I use filghtstats.com. You can check security checkpoint wait times and the delay map works well on my blackberry.
You can configure it to alert someone by sms or email when you take off or land. I’ve been using that to track time-in-air to clients. Works pretty well.
I got interested in pilot-focused weather watching when I met a guy who was studying to get his pilot’s license. He did and bought a couple of planes and was a real student of weather.
By the way, that turbulence over Connecticut that you felt was undoubtedly caused by the gasps of horror released when this year’s bonus checks arrived in Fairfield County. It really caused a disturbance in The Force.
Happy New Year.
Thanks for turbulence info! I use flytecomm.com to track flights.
On a Cape Air Flight (Cessna) from RKD to BOS on Jan 1 all 7 of us hit our heads on the fuselage even though we had our seat belts on! Happy New Year.
Lost My Cookies transposed the “i” and “l” in the link. Try flightstats.com. Works like a charm and is about much more than sponsored links – global flight status, flight tracking, flight alerts, etc.
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