Aviation Edge provides various types of aviation data. We maintain both dynamic (such as real-time aircraft tracking data or airport timetable data) and static data (such as non-frequently changing airlines, airplanes, airports, cities, countries, etc. databases in API form). Both the dynamic and static data are updated as necessary to ensure accuracy. The complete aviation data requires 1 API key to access which will return the latest result always when you refresh the data. This is the main advantage of Aviation Edge APIs, to make sure you do not have to collect your own data, maintain your own database and check for updates constantly from multiple sources.
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