Flight tracking apps collect various information to effectively monitor the flights of aircraft:
Location Data. GPS coordinates of the aircraft, providing real-time tracking of its position.
Flight Path. The route taken by the aircraft, including past and current trajectories.
Altitude and Speed. Information on how high the aircraft is flying and its speed.
Flight Identification. Details like the flight number, type of aircraft, and airline.
Departure and Arrival Times. The scheduled and actual departure and arrival times.
Flight Status. Information on the status of the flight, such as on time, delayed, or canceled.
Weather Conditions. Information about the weather at the departure, arrival locations, and along the route.
Airport Information. Details on the departure and arrival airports, such as terminals and gates.
Air Traffic Data. Information about other flights in the vicinity to avoid collisions and manage air traffic.
Flight Logs. Detailed logs of each flight, including all the above data points, useful for analysis and record-keeping.
Alerts and Notifications. Alerts on any changes or updates regarding the flight status.
Compliance Data. Information relevant to regulatory compliance, such as adherence to specific air routes and altitude restrictions.