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Latest comments

Colin Massey
For an airport that's very busy the facilities are poor (food) especially Terminal 1 and Queues. Passport Control on...
Manchester / Manchester | 19 hours ago

Juho Mustaparta
Otherwise very good but noise level inside is high. I measured constant 100dBA with my iPhone's application during cli...
Embraer EMB-120 Brasilia | 1 day ago

Jose Manuel Conde
The 747 in British Airlines are really old, but the service provided by the crew makes a really it a really great expe...
Boeing 747-400 | 2 days ago

Miranda Knudson Schu
Quite large, but relatively easy to navigate. Good food choices and shopping for longer layovers. Wasn't entirely im...
Denver / Denver | 2 days ago

Oscar Risch
Tiny aircraft with limited space for carry on luggage. Seating on the back of the plane is more convinient as the emba...
ATR 72 | 2 days ago

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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.

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

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