Airplane Flight Radar

Flightradar24 is a flight tracking service that provides you with real-time info about thousands of aircraft around the world. The technology used to receive flight information from aircraft is called ADS-B. Roughly 60% of all passenger aircraft around the world are equipped with an ADS-B transponder. However, this percentage will continue to grow.

The majority of the data displayed on is gathered through a network of 500+ ADS-B receivers around the world. In addition to ADS-B, data from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is also displayed. This data provides full coverage of the airspace above the United States and Canada. However, this data is slightly delayed (up to 5 minutes) due to FAA regulations. Because of this delay, the planes generated from FAA data are of a different color (orange) than the planes generated from real-time data (yellow).

Click on any airplane on the map above and it will show details about the flight. Click on the flightradar24 logo for more information.

In areas where Flightradar24 normally have coverage, all major airports are marked with blue airport markers. Flightradar24 relies on volunteers around the world for the majority of the coverage.

Please note that coverage and aircraft visibility is dependent on many parameters including aircraft type, aircraft transponder type, aircraft altitude and terrain so coverage is different for different aircraft. If an aircraft you are looking for is not visible on Flightradar24 it either does not have correct transponder or it's out of Flightradar24 coverage.