For airline geeks like me, or for folks interested in keeping track of their air mileage or flying habits, German-based website, FlightMemory.com, records and organizes your travel data, offering whimsical statistics and personal route maps.
After entering destination, schedule, and seating information for about 90% of the flights I’ve ever taken, FlightMemory calculates how many times I could have circumnavigated the Earth (8.9), my longest and shortest flights (that Seoul-LA hop was a killa), and how often I’ve sat in the front, middle, or back of the plane (of 224 flights, I’ve flown first 3 times, business 9 times, and cattle class 211 times).
I also get these lovely maps, plotting my flight paths within and outside of the US (you can tell I’m an East Coast boy with Latin American tendencies), and when I decide I like the looks of things, I can order a more colorful, detailed wall map so I can brag about my travels even more than I do now.
Other trivial tidbits include my top ten airports, airlines, aircraft, and routes (BOG, Delta, Boeing 737, and Bogotá-Barranquilla, respectively) based on actual flights flown, not so much personal preference.
Innit cool? Track your trips at FlightMemory.com.