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Update: FIR on AirNav RadarBox

FIRs displayed on AirNav RadarBox.com 

FIRs are now available on the flight card and aircraft page. In aviation, a flight information region, or FIR, is a specified region of airspace in which a flight information service and an alerting service are provided. The International Civil Aviation Organization delegates which country is responsible for the operational control of a given FIR.

To activate FIRs on the map, click on a specific flight and find the "FIR" item that will indicate the FIR the plane is flying over. And to activate the FIR/ATC overlay, just go to "Map Options" and click on FIR/ATC Boundaries option.

FIRs displayed on AirNav RadarBox.com 

Here is a screenshot of Singapore flight SQ218 from Melbourne to Singapore, in which flight information/ATC is provided by FIR Melbourne (YMMM).

Singapore Airlines flight SQ218 from Melbourne to Singapore tracked via RadarBox.com 

FIRs are now also available on the flight or aircraft page. Just click on the aircraft flight number, and you will see that the FIR will be displayed on the position info page.

Singapore Airlines flight SQ218 from Melbourne to Singapore tracked via RadarBox.com 

Singapore Airlines flight SQ218 from Melbourne to Singapore tracked via RadarBox.com 

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