   #15
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WOW, very cool
Gonna take a LOT of typing to try and get all data on there. I don't see any way to import, is there?
No, there's not. I spent about 8 hours total to get 400 entries in. I've still got about 100 to go. You can pull recently entered values, but there's no "repeat" trip or anything like that. It would make two years of weekly SAN-DEN-SAN entries easier.
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