SkyLines is a web platform where pilots can share their flights with others after, or even during flight via live tracking. SkyLines is a sort of social network for pilots including rankings, statistics and other interesting features. Most of all SkyLines is truly open in all regards compared to other similar platforms.
SkyLines has started development in 2012 as a spin-off from the popular XCSoar glide computer. Internally SkyLines is still sharing some code with XCSoar in the algorithmic areas and is providing the base for XCSoar's live tracking functionalities. More Info »
SkyLines is far from finished yet, but it has been running in production for quite some time now. You can reach the official server at http://www.skylines.aero .
Flight Database - Upload your IGC files and share them with your friends. We won't change your files or restrict you from downloading them again!
Live Tracking - Use your mobile phone to send position updates to SkyLines. Find out how it works here.
Flight Analysis - Use our analysis tools to have a closer look at your flights and how you might be able to improve them in the future.
Social Network - Skylines also has some social network aspects. You can comment on flights, follow your friends and get notifications if they do anything interesting.
Open Data - The SkyLines flight database is made available under the Open Data Commons Attribution License (ODBY) . Skylines is using waypoint data from the WELT2000 project.
Skylines is a community project and entirely based on free software (License). Visit GitHub if you want to help!