Sunday, May 12, 2013

Fun Plane Tracking Site

I often watch the planes flying way up in the sky and wonder who is in them and where they're going. People from places I've never seen heading to places I might never have been. What's going on in the cabin of that plane right now?

I still can't find out what's going on in the cabin, but thanks to Tom Sebourn for posting this link to a new airplane tracking site I can find out where the plane came from and where it's going.

You click on the plane and a small box pops up giving the flight designation, where it took off and its destination, its altitude and a bunch of other stuff. They sometimes include a photo of the plane, although I don't know if it's the actual plane itself or just the same type of plane.

I've been playing a game since I bookmarked it, trying to guess the point of departure and destination of planes without clicking on their icon. Got one half right this morning. Flight CX97 was indeed going to Anchorage, Alaska but I figured it left from San Francisco. It had actually departed from Los Angeles.

Fun stuff.


At 9:24 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Henchman Of Justice" says,

often, while playing with lasers, HOJ has a beam hit the skyline wondering if a federal crime has been committed. Government makes laws meant for "severe criminals", but makes sure to ensure that "bottom feeders" who commit simple errors of judgement are casted and typed as a "terrorist".

"Terrorist" is gonna be like that drop down box version of bulleted definitons where when it is all said and done, it will be a "scroll in a roll". - HOJ

At 2:27 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Next we'll have a website tracking everyone in petrolia, won't that be fun?

At 12:48 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It will be interesting to see if the chemtrail/geo engineering planes show up here.


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