Welcome to TrackFlight.com, your definitive source for real-time flight tracking information. Whether you're a frequent flyer, a trip planner, or simply picking up a loved one from the airport, our goal is to make your experience easier and more informed. We provide the latest updates on flights worldwide, including real-time progress along the flight route and live location on a map. Additionally, we offer detailed information about departure and arrival airports, aircraft types, and key flight statistics.
At TrackFlight.com, we pride ourselves on our comprehensive coverage. Our platform supports all major airlines around the globe. Whether it's a long-haul international flight or a short domestic hop, you can rely on us for precise and timely information. We constantly update our database to ensure that you have access to the most accurate details about your flight, including its current status, departure and arrival times, gate information, and any relevant changes or delays.
Tracking your flight with TrackFlight.com is a straightforward process. Simply input the flight code or route into our search bar, and you'll get real-time updates on your flight's location and status. Our interactive map will show you the live position of your flight, helping you visualize its progress. For more in-depth details about your flight, we provide secondary information, including data about the departure and arrival airports and the type of aircraft being used. Trust TrackFlight.com to keep you informed every step of the way.
Flight codes come in two main formats: IATA and ICAO. IATA codes are more commonly used by the general public and consist of two-character airline codes followed by one to four-digit flight numbers. For example, BA283 represents a British Airways (BA) flight. On the other hand, ICAO codes are used primarily by air traffic control and airline operations such as routing, and they consist of a four-letter alphanumeric code. For instance, the code for the same British Airways flight in ICAO format would be BAW283. Understanding these formats can make your flight tracking experience on TrackFlight.com more efficient and precise.
|DEPARTURE AIRPORT||ARRIVAL AIRPORT||AIRLINE||IATA||ICAO|
|Heathrow (London)||JFK (New York)||British Airways||BA117||BAW117|
|Narita (Tokyo)||Changi (Singapore)||Japan Airlines||JL36||JAL36|
|Suvarnabhumi (Bangkok)||Zurich (Switzerland)||Thai Airways||TG970||THA970|
|Hamad (Doha)||Schiphol (Amsterdam)||Qatar Airways||QR273||QTR273|
These examples represent the IATA and ICAO codes for different airlines, departing from different airports around the globe. The IATA code combines the two-letter airline code with the flight number, while the ICAO code does the same with a three-letter airline code. This table highlights the difference in code formats between the two systems.