How many miles have you flown in 2019?

Old Dec 31, 19, 4:41 am
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32 flights
65,438km (40,661 miles)
104 hours and 55 minutes air time

Airlines were -

British Airways x 9
Aer Lingus x 9
Cathay Pacific x 4
Lufthansa x 4
Ryanair x 4
Qatar Airways x 2
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Old Dec 31, 19, 4:51 am
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72 Flights for me, 34 different Airports and 17 countries totaling 66,184 Miles.

BA (58), IB (6), SP (4), ET (2), TP (1), U2 (1).

Despite the high number of sectors, as of tomorrow i'm no longer a GCH after a switch in role dramatically reduced my long haul flying so it's a very sad day for me!
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Old Dec 31, 19, 5:45 am
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Decided to track this for the first time in 2019

Total Miles: 258,644
Total Segments: 125
Airlines: 15(UA, AA, AS, DL, HU, CX, EK, JL, OZ, LX, LO, TP, NZ, AM, HO)
Airports: 43
Engagements: 1


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Old Dec 31, 19, 6:58 am
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Originally Posted by YClass View Post
Jeepers.... GGLFL yet? That sounds nuts
No, no where close really. I expect this level of travel to continue during 2020, then from 2021 I will have a new role that will be virtually stationary (with any luck!) in comparison. Not enough time to achieve GGLFL in that time I'm afraid.

Originally Posted by darthlemsip View Post
Have you got a Platinum Amex and did the Shangri-La status through it? They have/had a tie up with SQ - gold status if you do 4 business class flights in, I think it was, 90 days.

I did two returns about 6 months apart and they still gave me it - quite unexpected
No, I do not have an Amex Platinum. It was a corporate targeted promo, to the best of my knowledge.
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Old Dec 31, 19, 7:16 am
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On checking I see I missed a trip. So, 26 flights and 99,262 miles. 23 on BA and 3 on AA.
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Old Dec 31, 19, 7:49 am
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42,500 miles for me in 26 sectors

Highlights were surprising my wife with a day trip to Jersey for a significant wedding anniversary and also flying the A350 Club Suites to Toronto as a roundabout route to Chicago.

Air Canada snuck in there as an extra carrier after I missed the connection to Chicago when my flight on a 3 week old A350 had tech issues!

First flight of 2020 due tomorrow when we need to head back to the UK from a sunny South Africa.

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Old Dec 31, 19, 9:08 am
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Is it time to put the Greta Thunberg dampener on this thread! :-)
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Old Dec 31, 19, 9:19 am
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Is it time to put the Greta Thunberg dampener on this thread! :-)
No
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Old Dec 31, 19, 9:29 am
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A very calm year for me.

55 sectors covering 55,475 miles.
9 airlines - Loganair, Air Nostrum and Iberia being the new ones.
17 different a/c types - A350-1000 and A340-600 being the new types.
New airports were Boston, Madrid, Luxembourg and Luton .

By contrast, by train... 615 journeys covering 25,400 miles (and I don't think that's even complete).
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Old Dec 31, 19, 9:36 am
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I managed a paltry 14 flights this year, but kept the mileage up at more respectable levels (50,000 give or take).

2 sectors in BA F, 2 in MH J and the rest in BA J.
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Old Dec 31, 19, 10:25 am
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42 segments; all leisure
59610 miles.
New airports: DME, BUD, ATH, JMK, VCE, ZAG, SPU, DOH, DXB, TPE, ICN, PVG
New airlines: EK, QR, OZ, BR, OU, OA
Highlights: SQ new suites on A380, QR First
2 new F1 Grand Prix attended
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Old Dec 31, 19, 10:42 am
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139 Flights
261,952 miles

68 in business, 24 on QR, 9x HKG-SIN legs, 5 in first (highlight was JAL)

Only 17 flights on BA () but I might mix that up next year as I'm getting a bit bored of Doha/QR. Time for a reminder why I made that switch.

Reached GGL/CCR but will probably split my flights a bit more and build up status on some other schemes and try new products next year
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Old Dec 31, 19, 11:56 am
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Originally Posted by allturnleft View Post
Is it time to put the Greta Thunberg dampener on this thread! :-)
I think it is. This thread is just a pissing contest.

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Old Dec 31, 19, 12:19 pm
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Old Dec 31, 19, 12:33 pm
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Originally Posted by Palmer View Post
I think it is. This thread is just a pissing contest.

Palmer
I call Grinch!

This thread is a way of getting a vague insight into what our fellow FT-ers do. This is supposed to be a community, after all.
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