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Age

10 years

Released:2009-11-03

Available in

155 Countries

of 155 total

Activity

3

last updated: 2019-12-12

Overall Ratings

16 873

with average of 4.7

Global Rank

#249

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Top 25 Overall

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Track planes in real time on a worldwide map or use your camera to identify planes in the sky! No subscription to pay and top ranking since 2009. Plane Finder is the mobile flight tracker of choice for millions of curious people worldwide.

PLANE FINDER IS A POWERFUL FLIGHT TRACKING TOOL FOR

• Holiday makers, business travellers and their friends and families
• Aviation enthusiasts
• Pilots
• Cabin Crew
• Aviation Professionals
• Airlines

EASY TO USE AND INTUITIVE

• See live air traffic patterns and track flights in real time on a detailed map.
• Search by flight number, create a custom filter or just browse. Tap a plane to see detailed information such as
• Live flight path
• Flight route
• Detailed live flight status information
• Live altitude, speed and course
• Registration and callsign
• Aircraft photos
• Aircraft type
• Aircraft age
• Airline logo
• Days of operation
• Flight history
• Identify planes in the sky above you using Augmented Reality, point your camera at a plane overhead to see details
• Jump to worldwide locations easily by adding favourite bookmarks
• Check airport arrival and departure boards and view live information and statistics
• Get an instant notification when a flight takes off or is near landing using alerts
• Use playback to watch old flights (back to 2011)

USE PLANE FINDER TO ANSWER POPULAR QUESTIONS

• Where is my flight now?
• What is that plane overhead and where is it going?
• How many planes are flying right now?
• Are there delays at my airport?
• When will my flight take off?
• When will my flight land?
• Is my flight on time?
• What route did my flight take?


WHY CHOOSE PLANE FINDER?

Top ranking since 2009 and with no subscription fees to pay, Plane Finder is a trusted source of global flight tracking information to both the enthusiast and professional aviation community. We use our own worldwide bespoke flight tracking network that we are constantly growing and evolving to provide the best possible flight tracking experience. We pride ourselves on the accuracy of our tracking data and apply rigorous data quality checks throughout our systems.

Plane Finder has been featured by Gizmodo, CNN, GMA, BBC, Sunday Times, Mail on Sunday, CNET, Wired, GQ Magazine and many more.


HOW DOES PLANE FINDER WORK?

Plane Finder receives real time ADS-B and MLAT signals sent by aircraft to transmit their positional data to land based receivers. This technology is faster than traditional radar and is used for air traffic control and navigation. ADS-B is not used by all airlines or aircraft, however this is changing and the number of aircraft tracked by ADS-B is increasing all of the time. You can check our worldwide flight tracking coverage for free at www.planefinder.net


HELP AND SUPPORT

Plane Finder is regularly updated with innovative new features and our support team always listen to and reply to feedback. Please email support@planefinder.net or visit our website www.planefinder.net

ALSO BY PLANEFINDER

Plane Finder LITE (Free flight tracker app with adverts)
Plane Finder 3D (Track flights live around the world in 3D airspace)
Plane Finder AR (See where planes overhead are going using your device camera)

Please visit www.planefinder.net/apps to discover our full suite of flight tracker apps.


DISCLAIMER

The use of the information presented using Plane Finder is strictly limited to pursuing enthusiast activities (i.e. for entertainment purposes), which specifically exclude any activities that might endanger yourself or the lives of others.
Under no circumstances will the developer of this application be held responsible for incidents resulting from the use of the data or its interpretation or its use contrary to this agreement.
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13.1.2
December 12 2019
13.1.1
November 25 2019
13.1.0
October 31 2019
13.0.3
October 15 2019
13.0.2
October 09 2019
13.0.1
September 26 2019
13.0.0
September 18 2019
11.2.1
July 11 2019
11.1.9
June 18 2019
11.1.8
April 09 2019
11.1.7
April 03 2019
11.1.6
April 01 2019
11.1.5
March 05 2019
11.1.4
November 13 2018
11.1.3
October 22 2018
11.1.2
June 27 2018
11.1.0
May 08 2018
11.0.6
December 15 2017
11.0.3
November 07 2017
11.0.2
October 31 2017
11.0.1
October 26 2017
11.0.0
October 16 2017
9.4.1
September 28 2016
9.4.0
September 13 2016
9.3.1
July 22 2016
9.3.0
July 19 2016
9.2.1
April 05 2016
9.2.0
March 29 2016
9.1.1
October 13 2015
9.1.0
October 07 2015
9.0.0
September 15 2015
7.4.5
April 23 2015
7.4.4
February 10 2015
7.4.1
November 11 2014
7.4.0
November 04 2014
7.3.0
September 01 2014
7.2.2
August 05 2014
7.2.1
July 29 2014
7.0.3
February 07 2014
7.0.2
December 03 2013
7.0.1
October 23 2013
7.0.0
October 22 2013
3.5.1
March 28 2013
3.5.0
March 15 2013
3.4.0
February 23 2013
3.3.1
January 30 2013
3.3.0
January 22 2013
3.2.2
December 03 2012
3.2.1
November 12 2012
3.2.0
October 30 2012
3.1.1
September 12 2012
3.1.0
August 31 2012
3.0.3
April 05 2012
3.0.2
March 26 2012
3.0.1
March 12 2012
3.0.0
February 21 2012
2.63
October 31 2011
2.62
October 28 2011
2.60
July 26 2011
2.53
July 03 2011
2.52
May 26 2011
2.51
May 07 2011
2.50
April 18 2011
2.40
April 01 2011
2.30
March 17 2011
2.29
December 11 2010
2.26
December 07 2010
2.22
November 27 2010
2.20
October 28 2010
2.16
September 13 2010
2.15
August 26 2010
2.13
July 30 2010
2.12
July 10 2010
2.10
June 22 2010
2.03
May 15 2010
1.93
April 30 2010
1.92
March 27 2010
1.91
January 26 2010