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Adding Routes to Flightradar24 Airport Data Pages

Adding Routes to Flightradar24 Airport Data Pages

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Want to see where all the flights from an airport are flying? With the new Routes tab on our airport data pages that information is just a click away. See where flights from a single airport will fly in the week ahead and get a detailed schedule for the current day and the next seven days by clicking on a destination airport pin.

The new Routes tab on each airport data page shows non-stop destinations from that airport

The detailed schedule provides the flight number, scheduled departure time, and scheduled equipment type (when available). Clicking on the flight number will bring you to our flight data pages to see past flights.

Non-stop flights from London-Heathrow to Hong Kong seen with our new routes map

You can also view every scheduled flight from an airport for the week ahead. Just click the link at the top of the airport’s Routes page to view the full schedule. The schedule is listed by country, then airport, then flight number. For very busy airports, like London-Heathrow or Tokyo-Haneda, schedules may take a moment to load.

With the new Routes tab, it’s easy to see who’s flying the more than 460 weekly flights on the busiest route in world from Seoul to Jeju or where Emirates is sending its fleet of over 90 A380s. And as always, use our airport data pages to check departure and arrival boards or see delay statistics and current weather information.

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