Developer: Flightradar24 AB
Current Version: 2.0.2
Last Updated: 2 years ago
Download Size: 33.9 MB - Download
Turn your Mac into an air traffic radar and see airplane traffic around the world move in real-time. Discover why millions are already using Flightradar24.
We are frequently featured in the media and recent media mentions include Bild (Germany), Le Monde (France), Cable News Network (US), and MSNBC (US).
Features that have made Flightradar24 the bestselling flight-tracking service around the world include:
* Planes moving in real-time
* Comprehensive information for each individual plane, including route, speed, altitude and more
* Unrivaled global coverage of real-time positional data for aircraft
* Easy to search for a specific flight
* Filter by airline, altitude, speed and more
* Flight trails and callsigns directly on map
* See airline logos in connection with the aircraft
* Banner free
We are rapidly improving Flightradar24’s coverage across the world. Below is a breakdown of our coverage as of May 2013. For the most up-to-date info about coverage in the area(s) you are interested in, please visit http://www.flightradar24.com
Roughly 95% of the continent covered
100% coverage in the US and Canada (but with slight delay) thanks to radar data provided by the FAA. Real-time coverage for ADS-B equipped aircraft in most areas of the two countries.
Substantial coverage in Mexico and most South American countries including Brazil, Argentina, and Chile
Complete coverage in Japan. Substantial to complete coverage in Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Maldives, Philippines, Taiwan, South Korea, Thailand, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Pakistan, Bangladesh and many other countries.
Nearly complete coverage in Australia and New Zealand.
Substantial coverage in South Africa. Limited coverage in the rest of the region.
Please note that coverage will vary.
Find out what you can do to help increase Flightradar24's coverage in your area:
Please note that Flightradar24 only can track aircraft equipped with an ADS-B transponder. The exception is in the US and Canada where we get radar data from the FAA and can track almost all planes, but with a five-minute delay. Visit http://www.flightradar24.com for more information about ADS-B and Flightradar24’s coverage.
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HELP & SUPPORT
Please visit the Flightradar24 forum for help and support.
The use of the information presented in Flightradar24 is strictly limited to your personal 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 it's interpretation or it's contrary to this agreement.
Bug fixes regarding:
Search field on El Capitan.
The lack of storage of data sources and types of traffic.
Changes to how app works with some of the units.
Better handling of altitude and speed min/max input fields.
Fix for follow aircraft.
Most Helpful Reviews
I love it! - I been watcing it and I cannot believe how neat it is to see a plane inflight when it left the airport! Great flight status! Only one misconception missing the rest of the map of the world. I noticed that Australia is missing the other half, otherwise fantastic application to watch air traveling!, if anyone looking for this buy it. It is fantastic! You will know where the plane is when it is traveling for sure! It shows it while no interruption happens. You need to see it! Enjoy it! :)
Waste of Money - Don't waste your money on the app. The web version is so much better. Slow to load and not as accurate as the web version. Wish I had not purchased.
More Reviews for Current Version
Save your money and buy the iPad version - This desktop version ought to have at least as many features as the dinky iPad app, right? Not so. The iPad version has better maps and has a 3D view capability that lets you see what it might look like to be in the cockpit as the plane flies, including take-offs and landings. (Positions of the planes are estimated, so there are frequent shifts in the position and altitutde of the planes.) I will continue using the iPad version of FlightRadar24, but will ignore this desktop version until it has been updated with better maps and 3D views.
Dont waste your money fot this APP - This app will make my Macbook Pro very hot and might make the system slow. and cant search the flight sometime. if u want this app, buy iPhone or ipad ver.
The Mac app pales next to the iPad and iPhone versions - The OS X version lack so many of the best features you get on the iOS version. Save your money. Do not buy.
Pathing is Needed - Seeing flight in real-time is fine, but it would be SO EASY to add a function to show the PATHS of aircraft. Just draw a line from data-point to data-point. I have done this myself in my own software, but if implemented in THIS App, it would be great. And PLEASE let me record flight-path data as an image (every x minutes, or over a 10-hour period). Just lines for the flightpaths – THAT will make this a great app.