It had to divert due to the severe thunderstorms a tad bit ago… It’s usually JFK-LAX and back of on the LHR route
Ohh okay thank you. I was very confused because I’ve never seen an a330 at my airport before. Makes sense though. That also explains why there were 2 Jetblue a321s performing the same flight, which never do that flight usually.
Man, it’s a good day for international aircraft spotting at Denver International today! I wish I could be there to see all these planes!
That, my friend, is a “glitch”.
No it’s not btw it’s a bioflight what ever that means
Oh. Never heard.
Maybe it’s a certification/test of some kind…
I think it’s google who are doing it
Probably doing fuel burn testings. Possibly trying out a biofuel like Joe said it might be.
Yep, it was a 757 since 2011 I think, too bad I am not there to see it…
I tried to make it to see it once @Delta319 but I missed it 😒
I got a notification of a “squawk 7700” so I clicked “go to flight” but then a notification came up saying it was no longer on radar and I should view the playback. I wonder what happend?
It probably landed and turned its transponder off. Just sayin’…
Purely a guess
It landed. This happens all the time…nothing special
I guess Air Canada decides to use their 787 for this one hour flight from Toronto to my home airport in Hartford County. Normally they use the Dash-8 for this flight and I never get 787s at my airport.
They went into an area where there is no radar coverage, hence the dotted lines and weird flight paths. You can also see this over the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.