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Flight Tracker:

Quick Guide for Flightradar24:

1st Option:

•Click on the Lens at the top of the right.

Enter a valid flight number and select a displayed flight.

Now you are tracking the plane and more information will be shown on the left sidebar.

2nd possibility:

Click on the lens at the top of the right.

Enter a city which has a airport available

The Flightradar centers the Airport and will display only flights related to it

Click on a plane to track it!

 

What is Flightradar24?

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Flightradar24 is a provider that allows its users to track free flying objects via the flight radar provided by Flightradar24. The data sent by the ADS-B transponder are recorded and graphically displayed by Flightradar24 in the form of a flight radar. Since this service is free, there are many service providers offering such a service, with Flightradar24 among the frontrunners. Flighradar24 shines not only with a very accurate information transfer, but also with the speed only a few service providers can keep up. Probably the strongest competitors are Radarbox24 and Flightaware.

 

What options does Flightradar24 offer?

The website of Flightradar24 offers the visitor the possibilities for live flight tracking. Online tracking with Flightradar24 allows you to visually monitor aircraft flight status in real time on the screen.
There are basically two ways of handling the map of Flightradar24. First, you can click on the single plane that is of interest and importance to you. Secondly, you can look at the map on a larger scale, ie the air traffic from airports across countries to the continents.
If you place the mouse on the necessary machine, you will immediately see its identification number. Click on it and you will get this important information:

Flight number

Aircraft Identification number

Departure and arrival airport

Departure and arrival time

Entire route

The current distance traveled

The route still to fly

Type of aircraft

Registration data

Flight status and altitude in real time

 

If you have the paid subscription, you also have the following important information:

Construction year

Ascent or descent speed of the aircraft

Real time speed

Recieve e-mail or push notification on the phone

Choose different types of map 

View the movement of the aircraft in 3D

 

What does the idea of Flightradar24 intend

Flightradar24 started in Jare 2006. As two Swedish computer experts followed their hobby and wanted to spread the network of ADS-B transponders to the whole territory of Northern and Central Europe. The project was developed in 2007 by the Swedish company Travel Network Ltd. The decisive turnaround came in 2009, when the decision was made to open this network to all volunteers so that each ADS-B owner could receive the data and send it to the network. The volunteers need no registration. The company Travel Network Ltd promotes the expansion of the network and provides free of charge the radio measuring device to the volunteers. All continents have been covered by radio coverage, but global denser coverage is still ahead. Since 2016, a wave glider has been deployed on the European North Sea, which sends aircraft position data directly to flight radar.

 

Which aircraft are monitored by Flightradar24?

Which aircraft are monitored by Flightradar24?
With an ADS-B transponder whose radio frequency is 1090 MHz, the information can be received by the flying airships from the distance of 155 to 280 miles.

Airplanes that are visible to Flightradar24 with ADS-B transponders include:

  • All Airbus models (A300, A310, A318, A319, A320, A321, A330, A340, A350, A380)
  • Antonov An-148 and An-158
  • ATR 72-600
  • BAe ATP
  • BAe Avro RJ70, RJ85, RJ100
  • Ilyushin and Tupolev
  • Boeing 737, 747, 767, 777, 787

For safety reasons, information about most military aircraft and some high-profile models such as Air Force One is not completely or completely inaccessible.

 

Flightradar24 Video Guide

In this video guide, you will learn how to use this radar properly