FlightStats is a cutting-edge data services company focused on commercial aviation. We are the leading provider of real-time global flight data to companies and individuals across the travel ecosystem.
FlightStats aggregates data from many sources to provide the industry’s most complete global coverage of commercial airline flight information. With FlightStats® Flex APIs you slice and dice the data the way you want. The APIs are powerful, precise and concise. They are designed for ease of use with REST, supporting JSON, JSONP, XML formats as well as SOAP. FlightStats® Flex APIs can receive replies to their API requests in English, Simplified Chinese, Japanese, German, Spanish, French, Portuguese, and Arabic. Please watch the FlightStats Developer Blog for more supported languages and other product updates.
The FlightStats® Flex API Web Services provide a set of status and positional APIs by flight, airport, fleet, route or area. They also include schedules, airline reference, airport reference, ratings, delay index, and weather information. All Flex APIs are available to users with an active evaluation plan. If you don't have an account, complete an Evaluation Account Request. If you already have an account, simply log in to access tools and documentation.
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