Live International ADS-B Flight Radar Data

Always wanted to know what that plane was overhead, now you can.
Flight radar shows live airplane traffic from different parts around the world.

The technique to receive flight information from aircraft is called ADS-B, ADS-B stands for:
Automatic Dependant Surveillance Broadcast.

This broadcast technology is very similar to the marine Automatic Identification System (AIS) navigation
system that is freely broadcast by ships, yachts and marine vessels across the world.

Only aircraft equipped with a transponder within the coverage area of the receiver are visible on the map, the map updates every 15 secs.
You can zoom in or out using the slider top right or left click and drag the map around to show a different area, plus you can also click on
a plane to show details of plane, route, height, speed etc. The colour of the trail behind the plane differs depending on the altitude the
aircraft had at that position. The numbers are in metres, if the plane is below 100 metres in altitude, the trail will be white.
Not all aircraft may be shown on first load of this page, please wait for first refresh to occur.

Please Note:
The data is supplied by individuals from all over the world. As such, no guarantee can be made as to the accuracy,
timeliness, quality or fitness of the data for any other purpose than aviation enthusiast activities