These maps were generated by the very fantastic Great Circle Mapper – copyright © Karl L. Swartz - according to which I've covered 640,971 miles on planes during my travels so far. That's roughly the same as 26 times around the Earth, or 2.7 times the average distance from the Earth to the Moon. Hover over the maps to see the names of the cities.
The longest flight I've done is Paris to Santiago, at 7241 miles. Shortest was a 13 mile hop from Fox Bay to Port Edgar during a roundabout journey from Bleaker Island to Stanley in the Falkland Islands, closely followed by a short but incredible 15 mile helicopter journey from Kulusuk to Ammassalik in Greenland.
According to carbonindependent.org, flying releases 100-115g of CO2 per passenger kilometre. Taking the higher figure, and multiplying my distance by 1.09 to correct for flights not taking the shortest possible route, my cumulative flying emissions are 129.3 tonnes. When time permits, I do always travel at ground or sea level!
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All 399 flights so far:
A clearer view of 183 European flights
Here are some photos I've taken from planes during my travels: