drseti wrote:Warmi wrote:Does anyone what does it take to have your plane show up on sites like FlightRadar24 etc ?
I use FlightAware, and have registered my plane to my account. When I log in, I can retrieve the ground track of its most recent flight in transponder airspace, accessed by N number. It's a great way to keep track of my students' solo XCs (and they need not find somebody at the destination airport to sign their logbooks).
This also lets me see how students approached and entered the pattern, what kind of pattern they flew, and whether they did a go-around. We then review the ground tracks together during debrief.
You opened that can of worms
I have Never told my students to get signed off at X-country airports! There is absolutly no requirement to do so other than your lack of trust in them. Yet you trust them enough to throw them the keys to a $100,000 airplane... Makes no sense to me
(sorry for the topic drift)