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So ever since I got into travel hacking a year or two ago, we have done a TON more traveling than we had done since we’ve been married. In the past year, we have gone:
- Getaway trip to Miami
- Family Vacation to Reno
- Washington DC for the Family Travel for Real Life conference
- Atlanta for a family wedding
This is compared to maybe 2 or 3 flights total in the first 15 years we were married.
So now that I’m traveling a lot more, I want to start keeping track of the flights, airlines, airports and such that I’ve been to. Kind of similar to tracking the counties I’ve visited!
— Point Princess (@point_princess) September 7, 2014
One of the features of JetLovers is that it automatically updates your map based on your social media check-ins. I don’t know if you can manually enter in flights or not, but if not, that would be a deal breaker for me. I do like the maps that it produces
Flight Memory is another site that tracks the flights that you’ve taken. This is more manual, which can either be a good thing or bad thing. Here’s an example of the map that is generated from Miles, Points and Mai Tais.
Flight Diary is another option. With Flight Diary you get a personal profile with a map and detailed statistics about your flights with graphs on CO2 emissions, top airports, airlines, etc.
Open Flights is more of an open-source site as far as I can tell. The user interface is pretty basic
A few other sites that I came across include
- Pitot, which is $4.95 / mo and thus “way” more than I want to pay for it.
- BA97.com is another site that uses maps from GCmap.
Any other ones? What do you use and what would you recommend?