Nice to see it on the big screen of my monitor.
I have an app on my phone with that information. www.flightracker.com
I can sit out on the back deck and see many planes going to and from
Europe and the Orient as there is a radio beacon in our town for the
At work 24 miles away, we eat lunch at my conference room table and
can see them out the window. Mostly incoming from Europe around noon.
Thanks for the link! I think I can waste entire days just watching the planes
move on the screen :) . I find private planes to be most fascinating to watch -
they move slowly and not that easy to lose track of.
Yeah, it was eirie how quiet everything became. We are 25 miles from
both O'Hare and Midway in Chicago and there is almost always some
noise in the air. But that afternoon after all flights were grounded,
it was like we were in another world.
It was a bit weird even here in Nebraska. The planes are at
altitude when they fly over but I missed the reflections of the planes
and contrails in the evenings.
I don't remember if the ag spray planes were grounded also. They
don't fly much that time of year anyhow.
Here in the U.S., FlightAware.com has the same type of tracking
information, linked to the flight number(s) you are interested in.
And yes, the air traffic around major cities like New York is real dense.
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