The World’s Best Query-Based Flight Tracking and Flight Status API

AeroAPI (formerly FlightXML) delivers customized access to developers seeking data from millions of flight status inputs for any application using REST/JSON.

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Principales caractéristiques

  • Easy to integrate, flexible, and scalable
  • Modern REST-based
  • Real-time and configurable flight event alerts
  • Comprehensive developer documentation and interactive portal
  • Predictive ETAs, powered by ForesightTM
  • Customizable aviation data to meet your unique application needs
  • 99.5% uptime guarantee available
  • Compatible with all programming languages

Query Flight Data on Demand

AeroAPI is a simple, query-based API that gives software developers access to a variety of FlightAware's flight data. Users can obtain current or historical data. AeroAPI is a RESTful API delivering accurate and actionable aviation data. With the introduction of ForesightTM, customers have access to the data that powers over half of the predictive airline ETAs in the US.

Query AeroAPI for Flights Based on a Combination Of Properties Including

  • Numéro de vol ou de queue
  • Aéroport d'origine et / ou de destination
  • Type d'avion
  • Une portée d'altitude basse à élevée
  • Une portée basse à élevée de vitesse au sol

Retrieve Flight Data Through AeroAPI Including:

  • Flight or tail number
  • Aircraft type
  • Origin and/or destination airport
  • Time last position was received
  • Longitude, latitude, vitesse au sol et altitude
  • ForesightTM, FlightAware’s predictive ETAs
  • And more

Obtain airport-centric data via the API, including:

  • Scheduled flights
  • Departed flights
  • En route flights
  • Arrived flights

AeroAPI Code Examples

import requests

apiKey = input("API Key: ")
apiUrl = "https://aeroapi.flightaware.com/aeroapi/"

airport = 'KSFO'
payload = {'max_pages': 2}
auth_header = {'x-apikey':apiKey}

response = requests.get(apiUrl + f"airports/{airport}/flights",
    params=payload, headers=auth_header)

if response.status_code == 200:
    print(response.json())
else:
    print("Error executing request")
String YOUR_API_KEY = "API_KEY_HERE";
String apiUrl = "https://aeroapi.flightaware.com/aeroapi/";

String airport = "KSFO";

HttpClient client = HttpClient.newHttpClient();
HttpRequest request = HttpRequest.newBuilder()
	.uri(URI.create(apiUrl + "airports/" + airport + "/flights"))
	.headers("x-apikey", YOUR_API_KEY)
	.build();
HttpResponse response = client.send(request, BodyHandlers.ofString());

if (response.statusCode() == 200) {
	System.out.println("responseBody: " + response.body());
}
<?php
$apiKey = "YOUR_API_KEY";
$fxmlUrl = "https://aeroapi.flightaware.com/aeroapi/";

$ident = 'SWA45';
$queryParams = array(
	'max_pages' => 2
);
$url = $fxmlUrl . 'flights/' . $ident . '?' . http_build_query($queryParams);

$ch = curl_init($url);
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_HTTPHEADER, array('x-apikey: ' . $apiKey));
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_RETURNTRANSFER, TRUE);

if ($result = curl_exec($ch)) {
	curl_close($ch);
	echo $result;
}
?>
using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Linq;
using System.Net.Http;
using System.Net.Http.Headers;
using System.Text.Json;
using System.Text.Json.Serialization;
using System.Threading.Tasks;

namespace AeroApi4Sample
{
    public class FlightsResult
    {
        public List Flights { get; set; }
    }

    public class Flight
    {
        public string Ident { get; set; }

        [JsonPropertyName("fa_flight_id")]
        public string FaFlightId { get; set; }

        [JsonPropertyName("scheduled_out")]
        public DateTime ScheduledOut { get; set; }
        
        [JsonPropertyName("actual_out")]
        public DateTime? ActualOut { get; set; }
    }

    public class Program
    {
        static void Main( string[] args )
        {
            Console.Write( "API Key: " );
            var strApiKey = Console.ReadLine();

