Keep up to date with air traffic: Download the Notifly app

Have you always wanted to know how many aircraft are expected to fly above your location? And would you like to follow air traffic on a map of Schiphol? Now you can with Notifly.

Notifly is your go-to app for air traffic around Schiphol. Stay informed on the current and expected number of aircraft flying overhead. Download the app now!

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  • Expected air traffic at your location

    See the air traffic you can expect at your location up to 24 hours ahead.

  • Live runway use and air traffic

    Get insight into the live air traffic and which runways are in use for take-off and landing.

  • Share your experience

    Help us improve the prediction model by letting us know if the forecast is correct.

Forecast up to 24 hours ahead

With the Notifly app for your mobile and tablet you can check the current and expected number of aircraft flying overhead in the area around the airport. You can look up to 24 hours ahead and see an hourly indication of the number of planes you can expect above your location. You can also follow air traffic live and check current runway use on a map.

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App for local residents

Notifly has been specially developed for people living close to Schiphol. So that you stay informed on how many aircraft will fly overhead and when. The forecast for a location only works if you live in the area surrounding Schiphol. Sometimes, there may be more planes flying above your location due to the weather conditions or runway maintenance. In that case, Notifly will send you a notification (if desired) so that you immediately know why you are hearing more planes.

How is air traffic predicted?

To make Notifly’s predictions as accurate as possible, the app uses a special algorithm. It contains a variety of data, including radar data and information about wind and other weather conditions (KNMI). The algorithm searches the data for comparable conditions for the date and time for which a prediction is required. It then compares the prediction with the collected data to see whether the forecast was correct. If not, then how inaccurate was it? The algorithm processes this new data and learns from it. That's how the predictions in Notifly get a bit better every time.

Do you have a question or complaint about air traffic

If you live near the airport and have a question, comment or complaint about air traffic to, from or at Schiphol, please contact the Local Community Contact Centre Schiphol, known by its Dutch acronym: BAS.