In partnership with FlightAware, stream live global traffic from your home, hangar, or FBO to see what’s going on overhead. Internet Traffic is included in all ForeFlight subscription plans.
Your Window to Busy Skies
Internet Traffic in ForeFlight hooks you into FlightAware’s global traffic coverage, allowing you to view airborne and ground traffic all over the world any time you have an internet connection on the ground. Use it to plan your next flight more intelligently by gauging airport activity like active arrivals and runways. See how ATC is vectoring traffic around active weather systems and plan accordingly. Or take a tour of distant skies right from your couch.
Watch the video
Internet Traffic provides live coverage all over the world, using sources like ADS-B, multilateration (MLAT), ASDE-X, and more to provide the most complete view of traffic possible.
FlightAware’s traffic feed even provides estimated positions of aircraft that are beyond the reach of standard detection methods, such as oceanic flights, using the aircraft’s filed flight plan and departure time to calculate its current position.
Air & Ground Traffic
View both airborne and ground traffic to get a more complete picture of activity around any airport environment. ForeFlight interpolates the distinct position reports for airborne traffic to smoothly animate them on the map, and displays tail number or callsign information for both types of traffic when available. Ground traffic fades into view alongside ForeFlight’s embedded airport diagrams, reducing clutter and providing helpful context.
Learn More with Scheduled Flight Search
ForeFlight’s Scheduled Flight Search feature is a great complement to Internet Traffic, allowing you to see the filed flight plan for most U.S. traffic targets. Just enter the aircraft’s tail number or call sign into ForeFlight’s Search box and tap Scheduled Flights to view a list of all active or upcoming flight plans filed for that aircraft, and tap the top result to load the flight plan on the map.
Ready for Inflight Wi-Fi
Connect to a Gogo or Satcom Direct inflight Wi-Fi network to continue viewing Internet Traffic in the air. Normally disabled after takeoff to avoid the risk of a bad connection, Internet Traffic will re-enable after connecting to one of these reliable networks, allowing you to reference it to better anticipate vectors from ATC and see what arrivals are in use at your destination.