According to this answer:

You can't get real-time data from the FAA without an operational need, and organizations which do receive real-time data cannot legally re-distribute this data publicly, except to other organizations approved by the FAA. An operational need pretty much means you have to be a flight dispatcher for an airline or commercial operator, not just have an interest in tracking flights.

Great, now apparently, the data feed is delayed by at least 5 minutes... according to this answer.

  1. Does the EASA provide data such as that provided by the American FAA?
  2. If so, is there also a delay on data?
    1. If so, what is the delay?


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    $\begingroup$ EASA does not provide any live (or non live) flight data feed. Neither Eurocontrol. At least AFAIK. Don't take for granted that FAA's responsibilities/capabilities/services have a 1:1 match to EASA's. $\endgroup$ Commented Jul 27, 2017 at 10:24
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    $\begingroup$ Please note that the linked answer is outdated. Last April the FAA dropped the 5 minute delay from its feed. $\endgroup$
    – TomMcW
    Commented Jul 27, 2017 at 19:19


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