Transportation tracking tools (Avia)

12 April 2024 3 minutes Author: Cyber Witcher

We will dive into the exciting world of flight trackers – services that allow you to track aircraft flights in real time around the world. Discover the world of flight trackers: from popular to niche services. Learn how to track flights in real time, what technologies enable it, and how you can use this data for travel planning or professional purposes.

Tools

GPSJam

A GPS/GNSS obstacle map based on data from aircraft onboard systems. Uses ADS-B Exchange.

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AirNav RadarBox

AirNav RadarBox Live map of flights. Provides a lot of statistics, but is only available to registered users.

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ADS-B Exchange

The platform collects radio signals transmitted from aircraft and displays their sources without filtering.

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Flightradar24

Which tracks about 200,000 flights around the world. The paid version provides a lot of analytical data and allows you to view the flight history of each board for three years.

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Plane Finder

It was created in 2009 as a flight tracker for iOS. It has since evolved into an advanced real-time aircraft search system. Provides a large database of airports, airlines and flights.

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Safeairspace

It provides guidance on areas to avoid when planning flights and describes sources of potential hazards. The service shows “risk reduction” in the world’s airspace.

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OpenSky Network

Swiss non-profit flight tracking project. It is supported by an active community of volunteers and has an open API and a public database of historical data.

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FlightConnections

FlightConnections visualizes data on scheduled airline flights. It also allows you to independently compile complex routes with transfers around the world.

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Virtual Radar Server

NET application that allows you to deploy your local air radar. This requires your own SDR capable radio, Kinetic SBS-3, AVR “*”, “@”, “:” or Mode-S Beast.

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FlightAware

One of the largest platforms for tracking flights and collecting flight data. Receives data from: air traffic control systems in more than 45 countries, ADS-B FlightAware ground station network in 195 countries, ADS-B Aireon satellite monitoring.

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PolarRadar

The service helps track air traffic over the North and South Poles. In other trackers, the flight path in these zones is displayed with distortions. And here you can see the schedule and the “leaderboard” – planes that have come as close as possible to the pole.

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SkyVector

SkyVector is a professional tool designed for planning private flights. Contains a lot of up-to-date information about the current situation in the sky from the weather to the flight zones of large drones, but looks quite unfriendly in terms of UI.

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