Find Out Planes Flying Around your area

  zarjazz 12:15 29 Jul 2007

Is there any software were you can find out if there is any planes flying around your home.

  Probabilitydrive 12:21 29 Jul 2007

Yup, the binocular ZX/2000...just jokiong :)

  Technotiger 12:25 29 Jul 2007

Other than sticking you head out of your window, I don't think so! But I am happy to be contradicted.

  mike1967 12:29 29 Jul 2007

There is but I'm pretty sure you will not be able to use it

  Stuartli 12:48 29 Jul 2007

Here's one, but it's US based:

click here

Must be a UK equivalent.

  Stuartli 12:51 29 Jul 2007

Or try an FM radio with coverage extended beyond 108MHz to around 175MHz.

Pilots use the frequencies between around 110 to 135MHz - when they are in contact with flight control, they detail the flight number, airline and destination.

Pilots of small aircraft can also be heard talking to flight control.

  Stuartli 12:52 29 Jul 2007

By the way, why would you want to know?

  zarjazz 13:01 29 Jul 2007

Don't know, would be interesting to find out were there going. Anyway i think that my answer is no. Thanks for help

  Probabilitydrive 13:22 29 Jul 2007

zarjazz, I hope you query was not triggered by you living in a high-rise and you might expect the unexpectable :)

Ahhm, being puzzled; your answer is 'no' refers to what question?

  zarjazz 13:44 29 Jul 2007

I mean no, there isnt any software

  MichelleC 15:10 29 Jul 2007

We're under a helicopter flight path in Kingston and sometimes it drives us potty.

Webtrack is here click here

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