the Aviation world wakes up ..slowly

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This topic contains 7 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by  Potakas 20 Apr 2010
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  • Anonymous

    Legroomneeded
    Participant

    Really interesting site lets you see where the planes have began flying .
    Click on the Chosen Aircraft to get the information, Air Berlin and Lufthansa seem to be the most common so far in Europe.
    http://flightradar24.com/


    VintageKrug
    Participant

    Ahem…

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    VintageKrug – 15/04/2010 17:16 GMT

    This site shows the wider European picture; Belgium and the Netherlands look shut down as well now:

    http://www.flightradar24.com/
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    So good it was posted twice!


    Potakas
    Participant

    VK do you know this site?

    http://www.heathrowcam.net/liveradar.php

    hahahahaha 🙂


    Legroomneeded
    Participant

    I didn’t see you had posted it but great minds think alike.
    Nevertheless it is still very interesting, although i hadn’t known about this before .
    Hopefully you haven’t been too badly affected by the firework display in Iceland 🙂


    VintageKrug
    Participant

    LOL to Potakas and legroomneeded 😉

    Looks like this will rumble on for several weeks, give or take. Particularly if the unpronounceable’s bigger brother gets on on the act.

    So I have ensured that for all my European travel, I do not embark on a trip without a confirmed seat on a Eurostar to get me back if needed.


    Legroomneeded
    Participant

    I have a rare holiday to Turkey booked for May 7th , i was laughing on friday at the farce that is Air travel, but the smile is getting slowly wiped off my face . its feasible i will be stuck in the uk even though its not for 2-3 weeks.
    The eurostar seat is a good call i read today that Hertz and Avis have been caught charging £900 for a two day car hire, something that they denied , thats shocking.


    Potakas
    Participant

    If you look now at http://flightradar24.com/ you will see probably the first BA flight in the air after many days, it’s a 747

    From : Buenos Aires, Ezeiza (EZE)
    Via: Sao Paulo, Guarulhos (GRU)
    To: London, Heathrow (LHR)

    now is crossing Grand Canaria.

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