Flightradar24 Findings


#5346

With the 787 engine issues, yes they have to use that.


#5347

This is probably wet-leased to LOT.


#5348

@KPIT look what I found:


#5349

@Delta319 Yep, we got upgraded this time, we had a 757 last year…


#5350


That is phoenix U15


#5351

Found a Janet 737-600 climbing out of Vagas! It’s probably going to the Area 51 Airport.


#5352

Just Another Non-Existent Terminal! 😉


#5353

Yes! Also remember: Joint Air Network for Employee Transportation! ;)


#5354


You in the wrong hood player.


#5355

Found an internet balloon.



#5356

Hmmm… Why are they over New Mexico?

I usually only see them over the Caribbean, South America, or Africa


#5357

Looks a little big for this flight…

Seems to have been coming from Tokyo, was there bad weather in Washington? Because there is another flight going to Baltimore on the ground at KPIT right now…


#5358

I go onto Flightradar24 to check in. As I am a Southwest Airlines fan, I see a Southwest aircraft flying pretty low so I assumed it just departed Baltimore for Islip or Albany. When I touched it to see it’s destination, I found that it is in a holding pattern just outside Philadelphia (KPHL). I find this to be pretty odd as the aircraft is rapidly descending. Does anyone know any information about WN788?imageimage


#5359

According to Southwest Airlines flight tracker, the flight has been cancelled. Most likely had an emergency happening onboard or a fault with the aircraft @Plane-Train-TV


#5360

Theres a big line of storms to the west that may have something to do with it.
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#5361

I have guess that it had a aircraft problem. They are letting other flights continue west so I ruled out weather


#5362

Good point. I didnt see anything on their twitter of people complaining. Nice find.


#5363

Could someone maybe explain this to me better? Southwest doesn’t fly to Traverse City at all…


#5364

Probably a charter flight


#5365

Does southwest charter?