Live Flight Radar
Miami International Airport (MIA)
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How does the Miami International Airport flight radar on flightradar.live work?
Here are a few tips on how you can start tracking flights using the map of Miami International Airport as shown above.
You see a section of the airspace in the form of a map, the flight radar. Here at flightradar.live a section of Europe or an airport is shown. This of course depends on which page you have just selected. Miami International Airport (MIA) is currently being shown to you on this page. To obtain a larger view of the flight radar, use the ‘ + ’ or respectively the ‘ - ’ symbol to adjust the view.
You want to move to the airspace above Miami International Airport? Then simply click and hold down the mouse button and you drag the map. The Flight radar adjusts itself according to your wishes. Viewing the flight tracker on flightradar.live from your mobile phone? Use two fingers if you would like to drag the map. Zooming in and out is very simple. Make sure you don’t hold your fingers too close to one another otherwise the whole page may be moved.
What flight information is shown on the Miami International Airport flight radar?
Would you like to track a flight or locate a specific aircraft at Miami International Airport? Point the mouse to a yellow aircraft and the flight number is displayed. When you click on the aircraft, a menu opens on the left of the flight radar. At the top, a picture of the aircraft type is displayed. By clicking once on the picture, the aircraft is viewed in full screen mode. Sometimes several pictures of the same aircraft are available. You find the aircraft identifier and the airline below the picture.
Information shown in the grey area is also interesting for tracking flights using the Miami International Airport flight radar. Information about the flight route, the departure and arrival times, as well as the current flight status are located there. Additional data relating to the flight altitude, airspeed and about the flight radar are also found there. The longitudinal and latitudinal lines are shown right at the bottom.