With the free flight radar on this page you can turn any device into an Easyjet flight tracker in seconds. To track an Easyjet flight you just have follow the steps below:
- Make sure you have the flight number of the flight you want to track at hand;
- Click on the radar screen to start the flight radar;
- In the top right corner click on the flightradar24 logo (this will open advanced mode);
- Click on the search box and type in the flight number of the easyjet flight you want to track;
- A drop down list will appear showing all flights related to your search query. Click on the one you want to track;
- The radar will now automatically start tracking the selected airplane and provide you with real time information about the flight.
The technology behind the Easyjet Flight Tracker
EasyJet offers a very convenient live tracking system that receives its data from a network of over 10,000 ADS-B (Automatic Dependent Surveillance – Broadcast) receivers. These are hosted by private individuals and companies throughout the world. Various servers receive gathered data in order to enable the precise tracking of aircraft locations throughout the world.
ADS-B is a fairly new technology that uses an on-board satellite navigation system. It intermittently transmits an aircraft’s location, ground speed, altitude and velocity to other planes in proximity and air traffic control. This technology proves to be more accurate than traditional radar and greatly enhances the performance of flight tracking. Another benefit is that it’s able to show flight positions in real time. Working through the on-board GPS, the aircraft’s location is transmitted, via a radio signal, to receivers on the ground.
EasyJet flight tracker – An award winning app
In 2015 the award winning EasyJet flight tracker app was made significantly better by adding aircraft tracking making use of ADS-B technology when they collaborated with Flightradar24 which serves at least 1.5 million unique users per day. This partnership enabled EasyJet to develop a feature into their app which gives information on the exact whereabouts of flights. As this information is available 3 hours before flying, you can imagine it greatly enhances customer experience.
Multilateration (MLAT) can track aircraft positions without ADS-B on board. It does so by merging schedule and flight status information obtained by airlines and airports. This relatively new technological feature enhances easyJet’s reputation for customer service and as Europe’s leading airline.
An award winning service that connects Europe at great value and customer service, easyJet carries 68 million passengers a year and things look to only be on the up with plans well underway to expand its fleet. EasyJet’s continued use of technology such as the use of ADS-B tracking will no doubt serve to enhance customer service for many years to come.
Note: The EasyJet flight tracker is free to use and works on any smart device.
Based in London’s Luton Airport, easyJet has seen an impressive expansion since its relatively humble beginnings back in 1995. The low-cost airline has 28 bases spread out across Europe and along with associated easyJet Switzerland, flies a fleet of over 200 aircraft. During 2014 the airline’s fleet carried a staggering 65 million passengers from all corners of Europe branding it the largest European airline.
- Easyjet’s fleet currently exists primarily out of the Airbus A319-100 and Airbus A320-200;
- These aircraft can respectively carry up to 156 and 180 passengers.
Its scheduled services boast more than 820 routes throughout more than 30 countries from places as varied as nearby Scotland to Amsterdam to Sicily to Morocco, and a host of other countries and cities on the continent and beyond. From the Canaries out in the Atlantic to Cyprus way out in the far reaches of the Mediterranean, easyJet are transporting passengers daily from one side of Europe to the other.
As a matter of fact, it was Greek Cypriot Stelios Haji-Ioannou who started the enterprise back in 1995. The airline started out with 2 leased Boeing 737-200 at which time it only served 2 routes from Luton to Glasgow and Edinburgh. By 1998 Easyjet had bought a substantial stake in Swiss airline TAE Basle which was consequently renamed easyJet Switzerland. This resulted in the airline’s beginning to operate outside the UK with a base in Geneva, Switzerland.
An expanding fleet
The primary aircraft in Easyjet’s fleet is the twin engined Airbus A319-100, they are the world’s largest operator of this aircraft. Between 2017 and on into 2022 there are further plans for expansion with 2 new additions to the fleet. The next years EasyJet will add to their fleet with the Airbus A320neo and A321neo. Planes that can respectively carry 186 and 235 passengers. This expanded fleet will undoubtedly serve to enhance customer experience even further. Rest assured though, EasyJet will keep safety at the core of their business no matter the level of expanse.