In November, we activated over 100 new receivers, which helped us track 4,432,002 flights during the month. New receivers activated this month added important coverage in remote areas as well as helped us increase our MLAT coverage areas.

Adding to our arctic coverage, we activated a new receiver near Pond Inlet, Canada and one near Pevek, Russia. Moving south, new receivers in French Polynesia and Western Australia are filling previous gaps. In Africa, new receivers in Libya, Morocco, Nigeria, and Madagascar are adding needed coverage.

New receivers in China, Brazil, and United States also improved our MLAT coverage in those areas. Also in the US, we activated a new receiver in Mobile, Alabama, increasing our coverage of Airbus test flights there.

Here’s the full map of all receivers activated during November (click to expand).

New Flightradar24 receivers activated during the month of November (click to enlarge)
New Flightradar24 receivers activated during the month of November (click to enlarge)

We are always looking for new receiver hosts. Especially if you or someone you know lives in a remote location, please apply to host a receiver. All of our receiver hosts get a free Flightradar24 Business Subscription. If you’re interested, please apply today. If you’d you like more information about our application process, you can read more about it in our blog post.

If you prefer to use your own hardware and have a Raspberry Pi you can now help us increase MLAT coverage as well. Please see our Raspberry Pi page for more information and to begin sharing data today.

Ian Petchenik’s love of aviation began at an early age growing up next to Chicago’s O’Hare Airport. As Flightradar24’s director of communications and co-host of the AvTalk podcast Ian now gets to share that passion for aviation with millions of Flightradar24 users and listeners around the world.

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