Do you know how to track down an aircraft?
The storyline goes: evil villain rushes to board a private jet before flying off into the sunset leaving the authorities behind never to be seen again. While this scenario may play out in Hollywood, in reality, it’s possible to track down the owner and its precise location – on the ground or in the air.
Online flight trackers and civil aircraft registries are used during investigations when trying to determine where an individual has been, their current location and if they own a stake in a light aircraft or corporate jet that might be attached for litigation purposes.
If you have the registration number of the plane you’re looking for, the following online flight trackers can help you determine its current and previous locations:
Although this can be a bit trickier, depending on where the plane is registered and the information available, you may be in luck. Below is a potential work-around:
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