Flight and noise information for the community - WebTrak

A system for transparently sharing noise and flight track data online to improve airport community relations.

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WebTrak enables you to improve community relations and build tolerance by openly communicating what’s actually happening in your airspace. The web-based service helps increase the public’s trust in your data and nurtures your airport’s social license to operate and sustainably grow.

Use scenarios

  • Enrich community engagement and focus on issues before they affect operations
  • Build trust and tolerance through transparent communication
  • Display credible data to set expectations and reduce annoyance

Easily integrated into an airport’s public website, WebTrak openly displays flights, weather, noise monitoring locations and sound levels. The system gives the public an opportunity to self-investigate noise impact and flight tracks. And, it enables you to tell your story using the same information the community views to align perceptions and increase understanding.

WebTrak automatically answers questions such as who is flying where and when, how much noise an aircraft makes, and which aircraft is likely to be responsible for a disturbance. The system efficiently streamlines complaints handling by integrating relevant flight data with an automated form that can be sent from a PC, tablet or smartphone.

WebTrak operates at more than 60 airports worldwide. The subscription service is low cost, rapidly deployed, multilingual and continually enhanced. Easily link WebTrak into your ANOMS or NoiseDesk noise management system, or enrich its graphics with Flight 3D’s three-dimensional views.

Flight 3D

WebTrak’s Flight 3D option displays flight tracks in three dimensions to make it easier for the public to visualize a plane’s path relative to their location. Users can locate their house by entering address details that relocate the map position and mark the address with a symbol. The display shows current and historical aircraft positions, as well as a bird’s eye or pilot’s view for different perspectives.

The easily understood 3D visuals can be particularly useful for airports near terrain that requires a specific flight path or when illustrating interaction between multiple aircraft at busy airports.