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On My iPhone/Android…FlightView Free - Real-Time Flight Tracker and Airport Delay Status

 
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My wife has been flying a lot on business lately, and Flightview has been very useful in tracking her progress. It is easy to track and receive notification for each separate leg of the journey, automatically send notifications for delayed flights and tracks the flight progress in both graphical and text form. I used it a few weeks ago and it was great to be able to passively track her progress without having to constantly check the app or my email.
 
From the iTunes App Store...

Free Flight tracking app from the leaders in real-time flight information. Track upcoming and in-air flights, and receive status alerts via push notification. Check gate assignments, delays and cancellations and use the attractive flight map to see a flight's progress. Forward your itinerary confirmation emails and FlightView will automatically load them into your Trips. See your Trips across mobile devices and at www.FlightView.com. View a North American airport delay map with radar weather overlay. Wherever life takes you, count on FlightView to help you travel smarter!

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