FlightAware is the world's largest flight tracking data company and provides over 10,000 aircraft operators and service companies as well as over 12,000,000 passengers with global flight tracking solutions. FlightAware leverages data from air traffic control systems in over 55 countries, from FlightAware's network of ADS-B ground stations in over 140 countries, from Aireon space-based global ADS-B, and using global datalink (satellite/VHF) via every major provider, including ARINC, SITA, Satcom Direct, Garmin, Honeywell GDC, and UVdatalink.
FlightAware's seamless integration of thousands of real-time, worldwide data sources combined with FlightAware's powerful, intuitive, responsive, and reliable web-based interfaces and data feeds yield the most capable and useful flight tracking application and service.
Founded in 2005, FlightAware was the first company to offer free flight tracking services for both private and commercial air traffic and quickly rose to become the most popular flight tracking service.
FlightAware is privately held and has offices in Houston, New York, and Singapore.
FlightAware provides live flight data, airport delays, fuel prices, airline operational tools, weather maps, flight planning, flight routes, oceanic tracks, and navigation charts, as well as aviation news and photos to over ten million users a month via the FlightAware.com web site and mobile apps.
FlightAware also powers operational management and dispatch software, airport flight information displays (FIDS), airport operational tools, third party mobile apps, and provides reporting data to aircraft and airport operators.
Aviation businesses (corporate flight departments, airlines, charter operators, FBOs, aircraft and engine manufacturers, airport operators, government) rely on FlightAware's commercial services division for operational tools, real-time data feeds and applications, historical data reporting, data analysis and analytics, trending, outsourcing of data processing, and finding the answer to tomorrow's aviation optimization and reliability problems.