Casper is an IT company that specializes in tracking an aeroplane in real time
A simple and user-friendly online radar CasperFlights allows you to track the movement of the aeroplane in the sky to both commercial organizations and common users. The service is organized by private innovative IT-company Casper and provides its customers with up-to-date and reliable data in the most convenient form.
Products developed by Casper are continually being improved following the wishes of users. The intuitive, multi-language interface of the online radar makes it possible to use it to representatives from different countries.
The website CasperFlights supports five languages:
The service is in demand in Europe and has the support of leading representatives of the Dutch aviation industry: KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, and Delft Technical University. Assistance is provided through the MIF, which holds a controlling interest in Casper.
The features of the Casper flights website
Casper Flights controls several European airports, including Schiphol, Gatwick, and Frankfurt.
To begin tracking flights, you need to click on the chosen airport on the online map. A separate page will be opened, displaying the complete package of airport data and an online map showing the tracked aeroplane.
If the user hovers over the vessel image, they can find out such information as:
When clicking on the board image, it will appear more detailed information on:
On the menu section, on of the left, the user can select the time and date to view the air traffic during this period. Also, the panel displays the weather at the selected airport, the number of the aeroplane arriving or departing from it, the list of flights visible on the screen at the moment.
Coverage of the Casper flight tracker
The online radar can track the movement of the aeroplanes between 17 European cities:
- Manchester, England
- London, England
- Birmingham, England
- Hamburg, Germany
- Frankfurt, Germany
- Dusseldorf, Germany
- Berlin, Germany
- Leipzig, Germany
- Hannover, Germany
- Amsterdam, The Netherlands
- Metz, France
- Bordeau, France
- Ostrava, The Czech Republic
- Dublin, Ireland
- Zürich, Switzerland
- Billund, Denmark
- Vienna, Austria
CasperFlights controls over 6,000 aeroplanes, which belong to 96 airlines. The online service is the most popular in the Netherlands, Germany, and Belgium.
The history of Casperflights
The Casper flight tracker was created by a group of IT professionals who develop tools for monitoring and analyzing the location in real time.
The founders of the CasperFlights are sure that an organic combination of economic, social, and environmental criteria will lead to a result that satisfies all parties which interested in the developing of the radar and its use. The mission of the developers of Casper’s service is the creation of modern software products and services that facilitate the unhindered exchange of data concerning the movement of air transport.
Services in the free version of Casper flights
Customers of the service can use all of its functionality for free. The developers chose this approach for the most effective transmission of useful and up-to-date data which is necessary for tracking aeroplane in real time.