Enthusiast-driven aviation and flight data API for a small travel or aviation application. Flight status, delays, schedules. Airports, runways, delay index, statistics, distance and flight-time between. Aircraft information, aircraft image recognition by registration.
Fastest and most complete database of airport codes and data, including address, phone number, website and more.
Calculate distances and travel time between cities, addresses, postcodes or airports. Geocoding, car or foot directions, airline and many more data included.
Use Great Circle Mapper to calculate the air distance and flight time between all airports worldwide.
Get complete Airport Details by ICAO, IATA or Local IDs. AirportGuide.com has compiled data for over 25 years from multiple sources around the world to provide the best quality global landing facility data. Our database contains over 50,000 airports, heliports, balloonports, seaplane bases, ultralight fields, gliderports, and spaceports. In addition to airport details, we have airline routes, nearby airports, airport delays, aviation calculators, METAR & TAF, airlines, airmen, and FBOs/fuel.
Help travelers avoid airport delays with Amadeus AI APIs. The Airport On-time Performance API uses A.I. trained on Amadeus historical airport data to predict the overall percentage of on-time flight departures from a given airport on a given day.
Search through the OurAirport.com .csv data files with this hosted and blazing fast REST API. Data files are updated once a month. All fields in the CSV are returned by the API.
Strict rules and regulations control and govern the aviation industry to ensure safety, efficiency, and protection of the environment. Airlines must adhere to the set of international standards and practices for service delivery in the air industry. Airlines need to know where they can fly to dependent on many factors such as weather patterns, schedules, and particular routes, among others. To retrieve information about the world’s airports, then airlines need to use airports API.
An airport API consists of libraries and tools coded in a given programming language used to fetch data about airports from airport databases.
To use the API, you require an API key, a distinctive identifier that allows you to make calls within the API. The API key is like a passcode that authenticates every action by the user to the API program.
To collect and process data, the API makes HTTP requests to the server of the airports. To obtain the IATA or ICAO airport code, a user use the GET HTTP code usually a three-letter code for the IATA and a four-letter code for ICAO. Typically, typing in the authentication key follows.
The API returns a response in the JSON, XML, or CVS format. A successful response displays the airport’s name, city, country, ICAO, IATA, latitude, longitude, latitude, timezone, and data source, among other parameters. When the API cannot find the request, it returns error 404 and error 403 when the API cannot authenticate the request.
Travel companies use the APIs to track flights, check flights, and book their travels. Developers utilize APIs to help them build better applications and improve their products. Airlines apply these APIs to automate their operations and identify the different kinds of aviation platforms around.
Access to world airport database with pinpoint accuracy. Personalization, broader scope, and high efficacy.
Examples of free airports API include Aviation Edge, Lufthansa, Aviationstack, FlightAware, OpenSky, and Leopieters’ IATA and ICAO API.
All Airport APIs are supported and made available in multiple developer programming languages and SDKs including:
Just select your preference from any API endpoints page.
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