            Console.Write( "Ident to look up (e.g., UAL47): " );
            var strIdentToLookUp = Console.ReadLine();

            var flights = GetFlights( strApiKey, strIdentToLookUp ).Result;
            
            if( flights == null )
            {
                return;
            }

            var nextFlightToDepart = flights.Where( 
                f => f.ActualOut == null 
                ).OrderBy( f => f.ScheduledOut ).First();

            Console.WriteLine( 
                string.Format( 
                    "Next departure of {0} is {1} at {2}", 
                    strIdentToLookUp,
                    nextFlightToDepart.FaFlightId, 
                    nextFlightToDepart.ScheduledOut 
                    ) 
                );
        }

        private static async Task> GetFlights( string strApiKey, string strIdent )
        {
            using( var client = new HttpClient() )
            {
                client.DefaultRequestHeaders.Accept.Clear();
                client.DefaultRequestHeaders.Accept.Add(
                    new MediaTypeWithQualityHeaderValue( "application/json" )
                    );
                client.DefaultRequestHeaders.Add( 
                    "x-apikey", 
                    strApiKey 
                    );

                FlightsResult flightResult = null;
                var response = await client.GetAsync(
                    "https://aeroapi.flightaware.com/aeroapi/flights/" + strIdent
                    );
                var contentStream = await response.Content.ReadAsStreamAsync();

                if( response.IsSuccessStatusCode )
                {
                    flightResult = await JsonSerializer.DeserializeAsync(
                        contentStream, 
                        new JsonSerializerOptions 
                        {
                            PropertyNameCaseInsensitive = true
                        }
                        );
                }
                else
                {
                    Console.Error.WriteLine( "API call failed: " + response );
                    return null;
                }

                return flightResult.Flights;
            }
        }
    }
}

AeroAPI can also be used with Python, Ruby, Java, .NET, and other languages.

AeroAPI Query Fees

A single Query may return one-to-many results, dependent upon the type of call being made and the input parameters provided. For pricing purposes, a ‘result set’ is defined as 15 results/records. Pricing is per result set.

Note: The max_pages input parameter can be used to limit/control how many result sets will be returned, with one page being equivalent to one result set.

Note: The max_pages input parameter can be used to limit/control how many result sets will be returned, with one page being equivalent to one result set.

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Foire aux questions

How am I charged when the API returns multiple results for one query?

In general, you are charged once per query. However, for queries that may return multiple pages of results (defined as sets of up to 15 results), you will be charge for the total number of pages returned (calculated as the per-query fee times the number of pages returned). You can control the maximum number of pages returned by the API for one query. Please refer to the API documentation for details on how to set the "max_pages" parameter.

Comment puis-je consulter l'état de ma facturation AeroAPI ?

Existing customers can visit the AeroAPI portal to see accrued charges.

What is new in version 4?

Version 4 features more detailed results on flight queries and push alerts so you get the same or more information with fewer calls. We redesigned the API to provide an easier to use RESTful interface. The all-new interactive web portal allows you to explore the API and try it without writing any code. A 99.5% uptime guarantee is also now available.

I use version 2 or version 3 of AeroAPI, what is the future of these products?

Version 2 and version 3 of AeroAPI will continue to be available to existing customers until October 31, 2023 and their respective pricing is unchanged. These legacy products are no longer available for new sign-ups. We encourage legacy AeroAPI customers to plan to adopt the new version of AeroAPI in the near future so that they will not be impacted by the end-of-life of the old products in 2023. Additionally, customers on the new version of AeroAPI will receive access to future updates of AeroAPI without changing to a new product.

I use version 2 or version 3 of AeroAPI, how can I switch to version 4?

You can get started with the new version of AeroAPI today, just sign-up on-line. As an existing AeroAPI customer, the monthly minimum fee is waived for the first 3 months of your new subscription at the Standard or Premium tier to help you get started.

Documentation

FlightAware's API for flight status, flight tracking and aviation data can be accessed via REST and the API can be accessed using any programming language.

Support

Veuillez visiter notre FAQ pour trouver des réponses aux questions générales ou consulter notre forum de discussion pour plus d'informations approfondies.

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