Flightradar24 is a global flight tracking service that provides you with real-time information about thousands of aircraft around the world. Our service is currently available online and for your iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch) or Android device.
Flightradar24 is frequently featured in the media. You can find a couple of examples here:
- The Wall Street Journal: Who Knows Where Almost Every Flight Is Right Now?
- Reuters: Flightradar24 finds not just planespotters flocking to its website
- Flightradar24 exposes the Malaysian Prime Minister. Read more.
- Flightradar24 data shows how airspace was rebooted after Icelandic ash cloud. Watch video.
- EUROCONTROL talks about Flightradar24. Watch video.
- Article in German paper Bild. Read more.
- Article in French paper Le Monde. Read more.
- Reuters article about Flightradar24. Read more.
- Article in International Business Times about Flightradar24. Read more.
- Article in Aviation Week about Flightradar24. Read more.
Flightradar24 Figures At-a-glance
- Largest ADS-B network in the world with over 35,000 connected receivers
- Over 200,000 flights tracked per day. See our Statistics page for daily stats
- 4+ million users per day
- #1 app on AppStore in 130+ countries
- #1 travel app on AppStore in 150+ countries
- 75+ million app downloads
- Used by most major airlines and others in the aviation industry, including Airbus, Boeing, and Embraer
How we got here
Flightradar24 started as a hobby project in 2006 when two Swedish aviation geeks decided to build a network of ADS-B receivers in Northern and Central Europe. In 2009 we opened up the network, and made it possible for anyone with an ADS-B receiver to upload data to the network. Many parts of the world were quickly covered, but the quest to provide global ADS-B coverage is still ongoing. Hopefully with your support, we will get there.