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Yesterday was the busiest day of the year in the skies so far and our busiest day ever. 202,157 flights tracked! The first time we've tracked more than 200,000 flights in a single day on
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Flightradar24 30 Jun 18
Replying to @flightradar24
A huge thank you to everyone sharing data with the Flightradar24 network for making this possible! If you’d like to help increase coverage and get a free Business subscription check out
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Flightradar24 30 Jun 18
Replying to @flightradar24
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Brian Sirgutz 1 Jul 18
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Can you quantify how much carbon was released in the atmosphere from all these flights? I’m sure based on plane size, flight path, speed you can calculate so people can be aware of their impact on the environment?
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Flightradar24 1 Jul 18
Replying to @sirgutz
Hi Brian, we don't have that information, but if you're looking for a general methodology, ICAO offers a calculator for per passenger emissions at
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Jakufu Jakufu 3 Jul 18
Replying to @flightradar24
Do you have information on MH370? Where did you last track it?
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Flightradar24 3 Jul 18
Replying to @jacouf
Our data related to MH370 may be found at
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Alejandro 30 Jun 18
Replying to @flightradar24
Just to be curious, what time zone do you use to determine this type of statistic? Do you mean "yesterday" as in June 29 from 0 to 24 hours UTC?
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Flightradar24 30 Jun 18
Replying to @alejandromesias
Correct. All dates are measured in UTC.
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Dr Robin George Andrews 🌋 3 Sep 18
Replying to @flightradar24
Hey - thanks for sharing the data. Just wondering: has the peak of July 13 of 205,468 flights been topped yet, as your blog entry predicts?
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Flightradar24 3 Sep 18
Replying to @SquigglyVolcano
Hello, yes, a new peak was reached 19 July: 209,752 flights.
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