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Have you ever looked up at the sky and thought, “Whoa, that plane is LOW!” Did it make you wonder who it was and where they were going?  Guess what! There’s a way to find out, immediately.

Plane Finder has a worldwide network of data feeds, antennas and radars that receive data. These broadcast directly from aircraft for flight tracking. The primary technologies used are ADS-B and MLAT.

PlaneFinder also shows feeds from the FAA and a FLARM glider feed.

We know that this website and Plane Finder flight tracking apps are used by a huge range of people including aviation professionals such as pilots and ground crew, by plane spotters and aviation enthusiasts, and by anyone who just wants to track a friend or is curious about the planes overhead.

But how does it work?

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