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Latest comments

Jeremy Betteridge
Flybe seems to be in decline. They aren't managing their check in which was extremely poor, they called us to the air...
Flybe | 11 hours ago

Dave Rodwell
taken 4 flights with them and all have been delayed. No wifi on board despite advertising this heavily.
Tor Air | 20 hours ago

Graham Campbell
This is a tight small plane. That being said it gets two stars because it is not a CRJ. If possible try and get the...
Embraer ERJ-145 | 1 day ago

sheikh natharshah
Nice and very quite plane.comfortable but lack of engine sound,your ride less fun.not suit for person who love take of...
Airbus A320neo | 1 day ago

Ryan
Plane is severely dated with old seats, lack of overhead bin space, and poor entertainment system. Was probably state...
Boeing 767-300 | 1 day ago

Add flights

Keep track of where you have been and how you got there by adding your flights to your Flightdiary.net account.

It is up to you if you want to add all the flight details (airline, aircraft, date, time, etc.) or not, but if you do, the statistics shown on your profile will be more relevant and precise.

Profile

Get a personal profile with a map and detailed statistics about your flights with graphs on CO2 emissions, top airports, airlines, etc.

Your profile can either be easily linked to, or set as private - it is your choice.

Share your opinion

Let other users know what you thought about your flight by rating and commenting.

The ratings that are given are used to calculate an average for each airport, airline, and aircraft in our database, which together with the comments and Wikipedia information put together our database pages.

Flying is social

Let your friends know when and where you have flown.

When you add a flight, you can choose whether to post a message to your Facebook wall. If it is a future flight, we can even post your message automatically when you are in the air with a direct link to it on Flightradar24.com, so your friends can follow you live.