Database of all flights booked in your life?


#1

Hi all,

I just registered to ask you the following question:
do you know if it is possible to recover information about all flights that I took in my life?
is there a database with a list of booked flights for a specific person?

I am wondering if somewhere I can insert my name/nationality/ID and to get as result the list of booked flights over my life.

Thank you for your answer/opinion

Romeo


#2

:open_mouth:


#3

No, this data is not stored in any centralized place and in fact, governments didn’t even keep track of this info until well after 9/11.

Some airlines can pull all the flights you have flown on that airline from their Frequent Flyer database (if you used a frequent flyer number for all your flights). But this generally isn’t something they do without a good reason.


#4

Yes. But if you find out who has the list they have to kill you to maintain the secret.


#5

The National Security Agency will neither confirm nor deny that they maintain such a list.


#6

A little research may help you. If you know the dates of your flighs and the origins/destinations, you may be able to reconstruct some of your flights by going to the BTS On-Time statistics. Once you have found them you can enter them into a great site called flightmemory. It’s located at flightmemory.com/

Once you’ve entered data you can get all sorts of statistics on your flights. Here’s an example using my flights:
URL: my.flightmemory.com/damiross


#7

I am pretty sure I know where I’ve been. Its where I am headed that I am more concerned about. :unamused:


#8

Thx you all for your asnwers.

I would like to show you something but I do not know how to attach a picture to this post.
Anyways, on the web-site of Ryanair, a low-cost company flying in Europe, I can actually get my past and future flights booked with that company. I do not think they are all those I booked with Ryanair, but it’s something.
this is the link
bookryanair.com/SkySales/bo … ingHistory