September 02, 2012
FlightRadar24 — Crowdsourced live flight tracking around the world
From the website: "FlightRadar24.com was launched as a hobby project in Sweden in 2007. In the beginning we started to build our own network of receivers in Northern and Central Europe. In 2009 we opened this network and made it possible for anyone with a ADS-B receiver to connect to the network. This made it possible to expand to the rest of Europe, Greenland, Australia, Canada, and Brazil. We hope to cover most parts of Europe and other places around the world. We greatly appreciate any contributions of flight data from any country on any continent."
Free, the way we like it.
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We're in the flight path of SFO. My son and I were watching and listening simultaneously.
Posted by: tamra | Sep 3, 2012 1:31:17 AM
This site has been around for a while. A much more interesting view of its usefulness is the images on Watts Up With That showing flights as the ash cloud from a 2010 volcanic eruption in Iceland approached continental Europe.
Posted by: Dave Tufte | Sep 2, 2012 11:23:19 PM
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