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About Me: applications to see Google flights in real time
Web applications such as RadarVirtuel, Flightradar24, Plane Finder and LocalizaTodo allow us to carry out a visual, real-time follow-up of flights and planes that cross the skies of the whole world

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Many experts say that flying is one of the safest ways to travel. Others, on the other hand, have many objections, but what does seem clear is that it is one of the most comfortable ways, and the quickest way to do it, like many of you, traveling friends, you know well. Although surely you also agree that sometimes this comfort and speed are ruined, usually due to cancellations and delays.

But what I want to tell you today is four different options that we can find on the Net, to make a visual and real-time tracking of flights that cross the skies around the world. They can be useful to follow the trail to the flight in which our friends and family travel, to which we wait anxiously, or to know in detail the air route that will take us to our next holiday destination.

These are the applications that we want to recommend:

RadarVirtuel is an online application that geolocates, on Google Maps, air traffic. It focuses on Europe, Africa, America and part of Asia, based on the ACARS signals that aircraft use to communicate with land. If we click on any of the icons that represent the airplanes, we will expand the information with some interesting data: last message emitted, length, altitude, latitude, speed, etc.

We are facing another Google Maps mashup, although perhaps something more complete than the one I mentioned before. Flightradar24 is in charge of geolocating active flights in all parts of the world. It uses the signal sent by the transponders located on the planes to be able to track any of them. As in the previous case, we can click on any of the icons drawn on the map and obtain all the information related to the aircraft. As the information available is great, the site has a search engine that will help us quickly find any particular flight.

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