Hmmmm.....Please explain this flight track:


#1

http://flightaware.com/live/flight/N54084

What happened?

Thanks!

Gary in Pennsylvania


#2

Hey Gary,

Check out discussions.flightaware.com/viewtopic.php?t=1461 for erratic flight patterns.

It may or may not pertain in your flight, but tracks of this nature have been brought up in the past.

Allen


#3

This one is a little different from any of the others I’ve seen. Probably carries the same explanation though. Looks like the plane exploded symmetrically and FA tracked the various parts.


#4

Looks like a much faster airplane had the same code for a bit there and was making a turn while the cessna was slowly plodding its way to Princeton. Probably an arrival or departure out of KEWR or KTEB or KMMU


#5

flightaware.com/live/flight/N540 … Z/39N/KAVP
flightaware.com/live/flight/N540 … Z/KAVP/39N

Interesting, the star pattern occurs at the same place just SSE of Wilkes Barre.

Too much of a coincidence to be common code?