Future Airport Schedules API

The Future Airport Schedules API provides the timetable details of airports worldwide, on a given date in the future. Let’s say you want to build a website, app, tool, etc. and you want your customers to be able to choose a travel date, and a departure and arrival point, and view flights off the list and pick the flight that suits them. In order to do that, you need a credible API that returns which flight information from point A to B, flight-by-flight. Needless to say, APIs can save you an insane amount of money and time while offering more functionality compared to a standard database that you build and maintain yourself. This is where our Future Airport Schedules API come in. The data is aggregated from multiple sources such as our trusted data partners in the sector as well as airlines and official sources directly when available.

When integrated, the Future Airport Schedules API will return all details you may want to offer to your customers. Each flight in the response includes:

  • Airport: Departure and arrival airports’ IATA codes
  • Weekday: The day of the week of the flight, “1” being Monday
  • Terminal and gate: The most common terminal and the gate number of the flight
  • Flight times: Scheduled departure and arrival times of the flight
  • Aircraft details: Model code and text form of the model
  • Airline details: Name, IATA and ICAO codes
  • Flight information: Solo flight number and flight number with IATA and ICAO codes separately

Flight Planning API

The Flight Planning API returns detailed flight information data based on future airport schedules. It is particularly useful for travel agencies that provide worldwide flight planning services. It has a staggering coverage for over 250 countries and +10000 airports worldwide. The well-built structure of the Flight Planning API allows making a great number of API calls per minute without delays and slowdowns, making the API a reliable option for all next level travel websites and apps with different levels of visitor traffic. No matter if you are building one anew or integrating the API to an already functioning website or app, the process is going to be smooth.

What options can you offer to your clients when you integrate the Flight Planning API:

  • They can select a date or a date range for their travels
  • They can either choose a specific departure and arrival airport or choose only the departure or the arrival. You can promote this feature as an “adventurous mode” for your clients, much like the “Can’t decide where?” feature of Skyscanner which is pretty popular among travelers.
  • They can then view scheduled flight times, airline names and code, the flight number, the most used gates and terminals for that flight, and aircraft model.

Flight Schedules API – Use Cases

There is no limit to the use cases of our Flight Schedules API from travel apps and passenger services to simulations and air transportation analysis over the years. We currently offer our APIs to over 6000 clients worldwide that include leading aviation professionals, travel agencies, airlines, airports, independent developers, academics, government bodies, non-governmental organizations and more. The Flight Schedules API data data come in historical, real-time and future versions via 3 separate APIs and it is possible to combine these to expand your time coverage.

Some examples for the use-cases can be:

  • Apps where you display what the schedule is like for airports around the world
  • Travel websites and apps where visitors can make travel plans
  • Apps for scheduling passenger greeting and transportation services in advance
  • Comparison of airport traffic around the world between past years versus the current and near-future dates
  • Running analysis of airport or region growth in terms of air traffic

Future Flight API Developer Information

Formatted in JSON, this REST API is scalable and easily integrated since it is compatible with all leading languages. It is easily processed, fast and readily available. You may combine the Future Flight API with our other APIs to offer your audience extra data and expand the services your platform offers. For example, you may use our Flights Tracker API to build a virtual map on the surface positions of live flights. When your users click a specific flight on the map, they can see the next scheduled take-offs of that flight by the use of the Future Flight API or further aircraft details can be viewed by the use of Airplanes API., etc.

The API returns bulk or filtered data, and fast around in 0.3 ms per API call. This may depend on the data load of the call.

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