Can't Get Java Applets

When I log-on to my favorite website, I get only a map but no moving details. I was told that I need to get Java Applets. When I use, Windows, I have no problems. Any advice?

Hi: I was using an Apple iMac, Model iMac 6.1, version Mac OSX, Version 10.4.7 w/ 2.16 Ghz. The site that I cannot get correctly is: www4.passur.com/jfk.html. When I access it using Windows 98, I have no problems. Using the Mac system gives me problems. The site appears but the time is frozen and the aircraft that are supposed to be shown arriving and taking-off are not shown. I tried removing the pop-up blocker but to no avail. What is the problem? Now, I'm back on Windows 98 and have no problems. This is why all my friends have Windows. We feel that Windows is much more user-friendly in many ways. Do you prefer Mac?

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