Wondering where an airline flies or what aircraft they keep in their fleet? What about detailed flight reviews? Our new Airline data pages are full of great information on airlines around the world. To view the Airline data pages from the main page, just click Data, then Airlines.
Our Airline data pages start with a general overview of the airline, including both ICAO and IATA codes and the number of aircraft in the airline’s fleet. The ICAO code is important for filtering by airline when tracking flights. You’ll also see reviews at a glance to see what myFlightradar24 users are saying.
See an airline’s overall rating and in-depth reviews from myFlightradar24 users. Thinking about booking a flight? Visit the reviews tab to see what other travelers think of an airline before you book.
See all of an airline’s fleet on one page, organized by aircraft type. Expand individual aircraft types to see all the aircraft of that type organized by registration. Flightradar24 subscribers also have access to aircraft serial number and aircraft age. Aircraft can be sorted by each attribute so you can easily see things like the oldest aircraft in a fleet.
Wondering where an airline flies? See an overview of an airline’s next seven days of flights with our routes tool. You can view every route for the next seven days on the map or select one airport to see the routes to and from that airport.
Click on an airport pin to see a list of arrivals and departures for that airport. Arrival and departure information includes flight numbers, aircraft type, and schedules. You can click through to view individual flight information pages to check on past on-time performance or see what route a flight is likely to take.