BURNSVILLE, MINN - A new app notifies airplane geeks when unusual aircraft will visit their airport. JetTip's AvGeek AI analyzes arrivals and departures to identify interesting flights and notify plane spotters. Some favorites include WWII-era warbirds, airliners in special paint schemes, large Soviet-era cargo aircraft, sports charters, and diversions.
Available for iOS and Android, JetTip's app [jettip.net/download] also has filterable arrival/departure boards, which allow aviation enthusiasts to identify noteworthy aircraft at a glance. Coverage is available across the US and Canada via a $4.99 ($5.99 CAD) monthly subscription.
"Airplane watching is a great hobby, especially for families looking for a fun outdoor activity," said Nick Benson, JetTip's Chief AvGeek. "The new app makes it really easy to find out when it's time to zip over to the airport to see a cool plane."
In addition to unique commercial airliners, JetTip keeps tabs on other types of publicly trackable aircraft, such as fire tankers, research testbeds, and vintage military equipment, or "warbirds."
Started as a side project in 2017, JetTip's smart flight alert service has since grown into a full time job for its developer, and has helped aviation enthusiasts across the US and Canada see thousands of interesting aircraft.
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