Archive for : August, 2015

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Tracking Star Alliance, SkyTeam, and Oneworld Special Liveries

Airlines that belong to Star Alliance, Oneworld, or SkyTeam are proud of that fact and often display their membership on a few aircraft in their fleet. We know that planespotters are always keen to catch these special alliance liveries so we’ve compiled a list for each alliance. The tables below are searchable by airline, registration, and aircraft type. To search for any of these on our site, use a registration filter. (more…)

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New Flightradar24 Receivers for the First Two Weeks of August—Tracking North

In the first two weeks of August, we went north. Far north. Our newest northernmost receiver is now active in Resolute, Canada. We also added receivers in northern Russia, Norway, Greenland, and Alaska. All of these receivers will help add coverage of long-haul transoceanic and polar flights. We also went south to activate a new receiver in French Polynesia. This receiver should help with our coverage in the south Pacific. (more…)

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Common Errors on Flightradar24

Flying cars, strange detours, impossible flight paths? When tracking hundreds of thousands of flights per day, various errors arise from time-to-time. We regularly get questions about why a particular flight track looks odd and the reason often falls in to a few categories. (more…)

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Welcome JetPhotos.net to the Flightradar24 Family

We are excited to announce that JetPhotos.net is now a part of the Flightradar24 family. JetPhotos.net is the largest aviation photography website in the world with over 2.9 million photos and hundreds more being added everyday. (more…)

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New Flightradar24 Receivers Activated in the Last Two Weeks of July

In the last two weeks of July we activated over 50 receivers, many of which helped increase our MLAT coverage in areas of China, Brazil, India, and South Africa. Our ADS-B and MLAT coverage areas in the United States continued to grow with new receivers in the south central area of the country. We also added a few receivers that will help with oceanic coverage, like three new receivers in French Polynesia. (more…)