• Our Weekend at EAA AirVenture

    This weekend we attended the Experimental Aircraft Association’s annual AirVenture in Oshkosh, Wisconsin and had a wonderful time seeing the sights and talking to people...

  • New Flightradar24 Receivers Activated for the Week of 13 July

    This week we continued to expand MLAT coverage in Russia, India, South Africa, and Brazil. We also continued to expand our coverage areas in the United States.   Read More

  • Inside the Airbus A350XWB

    We were privileged to receive a tour of the Airbus A350XWB as part of Airbus’ #A350XWBTour of the Americas. We flew the airplane from Chicago-O’Hare International Airport on a demonstration flight, returning after about 90 minutes. We were then able to get an in-depth look at the aircraft, including areas not normally seen by passengers.   Read More

  • New Flightradar24 Receivers Activated in the First Two Weeks of July

    Last week, we explored our map of new receivers for the first half of 2015. This week we take a look at the first half of July. In the past two weeks we’ve activated over 50 receivers, most of which have helped increase our MLAT coverage. We also activated new receivers in Bermuda and Funchal, …   Read More

  • EAA AirVenture—The World’s Greatest Aviation Celebration

    For one week each year, Whittman Regional Airport in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, becomes the busiest airport in the world. From 20 to 26 July this year, over 10,000 aircraft will fly in from all over the world for the Experimental Aircraft Association’s AirVenture. AirVenture, the self proclaimed “World’s Greatest Aviation Celebration”, will host over 500,000 people. …   Read More

  • New Flightradar24 Receivers Activated in the First Half of 2015

    With the first half of 2015 over, we’ve activated approximately 1200 new receivers! So far this year we have activated over 50 receivers in Brazil, China, and Russia, greatly increasing our coverage there. We’ve also expanded MLAT coverage in Japan, India, South Africa, and the United States. We have also added receivers in areas that …   Read More

  • Tracking Airborne Science Around the World

    When scientists want to study the upper atmosphere, look deep into space, or free themselves from the effects of gravity, they don’t necessarily need to go to space to do so. NASA, the European Space Agency (ESA), and commercial operators have multiple scientific programs based on airborne platforms that operate anywhere from 500 feet to …   Read More