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Documented flights

Documented flights

  1. John Stewart

    Hello again Lucky.
    Do frequent flyers (you especially) normally document the flights they have made. I have documented (date, departure airport, arrival airport, length of flight in miles, flight number – where there was one) all the flights I have made since 1955 to today – both commercial and military (31 years military service), both fixed wing and rotary wing. I feel that this information might be of use to social historians. Some aspects of early flying have probably been forgotten now. For example, the last crossing the equator certificate I received was in 1969. None since. And it is only in the last year that I have flown Business Class in two airlines that did NOT have a button hole in the napkin. Standards are slipping!

  2. MidSouthSkier

    Some of us document our flights through tools like or jetlovers. But I didn’t go back and enter all my flight data from my first flight.

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