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Old 01-22-2016, 03:23 PM   #15
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And you can zoom in on an airport and actually see the planes landing, taking off, and moving around on the airport!

I find that the large commercial planes usually take off and land at about 150 MPH. I didn't know it would be that slow!
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Go to liveatc.net and you can listen to the radio transmissions between the tower and the aircraft.
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Add this to the list. skyvector.com Click on Layers and you can see real time weather, icing, instrument conditions, winds aloft, etc, etc. There is a flight planner too. Now you can watch the planes and see what their weather and head/tail winds are too. I suggest using World VFR as the maps are complete worldwide that way. The "white charts" are for instrument flight planning, they are the highways in the sky that the airlines fly, World High is nice as it's complete but not as detailed as the Enroutes. The World low is for smaller aircraft flying lower altitude Instrument flights.
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