After FA was offline for a couple of hours I logged in now and went to my home airport, MROC and found myself with a HUGE surprise.
So it seems that in the new upgrades, domestic and flights outside the FAA coverage area are being displayed.
At first I thought how could this be possible, but after thinking a while, I guess Flightaware loaded the scheduled flights for the whole world and these are showing up everywhere, you can see flights within Europe, Asia, South, Central America and more.
I guess there will be no live time tracking for these flights unless the airline provides the details, such as the system Flightstats.com uses. Reading the upgrade announcement I guess this change is due to this:
FlightAware now offers airline schedules well in advance of the 30 minute - 2 hour window previously displayed. Users can view airline schedules many hours before a flight is scheduled to depart.
Possibly meant to be only for FAA-coverage-area flights it has somehow gone to the whole World.
I wish I am mistaken and that the FAA has extended their coverage area to rest of the World (I really doubt this!).
Hopefully some one from the FA team can clear this up.
Thanks for your attention!
San Jose, CR