Flightmemory, Openflights, FlightDiary...am I missing any?

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Which flight tracker do you use?

  1. Flight Memory

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  2. Open Flights

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  3. Flight Diary

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  4. Other

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  1. hulagrrl210
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    Just curious which flight tracking programs everyone is using? Which is your favorite and why? Any more we should know about?
     
  2. edekba

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    I use fd cuz its pretty and had lots of nice colors. Also the maps is very cool
     
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  3. hulagrrl210
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    I've been doing flight memory and open flights and just found out about fd. also found out I can import tripit to openflights, then openflights to fd. sucks that flight memory still has to be done manually.
     
  4. Wandering Aramean
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    OF. http://openflights.org/user/sbm12

    Love the flexibility and the stats. Maps aren't as pretty but the zoom/filtering wins for me. FD is too limited in airports/airlines as I understand it and I've got a lot of less traditional ones in my history.
     
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  5. NYBanker
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    I use fm...but I seem to like the others better. Wish I knew about them before I set everything up in fm!
     
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  6. hulagrrl210
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    You can import your flightmemory to openflights. According to flightdiary you are able to then backup and import the CSV file from openflights to there, however when I tried it lost all of my dates. It also didn't recognize the airport code RIW (Riverton Regional Wyoming) :(
     
  7. hulagrrl210
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    I like that openflights bolds routes you fly a lot. Somehow flightmemory just doesn't seem to capture how many times I've flown to/from and Hawaii over the years.

    http://openflights.org/user/hulagrrl210

    BTW, that is an impressive map you've got there!
     
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    Flight Memory was the first program I heard of and started using a couple years ago. I like the stats they calculate but the maps can get a bit messy without any ability to zoom or pan.
     
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