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WebTrak Flight Tracking

WebTrak Flight Tracking

Welcome to WebTrak, John F. Kennedy Intl, LaGuardia, Newark Liberty Intl and Teterboro Airport’s Internet flight tracking system. This system allows you to watch the movement of flights and air traffic patterns within the specific airport’s region. If you are a first time user, please take a moment to read the information below, to familiarize yourself with what WebTrak does, and how it works. If you choose to bypass this page by using one of the links above, you can always access the help page on WebTrak.

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Using WebTrak you can track the flight activity in to and out of The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, along with information about each aircraft including flight number, altitude, air speed and more.


A Word about Radar

Aircraft tracking radar, and the software that supports it, while highly reliable, is also complex. Sometimes circumstances can interfere with the signal, causing temporary distortions. For example, you will probably notice that an aircraft flying directly over airport may temporarily disappear from the screen and then reappear away from the airport. This is due to the aircraft passing directly over the radar antenna and the temporary loss of signal. You may also notice aircraft icons sometimes “dropping off” and/or suddenly doing unusual things. These “ghost” aircraft are due to radar reflections from the high-rise buildings around the airport, and possibly from terrain and meteorological conditions farther away from airport.


System Requirement / Information

  1. WebTrak is designed to run on any computer that supports Java Applets and JavaScript.
  2. A reasonable amount of memory is necessary. A minimum 64 MB of RAM is recommended.
  3. WebTrak runs best in Netscape or Internet Explorer version 3.0 and higher. JavaScript and Java must be enabled in your browser.
  4. WebTrak may take some time to load and begin playing, depending on the speed of your communication link and computer processor. The performance of WebTrak will be adversely affected by slow or intermittent Internet connections.
  5. WebTrak is a resource intensive application that is best run without any other applications open at the same time.
  6. The optimal screen resolution for viewing this site is 1024 x 768

Liability Statement

THIS WEB PAGE AND THE FLIGHT TRACKING INFORMATION IS A PUBLIC RESOURCE OF GENERAL INFORMATION. THE USE OF THIS SITE IS FOR ILLUSTRATIVE PURPOSES ONLY. THE AVIATION DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL MAKES NO WARRANTY, REPRESENTATION OR GUARANTEE AS TO THE CONTENT, SEQUENCE, ACCURACY, TIMELINESS OR COMPLETENESS OF ANY OF THE DATABASE INFORMATION PROVIDED HEREIN. THE USER OF THIS SITE SHOULD NOT RELY ON THE DATA PROVIDED HEREIN FOR ANY REASON. THE AVIATION DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL EXPLICITLY DISCLAIMS ANY WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THE AVIATION DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL SHALL ASSUME NO LIABILITY FOR:

  1. ANY ERRORS, OMISSIONS, OR INACCURACIES IN THE INFORMATION PROVIDED REGARDLESS OF HOW CAUSED; OR
  2. ANY DECISION MADE OR ACTION TAKEN OR NOT TAKEN BY THE USER OF THIS SITE IN RELIANCE UPON THE INFORMATION OR DATA FURNISHED

WebTrak is Powered by Bruel & Kjaer and Sponsored by Aviation Development Council