Is an enthusiast-driven API good for your case? Well, that depends!
We don’t have the worldwide coverage or the best possible quality, but in exchange, we provide this API at rates much lower than average on the market.
If you’re developing a small aviation or hospitality application or website that doesn’t have much demand for data precision and quality, our API may be just right for you as it helps you to avoid significant charges billed by bigger companies.
However, you are discouraged to use our API for mission-critical products, and even NOT ALLOWED if your product is involved with real-life aircraft operations or navigation!
NEW! You can first try checking your question with our new AI-powered assistant chatbot. This assistant is able to answer a lot of typical questions about ourAPI. It has been trained on our documentation, web-site pages and knowledge base. Feel free to drop him a message! It is accessible by clicking chat icon in the bottom right corner on any page of our web-site. Please note that, like any other bot, it may occasionally provide inaccurate answers. If that happens, check with us directly.
For direct contact, please reach out to us via e-mail at email@example.com (preferable) or via private messages here, on RapidAPI. If you reach out to us via e-mail, please state your RapidAPI username as we’re unable to see your e-mail on our RapidAPI dashboard. We strive to reply to everyone, but priority is given to customers on paid pricing plans.
If you need help, don’t open discussions on RapidAPI as we may miss them. RapidAPI has a known technical issue of not sending e-mail notifications to API managers when a new discussion is opened: thus, we may miss your request completely or respond many weeks later!
Web-hook PUSH API. Get your web endpoint called when a flight is updated. Subscribe by flight number or airport.