There are so many planes in the world take flights daily around us. We cannot count them because imagine if one plane is here (in USA) then other plane may be in (UAE or JAPAN) second corner of the world. This problem is solved by a San Francisco-based British developer, Callum Prentice, who a starting WebGL visualization of global flight data, Flight Stream, so you can see almost all flights in the world above from the sky.
The Web will allows you to change the speed and size of how flights are represented and the opacity of the trails they leave as they criss-cross the globe.
Developer says the map currently shows flight routes data fetch from Open Flights but hopes to use live information in a future version. Other deveeloper can also take a look at his code and some other projects available on GitHub.