Topic of the Week: 2011 Flying Summary

The year is just about done for, so it’s time to look at how much flying we all did. My two trips across the pond helped to offset the lack of flying toward the end of the year. What did your year look like?

Miles: 38,310 (34,202 last year)
Segments: 26 (26)
New Aircraft: Bombardier Q400
New Airlines: Allegiant, Spirit
New Airports: Kelowna (BC), London/City, Shannon
Most Common Aircraft: A320 (7 flights)
Most Common Airline: US Airways/JetBlue (5 segments each)
Most Common Airport: Long Beach (6 dep/3 arr)
Most Common Non-Directional Route: Long Beach – Phoenix (3)

70 Responses to Topic of the Week: 2011 Flying Summary

  1. Kyle says:

    Miles: 44,921 (30,967 last year)
    Segments: 26 (19 last year)
    New Aircraft: ATR72, Xian MA60
    New Airlines: Laos Airlines, Korean Air
    New Airports: Atlanta, Burbank, Sacramento, Washington National, Bangkok Suvarnabhumi, Luang Prabang, Pakse, Phnom Penh, Seoul Incheon, Siem Reap, Vientiane
    Most Common Aircraft: B737 (9 flights)
    Most Common Airline: Delta (11 flights)
    Most Common Airport: JFK (4 dep/3 arr)
    Most Common Non-Directional Route: Newark-Seattle (3)

  2. Axelsarkis says:

    Only four comercial, and that was on the same trip. CO 752 to EWR, CO 762 to MAD… CO 752 to EWR, CO 753 to LAX.

    I also had a few hours of actual flying time in a Cessna.

  3. Brian says:

    Miles: 57,906
    Segments: 27
    New Aircraft: E135, E170, A332, B763, B773, B733, B737
    New Airlines: Air New Zealand, American, Eva Air, Cathay Pacific, China Eastern, Qantas, Southwest
    New Airports: AKL, HKG, IAH, MDW, OSH, PEK, PVG, SHA, ZQN
    Most Common Aircraft: E145, A320, B772 (3 flights each)
    Most Common Airline: UA/CO (14 segments)
    Most Common Airport: Des Moines (4 dep/4 arr)
    Most Common Non-Directional Route: Des Moines ? Chicago (6)

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