AirNav Systems Announces the Release of RadarBox24 iPhone and iPad App

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AirNav Systems, the developer of, is announcing the release of its first iPhone and iPad app – RadarBox24 Pro. Developed in cooperation with airline pilots, a Phone can now be converted into a real flight radar displaying real-time data received directly from aircraft transponders worldwide.

RadarBox24 Pro - flight data comes directly from aircraft transponders

RadarBox24 Pro - flight data comes directly from aircraft transponders

RadarBox24 iPhone and iPad app released. The first flight tracking app developed in cooperation with airline pilots.

AirNav Systems (, the world's most trusted and accepted provider of real-time global flight tracking solutions and the owner
of the only existing global ADS-B flight tracking network, is announcing the release of its first iOS app – RadarBox24.

This app turns a Phone into a Flight Radar displaying Real-Time flights around the world. The app follows the success of, the free worldwide flight tracking website with now over 200 thousands visits per month.

RadarBox24 is the first Live Air Traffic app developed in cooperation with Airline Pilots says Andre Brandao, CEO of AirNav Systems.

Data comes in real-time from the Aircraft Transponder and is shown on a mobile phone or tablet using a network of thousands of AirNav RadarBox Mode-S / ADS-B receivers deployed in over 100 countries.

iTunes app page:

Why RadarBox24:

  • Real-time flight data directly from the aircraft transponder to a mobile phone or tablet;
  • Designed by professional airline pilots;
  • SkyView: point a phone to the sky to identify a flight;
  • Continuous network growth; thanks to new RadarBox receivers being deployed daily all over the world;
  • Full search functionality: search for a flight, city or airport;
  • Position estimates over remote oceanic areas;
  • Possibility of saving favorite locations;
  • Aircraft photos;
  • Real-time departure/arrival ticker;
  • Nearby flights;
  • Detailed data source information.

How does RadarBox24 work?

Every RadarBox receiver is designed to share real-time flight data to AirNav Systems servers. Data comes from thousands receivers located all over the world and is processed on AirNav Systems central servers at an amazing rate of over 20 million messages per day. This data is then used in several aviation solutions (airlines, airports and airspace companies), but also aviation enthusiasts. RadarBox24 allows access this data in web browsers and mobile solutions.

Coverage: Data comes in real-time from RadarBox and other mode-s receivers from all over the world.

US data data comes not only from ADS-B receivers but also from a direct link to FAA radar stations. 90% of Europe is covered in addition to hundreds of locations in other continents.

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iTunes RadarBox24 app:
Email: support(at)radarbox24(dot)com.

More on AirNav RadarBox ADS-B receivers:

About RadarBox:

AirNav RadarBox is the world's best-selling and most advanced Real Time ADS-B receiver. It was designed by professional pilots and is the first and only ADS-B receiver with a presence in space. By decoding ADS-B (Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast) radar signals, users are able to see what real Air Traffic Controllers see on their computer screens in Real-Time. Flight number, aircraft type, altitude, heading, speed are all updated each second. Included is the award winning Windows software interface developed by the world's leader in flight tracking and monitoring solutions, AirNav Systems.

About AirNav Systems:

Headquartered in San Diego, CA, AirNav Systems has been developing software and hardware solutions for the aviation world since 1996. AirNav Systems offers a complete set of flight tracking and monitoring tools for all kinds of users, from Airlines and Airports to Aviation Enthusiasts. Always with high quality standards and innovative features not found in any other similar programs, AirNav Systems products have been reviewed in more than 100 magazines,
newspapers and on TVs and Radio worldwide.

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Andre Brandao
AirNav Systems
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