AirNav Systems - RadarBox24.com Releases Eastern Ukraine Airspace Screen Shot at Time of MAS17 Accident

RadarBox24.com ( http://www.radarbox24.com ) releases a screen shot made with real-time ADS-B (aircraft transponder) data of the Eastern Ukrainian Airspace at the time of the Malaysian Airlines 17 crash.

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Eastern Ukranian Airspace at the time of Malaysian Airlines MAS17 flight accident

Eastern Ukranian Airspace at the time of Malaysian Airlines MAS17 flight accident

Tampa, FL (PRWEB) July 22, 2014

A lot of speculation has been seen on the media and on social networks regarding which companies were flying on the same airspace of Malaysia Airlines flight 17.

As an independent provider of real-time and historical ADS-B flight data solutions and with thousands of ADS-B receivers deployed all over the world, RadarBox24.com can disclose a screen shot showing the airspace in Eastern Ukraine at the time of the crash.

We can easily identify the following flights:

  • Malaysian Airlines: MAS17 - B772 - 9M-MRD - Amsterdam -> Kuala Lumpur
  • Singapore Airlines: SIA351 - B772 - 9V-SVI - Copenhagen -> Singapore
  • Singapore Airlines: SIA333 - A388 - 9V-SKS - Paris CDG -> Singapore
  • Austrian Airlines: AUA660 - F70 - OE-LFI -> Rostov-Vienna
  • Eva Airways: EVA88 - B77W - B-16713 -> Paris CDG - Taipei
  • Aeroflot: AFL2074 - A320 - VQ-BBB - Moscow -> Larnaca
On a route slightly south of where the accident happened:
  • Jet Airways: JAI118 - B77W - VT-JEH - Bombay -> London Heathrow
  • Virgin Atlantic: VIR301 - A333 - G-VRAY - Delhi -> London Heathrow
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