On Wednesday of this week, the late Queens coffin was flown from Edinburgh, Scotland to RAF Northolt near London on a flight that lasted . Within the first minute of the planes transponder activating, six million people attempted to track the flight carrying the late Queen, Flightradar in a blog post. This influx of traffic put “unprecedented strain,” on Flightradar24s platform, and it buckled. “We prepared for a large influx of visitors and were ready with mitigation efforts, but we did not...

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