The latest in airline tracking software, this is the first look at how the tracking system works.
The software is called the “Southwest Flight Tracker” (SWTR), and it uses a proprietary technology to give the pilots information on where and when their aircraft is flying, and to allow them to see their destination.
The SWTR is built into Amazon’s Amazon Cloud Platform, and it is used by thousands of airlines, including American, American Eagle, Delta, Frontier, JetBlue, Southwest, Virgin America and Virgin Atlantic.
It’s also used by airlines in the US, China and elsewhere.
It was developed by the Boeing Company, which was acquired by Amazon in 2012.
Amazon’s new system, which will be available for purchase by all airlines, is the culmination of years of work on a system that has the ability to track passengers, passengers, cargo and other cargo in real time.
“SWTR is the future of tracking, and we are excited to bring it to millions of people worldwide,” said Amazon Chief Executive Jeff Bezos.
“The system will be able to make tracking easier for millions of customers, from those who want to track the flight path of their flights to those who need to track cargo.”
The SWT is currently available for use on all airlines.
However, Amazon has said it plans to roll out the new system in 2019 and add it to its existing database of more than 400 million flights and more than 70 million passengers by 2020.
The system works with an onboard radar, which looks at the way in which aircraft move, to figure out what route they are taking, what time they are flying, how fast they are travelling and where they are heading.
The data is then fed into a global database of information from airlines, and from those that share it, to help airlines understand what’s happening on their routes.
“As airlines gain more customer relationships, they will also be able better understand what their customers are doing onboard their aircraft,” said Chris Loughnan, the chief operating officer of Amazon’s Aviation and Transport group.
But we are confident that it will become the backbone for the future.”