What is AccuMap?

AccuMap is a modern, snazzy and intuitive desktop application for viewing live VATSIM data such as pilots and air traffic controllers. AccuMap takes advantage of new features found in the Windows and MacOS operating systems allowing users to have a much nicer experience when searching through the map.

With features such as system notifications, accurate sub-sector hierarchy depiction, live community contribution, and many other features being added with app updates, why use any other VATSIM tracker?

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Posted By: Eoin Motherway 14-10-2017 | 08:36:56 UTC

Cross The Pond Notice

With Cross The Pond Eastbound 2017 only hours away, it makes me sad that we can not release this update just yet (http://prntscr.com/gx9fg3).

We have many new features including an over the top performance boost that may just solve all of your performance issues, lined up and ready for takeoff, but some small issues are stopping us from pushing an update. Please keep in mind that the current version of AccuMap is still an early release. Any issues regarding sectors, aircraft, and so on, found tonight during CTP are being monitored and worked on.

AccuMap is not perfect just yet, but we're almost there! Enjoy the cross!

What does AccuMap include?

Live VATSIM Data

Want to know who's online? AccuMap is the place to go! Showing all pilots and connected ATC across the VATSIM network in a stylish and accurate way.


At AccuMap, we don't discriminate. Our app is available on Windows and MacOS!

Accurate ATC sectors

No more guessing what part of the London FIR LTC_NE_CTR controls! Sub-sectors for en-route ATC across the world are supported and displayed on the map!
Since AccuMap allows for live community contributions, you can submit updates to sectors at any time, and once approved, every user will see the changes instantly!
Just to add the icing onto the cake, AccuMap also supports Approach/Departure sub-sectors with dynamic runway selection!
So no matter if your sector changes when the runways change, AccuMap has you covered!

ATC Sector extensions

AccuMap is the first ever "Who's online" client to be able to accurately depict ATC sector extensions.
When a controller is extending their coverage to another sector, they can simply enter:
into their controller info, letting AccuMap know they are extending!
For example:

Custom System Notifications

AccuMap gives users the ability to setup completely custom system notifications. Want to know if your friend is online? Interested to see if someone is squawking 7700, 7600? Favourite airport has ATC? No problem!

Always Up To Date

No need to share custom data files around! All of AccuMaps FIR boundary, sub-sector, and airport data is stored on our servers for all users to access, meaning everyone will see the same thing at the same time with no extra downloading required!
Not only is the data kept up to date, but the AccuMap application itself automatically updates as bugs fixes and new features are implemented.

Day & Night Colour Modes

Simming in a dark room? Don’t like the bright colours during the night? No problem! AccuMap has day and night time colour modes which can be changed manually or set to change automatically at a certain time, keeping your eyes from burning during late night VATSIM sessions!

And many more to come!

Wanna get your mits on AccuMap?

Download the installer for your desired operating system!


If you are having issues opening AccuMap, hold down the control key, click on the file and press open.


There are currently no plans to release AccuMap for Linux. It is possible, and if there are enough requests, we will begin supporting Linux systems.

Wanna chat?

Interested in getting in touch? Feel free to send us (or Eoin, the lead developer) a message here.

Or you can jump on our Discord server and chat to any of us! We're typically on Discord when doing development work, and you can always ensure a quick response when we're online!

Please keep in mind, our Discord is also like our "Living room" where we chat casually, formalities are thrown out the window, and basically where we come to coordinate, and socialise.
Feel free to join the conversation, but it will lead literally anywhere!