As I don't own an sbs, is there anywhere on the web that you can access overflights for military and bizjets and anything that doesn't show up on flightradar 24 or planefinder? I know some of you guys out there will know the answer. Thanks.
Hey mate, Get PlanePlotter for your PC, you pay a one off £20ish for the MLAT feature and you can see Mil and Biz and usually GA and Flybe etc.
It can be a bit of a hassle setting up but they're plenty of tutorials online
I think you need a Receiver to view PlanePlotter, i can't get on PlanePlotters website to check as it appears to be offline.
"Requirements to run PlanePlotter
Pentium level PC running Win2k/XP/Vista/Win7/Win8 For ACARS : VHF receiver tuned to an appropriate ACARS channel in AM mode and Aircraft within VHF range that are transmitting the messages and a compatible sound card For Mode-S/ADS-B : Kinetic SBS1 series and SBS3 Mode-S receivers. AirNav Systems RadarBox(tm) receiver system. PlaneGadget Radar (No longer in production). Aurora SSRx receiver. Mode-S Beast. miniADSB and microADSB. RxControl Mode-S receiver system (kit built). GNS-5890 ADS-B receiver stick. RTL2832 DVB-T dongle with RTL1090 utility (by jetvision.de). For real-time flight deck views : Google Earth software For direction finding : DF antenna switch and a compatible sound card For HFDL plotting : PC-HFDL software (http://www.chbrain.dircon.co.uk/pchfdl.html) and an HF SSB receiver For HF selcal decoding : HF receiver with USB mode and fine tuning steps and a compatible sound card To share local ATC calls : VHF receiver with AM mode tuned to your local ATC frequencies and a compatible sound card Some of the advanced features in PlanePlotter are relatively complex and may involve unfamiliar concepts. There is an implicit requirement that PlanePlotter users have some familiarity with routine Windows operations, file manipulation etc., that they understand something about firewalls, routers and networks, that they are able to find their own latitude and longitude, and that they are prepared to spend time diligently studying the Help file to understand how to get the best out of these advanced features."