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How about a poster of your flights on a world map

How far have you flown in your life?

How many times have you circled the world?

How many days, months have you already spent in airplanes?

Have you ever asked yourself these questions?

For many, flying is like driving a taxi. For some, and we are one of them, it is and will remain an experience. An experience that you want to express in numbers and that you can do here.

On our website you can maintain your own flight statistics and calculate the distance and flight time, this free service, similar to a flight book or log book.

You will be amazed at the interesting statistics that come out of it. After a few flights you can quickly find out that you have already spent days, weeks, ... in the plane and have circled the earth several times.
Or have you already covered the distance to the moon?

Take a look at the preview with some examples.

Register now for free!


Even for "non" professionals

Don't worry: you don't need to be an aviation professional to provide the minimum data. It is easiest if you still have the boarding ticket. Aviation professionals can provide a lot of additional information if required.

Register for free

Now when you're ready to sign in, clickto register

The first flier online logbook worldwide!

Going really online in January 2006, FlugStatistik is the first online log book for anyone who enjoys traveling by plane. Whether for frequent fliers, pilots, crews or just enthusiasts - FlugStatistik is for everyone who loves flying!

Where have the FlugStatistik users flown in the last 24 hours? ... The "24h" cards show it:

This map is generated twice a day and shows where the flight statistics users have flown in the last 24 hours.

Click here for the complete "24h" statistics!
Click here for an overview of the other "24h" statistics!
Do you want your own flight statistics card? Click here to register.

Click here for the complete "24h" statistics!


A project by Robert Heret