More than 250,000 flights recorded in one day over the planet, a record
Flightradar recorded a record number of aerial flights over the planet on May 18. According to the air tracking site, a total of more than 250,000 flights have been identified.
The plane tracking site that lists ongoing flights around the world recorded a record number on May 18. In fact, more than 250,000 thefts have been identified in total, according to the site.
Last Thursday we logged a record total of 251,829 flights – the first time we logged more than 250,000 flights in a single day. With the busy summer travel season kicking off, we expect to break the record once again today. Follow over 20,000 flights now at https://t.co/krDfUYSJpi pic.twitter.com/KAxllTxvlX
— Flightradar24 (@flightradar24) May 25, 2023
“Last Thursday, we logged a record 251,829 total flights, the first time we logged more than 250,000 flights in a single day. As the busy summer travel season kicks off, we expect to break the record again today,” he said. communicated the site on Twitter this Thursday 25 May.
According to the latest forecasts, there will be numerous departures for holidays this summer, other records could be expected in the air…