Where is my flight and when will it arrive?

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Where is my flight and when will it arrive?

Postby rsipp on Wed Jan 13, 2010 5:43 am

There is a web sight, http://www.flightaware.com that can be used to track the flight progress of any airplane flying on an instrument flight plan. To track a specific flight the airplane must be operating on an instruement flight plan and the tail number of the airplane must be known. These two items can be provided by your pilot during the pre-flight coordination. The web sight output is a map showing the current location of the airplane updated every minute or so along with the scheduled and actual takeoff and arrival times.

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