> TheTrip.com was the first Internet Business Travel service to let you track a
> flight using real-time flight data from the U.S. air traffic control system.
> That data tells you a flight's location relative to a tracking point on the
Hmmm, I wonder how they'll handle those rare Flight 800 cases.
> Within weeks, TheTrip.com will begin showing you the plane's location -- plus
> graphically representing other key information.
I know that by "within weeks ..." they meant "under construction", but it comes
across as "real-time, but with fortnight latency". %-)
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