Some graphs illustrating some flying traits over the years!

A graph showing total flight hours for each year flown. Most pilots may quote how many hours they've flown in a year; this graph is a useful indicator for which years have been the best!

A graph showing total flight hours per month of year. This graph is useful when determining which historical months have seen the most flying activity.

A graph showing total flight hours per day of week. This graph is useful when determining which days have historically been proved to be the most popular for flying. If the pilot is a weekend flyer, Saturdays and Sundays will appear to have the most hours flown!

A graph showing the total number of flights grouped by flight type. This graph is useful to see which is the most common flight discipline used by the pilot

A graph showing the total number of hours flown on respective glider types. This graph is useful for showing the number of flight hours gained on each different type of glider flown by the pilot.

A graph showing the total number of hours flown from each site. This graph is useful for determining which site has yielded the greatest number of flight hours.

A graph showing the total number of flights flown from each site. This graph is useful for determining which site has the most flights from (not to be confused with number of flying hours).

A graph showing the total number of flights for each glider flown (including the flight discipline). This graph is useful for determining the number and type of flights flown from each glider.

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