The ADSBexchange.com Custom Image is published by ADSBexchange, but we acknowledge that some users may want to send data to other sites.
When considering which flight tracking services to support with your data, keep the following facts in mind:
ADSBexchange.com is built by aviation enthusiasts, for aviation enthusiasts. ADSBx isn’t a fortune 500 company. We don’t have a company jet. We don’t have a fancy office.
ADSBexchange’s primary goal is not to extract currency and profit from user data. The ADSBexchange.com mission to disrupt the monopoly of for-profit ADS-B tracking services is thanks to the ever growing network of volunteer feeders.
Other flight tracking sites block all sorts of aircraft. This includes aircraft owned by authoritarian regimes, dictators, war criminals, oligarchs, and anyone else who don’t want to be seen. ADSBexchange.com doesn’t believe in blocking aircraft for profit and thus shares all data collected on our global map.
Enabling FlightAware / FlightRadar24 via ADSBexchange.local
If you use the ADSBx image, you can install FlightRadar24 / FlightAware clients via the web interface:
If the link above for your LAN is not working, update the web interface itself via the menu and try again.
Alternative Methods: Command line install over SSH
Alternatively you can install clients for FlightRadar24 and FlightAware via the console, a detailed how-to is provided on github.
FlightRadar24: How-to for installing FlightRadar24 feed client
FlightAware: How-to for installing FlightAware feed client