User Guide

Aireon Aircraft Locating and Emergency Response Tracking (ALERT) is the aviation industry’s first and only free, global, real-time emergency aircraft location service. Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs), aircraft operators, regulators and search and rescue organizations in need of crucial aircraft location data, can rely on Aireon ALERT to help provide an ADS-B OUT 1090MHz equipped aircraft’s most recently known position. As a free service, Aireon ALERT will fill a critical need, ensuring search and rescue personnel have the most accurate aircraft position data available when responding to an incident, regardless of global location.

How to Register

From the Aireon ALERT “Registration” home page select the red “Register for Aireon ALERT” button on the top right of the page to initiate the application process. When the button is selected, a popup will open notifying you that registration is maintained and managed by the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA). To continue, click the “click here” text at the bottom of this message.

Aireon ALERT Registration Screen

Aireon ALERT

In emergency situations where an aircraft cannot be located, a pre-registered aviation stakeholder can call the Aireon ALERT 24/7 phone number and provide the missing aircraft’s unique ICAO 24Bit Address or Aircraft Flight ID. The Aireon ALERT operator will then locate the last known position of the aircraft and if found will provide that location in WGS84 coordinates to the aviation stakeholder over the phone. The Aireon ALERT operator will also email a report of the location of the missing aircraft to the aviation stakeholder.

Aireon ALERT Emergency Alert Screen

FAQ

The FAQ page has questions and answers to some commonly asked questions. If you have a question that is not already answered on the FAQ page, send us a support message and we’ll get right back to you.

Aireon ALERT FAQ Screen
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Be Prepared!

Completely free, global, real-time, global emergency aircraft locating service. Available to Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs), Aircraft Operators, Regulators and Search and Rescue Organizations.

Register

You are leaving the Aireon ALERT website, hosted by Aireon LLC. The registration to the Aireon ALERT service is maintained and managed by the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA). Any information you provide when registering is provided to the IAA, and will be subject to IAA’s Aireon ALERT End User Terms and the IAA Privacy Policy.

You are leaving the Aireon ALERT website, hosted by Aireon LLC. The registration to the Aireon ALERT service is maintained and managed by the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA). Any information you provide when registering is provided to the IAA, and will be subject to IAA’s Aireon ALERT End User Terms and the IAA Privacy Policy.

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