It is easy to use the above flight tracker. There are four columns providing you with up to date information.
In the first column you will see the flight number. To have the flight number of the flight you are looking for is very important. This is a unique number that is given to each flight. It helps to locate the exact flight to avoid confusion. If you have the flight number you can see when the scheduled aircraft is due to arrive and land at Gran Canaria Airport.
In the second column you will see the departure airport where the aircraft took off from. As some cities have more than one airport you will have the airport code (usually 3 letter) to identify it clearly.
Looking at the third column you see the name of the airline carrier.
The fourth column is very helpful and is likely the most viewed column as it gives the ETA Estimated Time of Arrival. This is usually the information we are interested about so we can plan our activity. It is given in 12 hour AM and PM rotation and not 24 hour time.
In the fifth column you see the actual time of arrival. So even if the flight was running late this confirms the time it landed at Las Palmas Gran Canaria airport.
Finally we see the sixth column providing information on the status of the flight. This will help you see whether the flight was delayed, or en route or even landed.