New Flight Tracking App

(Photo NATS)

A new flight tracking app Airspace Explorer has been launched by UK air traffic control company NATS. It promises users a new perspective on the skies above Britain, featuring real UK radar data and a unique three-dimensional view. NATS says while most flight tracking apps use a crowd-sourced version of a technology called ADS-B, its Airspace Explorer uses real radar data to track aircraft in UK airspace. This is the same data used by air traffic controllers to safely guide up to 6,500 aircraft through the skies every day. So not only is it very accurate, it also offers excellent coverage and refreshes at a fast rate.

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