Flightradar24 Findings


#4250

www.liveatc.net

Could hear everything. Some pretty funny interactions between approach, tower and ground with the pilot and co-pilot. Just click the links I provided and you be able to listen to the recording.


#4251

I was actually watching 6abc (Local News Station) and saw the plane land live on TV. FlightRadar24 is pretty accurate.


#4252

Tower: “Brickyard 4663 Philly Tower winds 320 @ 13 gusts 18, runway 27R clear to land, caution wake turbulence [unknown] A330 and the World Champions”


#4253

well isn’t this an interesting reg


#4254

a330-200 RAF flight testing a shady looking flight out towards the desert ;) and the Janet flight 737-600 cool spots I thought


#4255

PR113

diverted to Guam

on its way to Manila from Los Angeles?


#4256

Luckily the flight should still arrive on time in Manila. Maybe even ahead of schedule. Amazing!


#4257

VasAvaiation made a video of the Eagles landing! :D


#4258

There are so many things wrong with this


P.S.- The vertical speed is -3600fpm


#4259

Yeah I was going to show that too.


#4260


MD87 crossing the Atlantic (probably…)


#4261

I don’t get it. Is it because Guam is directly between LA and Manila?


#4262

Yes it is, but it was an unscheduled diversion.


#4263

Wow! Never seen that before.


#4264

Same, I’ve absolutely never seen an airliner doing patterns.


#4265

Wow that’s an old livery 😂😂


#4266

PR113 is two scheduled flights, one is GUM-MNL and the other is LAX-GUM. No diversion, just a normal flight. Flightradar probably got confused between the two. They do MNL-LAX-GUM-MNL. But for some reason, when searching Los Angeles to Manila flights, it shows PR113 as a non stop flight. It looks like the sometimes do LAX-MNL via GUM, other times non stop. Even with the stop in GUM, the flight times are very similar.


#4267

What the hell a 787-9 From Madrid to London?


#4268

If I had to guess they are probably training pilots on that type of aircraft


#4269

Iberia uses an a346 sometimes so I’m not surprised