See Flights in All New Ways on Flightradar24
This week we launched some great new features on Flightradar24.com. From tracking multiple flights at once to a big picture look at delays worldwide to even more detailed airport information, these new web views let you track flights and airline operations in all new ways.
With Multi-select, see multiple flight tracks on the map at the same time. See detailed flight information, like flight number, callsign, origin and destination, equipment type, and a photo of the actual aircraft for up to six flights simultaneously.
Enable Multi-select from the Views menu in the upper right corner of the screen. After the sixth flight is selected, clicking on an additional flight will deselect the oldest selected flight. Multi-select is great for visualizing weather diversions or landing patterns at busy airports.
With Delay view, quickly see on our map which airports are experiencing delays. See statistics for over 275 airports around the world where we’re able to calculate delays. Airport pins are color coded green, yellow, or red to show traffic status at each airport. Clicking on an airport pin reveals detailed delay statistics and airport weather information. Clicking the more info button takes you to the full arrival and departure boards so you can easily see which flights are being affected by delays.
Airport Data Pages
We’ve reconfigured our data pages to give you easier access to important airport information and additional information like Flightdiary ratings and reviews. See arrival and departure information, detailed METAR weather reports, and nearby airports. You’ll also see a satellite view of the airport and links to live flights at those airports as well as the airport’s website.
Access the Airport Data pages from the top menu by clicking Data/History then World Airports. Airports are listed by country or you can search for an airport by name, ICAO code, or IATA code.
For our Business subscribers, we’ve added Custom Fleets, which allows you to create a fleet of aircraft and track them all at once. Create a custom fleet by searching for aircraft in the Flightradar24 database in the left window and moving them to your fleet in the right window. Once the fleet is complete, give the fleet a name and click save. Return to Custom Fleet page at any time to make adjustments to your fleet.
With the Custom Fleets feature users can create up to three fleets with up to 1000 aircraft in each fleet. The fleets can later be accessed from Filters to filter out the fleet on the map or in Fleet view to see a fleet list and a live map of the aircraft in the fleet.