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Flight Tracker

Real-Time Flight Status
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Track your flight

Check real-time information of thousands of flights all over the world using the live flight tracker. Find out your flight's status, check departure and arrival gates, and track the current position of any flight on our live interactive map. Enter the info for your flight, route, or airport to track your flight.

Flight & Airport Status

Real-time Flight Info & Airport Delays
Departure Date
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Departure Date
18
October
Monday

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Date
18
October
Monday

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12 PM - 03 PM
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Airport status is only available for US airports

FAA Status: Normal
No destination-specific delays are being reported at N/A Airport (N/A)
General Departure Delays: Traffic is experiencing gate hold and taxi delays 15 minutes or less
General Arrival Delays: Arrival traffic is experiencing airborne delays 15 minutes or less

Track flights by airline

Want to refine your search by airline? Choose your favorite airline from the popular ones below to see the status and information of all flights arriving or departing there. Online check-in information as well as baggage rules and fees are also provided for each airline.

American Airlines

American Airlines (AA) is the largest commercial airline in the world and one of the founding members of the Oneworld alliance. An average of more than 500,000 passengers fly on American Airlines flights daily. AA operates in 55 countries stretching to five continents, and has a network of 95 international and 95 domestic destinations. The airline has 10 hubs, with the largest one being Dallas/Fort Worth. Use the American Airlines flight tracker to track this airline's flight.

United Airlines

United Airlines is the third largest commercial airline in the world. The Star Alliance member has a route system that stretches to 48 countries across five continents, with a total of 118 international destinations. Africa will become part of United Airlines fly-zone once again in spring 2021. Domestically, United operates in 238 destinations. The airline operates 8 hubs, with the largest one in Chicago. The United Airlines flight tracker will provide you live information specific to the flights of this airline.

Delta Airlines

Being one of the founding members of the SkyTeam alliance, Delta Air Lines is the second-largest airline in the world. Delta flies over 325 destinations worldwide, serving in 52 countries on six continents. They're the only company that operates flights in Copenhagen, Lagos, Stuttgart, and Dakar. The airline has 9 hubs located all over the US, with the largest one being in Atlanta. Want to track your Delta Airlines flight?

JetBlue Airways

JetBlue Airways is the seventh-largest airline in North America in terms of passengers carried. This low-cost carrier has a large network of 100 domestic and international destinations. Most of these are centered around the United States and the Caribbean. It also operates in a smaller number of destinations in Central and South America. It was one of the first airlines to be granted a license to fly to Cuba in 2015. It isn't part of any major airline alliances but has codeshare agreements with 21 airlines. Track your Jetblue flights using the JetBlue Airways flight tracker.

Southwest Airlines

Southwest Airlines is currently the world's largest low-cost carrier. Southwest operates in the United States as well as 10 other countries, flying to 105 destinations. Being one of the major American airlines, it carried the most domestic passengers in the States in 2018. The airline focuses on a point-to-point system and doesn't use the hub and spoke system of major airlines. All your Southwest flights can be tracked using the Southwest Airlines flight tracker.

Maps, Airlines & Amenities

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Airport Terminal Maps
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Airport Terminals & Concourses
Airline Information
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About the Flight Tracker

In this day and age when the global community is so directly interconnected, it only makes sense to use the best technology available to keep travelers informed with everything they need to know about their flights. To ensure this, we provide a live flight tracking system that gives you real-time updates on where the flight is at any moment. The flight tracker gives you the power to track a flights' status, see their arrival and departure times, check the gates associated with the flights, and get the live position of your tracked flight on our interactive map.

You won't need to be rushing to the airport prematurely, or worse yet, be late after making your friends wait in the lounge. You'll also avoid the hassle of locating your flight at the airport and looking at different gate monitors to find where you're supposed to go. Additionally, you'll save yourself from the frustration of unnecessary waiting at the airport in case your flight is canceled.

How it works

The flight tracker uses advanced GPS technology and ADS-B receivers and satellites stationed worldwide, making it possible to track flights and their arrival or departure times in real-time. This easy-to-use feature only requires you to provide your flight number, date of departure, or the route to track the location, status, and timing of every flight.

But the ADS-B receivers aren't the only thing that iFly depends on. There are certain areas around the globe, such as the airspace above the ocean, where it is impossible to add physical ADS-B receivers for tracking purposes. So, to overcome those blind spots, a satellite acts as the ADS-B receiver and helps pinpoint the locality of the airplanes.

The GPS data is recorded by different receivers and satellites set in place all across the country and the global destinations. This data is transmitted to the relevant airline's headquarters, as well as aviation authorities, where it is sorted and updated to the flight tracking system on the web. This allows you to get accurate, up-to-date, and reliable information directly from the source.

Most airlines (like Delta, United, Southwest, British Airways, etc), use slightly different criteria for "arrival" vs "departure", vs what the airport might report, or the civil aviation authority (i.e. the FAA). Is the aircraft at the gate, or is it actually taxiing? This is why the live flight tracker aggregates the flight status information from multiple sources, helping to ensure the accuracy of a flight tracked in real-time.

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