New Flightradar24 Receivers Activated in March 2016
Nearly 150 new receivers joined the Flightradar24 network in March and we made significant gains in coverage around the world. We added large groups of receivers in a few countries and some key receivers in others.
In Australia, we added 11 new receivers, including four in Western Australia and one in Northern Territory that are helping to increase our coverage area there. We also activated 11 new receivers in China, expanding our coverage area and adding additional MLAT coverage away from the coast.
We activated a cluster of receivers in northeast India, Nepal, and Bangladesh, which are providing expanded coverage and will lead to even more MLAT coverage. We also activated new receivers in Baghdad and Kabul.
In Africa, we added single new receivers in Algeria, Egypt, Morocco, Liberia, Namibia, Botswana, and Mozambique. We added two new receivers in Republic of the Congo and four new receivers in South Africa, which are helping increase MLAT coverage.
Our transatlantic coverage grew with new receivers in the northern UK and Canada as well as additional receivers in the Azores. In the United States we activated a group of receivers across the south of the country adding important areas of coverage. We also added new receivers in New York, which gives us significant ground coverage at all three major New York-area airports now. We also added additional coverage in the Pacific Northwest with new receivers in Washington and Oregon.
In South America, we activated multiple receivers in Argentina, Brazil, and Bolivia. We also activated a new receiver in Colombia. The three new receivers in Bolivia are adding additional MLAT coverage, as are the new receivers in Argentina. The new receivers in Brazil helped expand our coverage area as well as increase MLAT coverage.
Here’s the full map of all receivers activated during March (click to enlarge).
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