Learn planefagging here. Post your questions and get answers.
We will do our best to coach anyone who sincerely wants to learn how to track planes and interpret their movements.
This is no substitute for Planefagging 101
that's no longer easy to access, having been archived on the QResearch board.
We monitor the skies using crowd-sourced websites that geolocate planes the transmit their positions using ADSB digital transponders.
Often, we don't know in advance whether our observations will turn out to be fruitful and link to real-time events, or not. So we are into archiving.
We also study resources that can be used when a plane crash occurs, to determine the owner, pilot, type of plane, passengers, accident investigation details, etc.
There's nothing more thrilling than a call of "Planefags Scramble" when something important has been spotted!
So, buckle up and jump aboard!