Michael Moe

747-400F(ERF) routes ?

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Hi,

Is there a website that has the real life routes for Cargo flights ? Flight-aware seems only to show regular passenger routes

Flightradar24 maybe but that is only progressing?

Thanks

 

Michael Moe 

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Michael,

I know of ASL Airlines (TNT Cargo), CAL Cargo Airlines, Cargolux, Martinair Cargo, Atlas Air, UPS. For most part, finding 744F flights is quite easy (for these airlines).

ASL Airlines (TNT Cargo) flies daily between KJFK and EBLG (Liege) + many others. http://www.aslairlines.be/

CAL Cargo flies to KFJK, EBLG, LLBG,LCLK and other interesting destinations. http://www.cal-cargo.com/flights

Cargolux is a major global player. http://www.cargolux.com/network-offices/network-offices

Martinair Cargo is another major global player.  http://www.martinair.com/martinaircargo/

Centurion Air Cargo http://www.centurioncargo.com/en/time-table.php

Atlas Air http://www.atlasair.com/holdings/index.asp

UPS - you need to check their website and track their fleet.

Cheers,

 

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3 hours ago, Michael Moe said:

Flight-aware seems only to show regular passenger routes

Freighters are on FlightAware. Go this page - http://flightaware.com/. On left side click on Live Flight Tracking. From the drop down menu click browse by operator. In the Track Airlines/Operators enter three character code for the airline such as UPS, FDX, GTI, PAC, CLX, etc. Click View Airborne Flights. On the map that appears click the airplane icon and you will have all the info on that flight on the next page that comes up.

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flightaware.com/live/aircrafttype/b744

That will show all 747-400s of all varieties currently airborne (minus the LCF which has code BLCF instead of b744). The ICAO code for all varieties of 747-400 (F, ERF, M, etc.) is simply B744 and FlightAware uses the ICAO codes.

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