Well, as many (readers?) know, I am a retired air Traffic Controller. 35 years. Believe it, all of those have no chance of colliding. It happens, various reasons but, I boast, rarely the fault of ATC.
Anyway. cut to the chase. It is, naturally, in my blood. Whenever anyone of my acquaintance, or in my family.goes on holiday, I track the whole trip. None of that mysterious MH stuff for me.
fwiw. There are many such programs now on the web. They don't, particularly, need Googlearth
The link works, on Edge, IE and Chrome. It is the 3D tab, visible when you track a flight, which provides you with some kind of 'real-time' cockpit view or side - or back view from the plane. It uses the Google Earth plug-in. In previous versions it worked, not flawlessly, but in a way. Now in W10 it looks like that plug-in is useless. In my opinion is it on Google to repair it. So no big deal.
And I love to hear a better site....
Bye for now,
Added: I just remember that you need Java for that option.....
Well, I updated a laptop and tested this again.
- Edge: flightradar ok, 3D/cockpit view not working
- IE 11: flightradar ok, 3D/cockpi tview ok (GEplugin survived from upgrading W7)
- Chrome: flightradar ok, 3D/cockpit view wants me to download Google Earth plugin, which is not supported by W10