UPS has added a new tracking system to its ground tracking system, which lets users track which flights they are flying and their flight times.
The new tracking features are a significant upgrade over the company’s existing system, though the company did not immediately comment on the new tracking capabilities.
UPS says the new system will allow users to view the total distance traveled, estimated airfares, average fuel costs, and estimated fuel prices.
UPS’s new tracking capability will be available in the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Taiwan, and Taiwan.
UPS also said it is working on adding more tracking options to its hub-and-spoke system, adding more airports to its system, and adding more flights to its flight tracking system.
UPS announced last month that it had purchased GroundTracking, a competitor to UPS’s ground tracking.
The company says it has plans to launch ground tracking in 2019.