Free, Real-time Flight Status & Global Aviation Data API

Free, Real-time Flight Status & Global Aviation Data API

Aviationstack is an API that offers developers access to full aviation data. With plans starting at $0 per month, different packages offer access to different features. Developers that use this powerful API will be able to gain access to real-time flight data, historical flights, airline routes and much more. It’s a complete solution for anyone looking for flight data to implement into their app, or other projects.

The API features access to 10,000+ airports, 300+ airplane types, 13,000+ airlines, 9,000+, 250+ countries and 500+ aviation taxes.

Powered by a strong backbone of aviation data sources, the API produces accurate details related to any global flight. These details are accurate down to the minute, for any stage of the flight. The API is built on top of scalable cloud infrastructure, which has the ability any volume of requests. With plans offering access to as many as 250,000 requests, it’s important to know that Aviationstack is prepared to handle any amount of requests.


Whether it’s building booking platforms, visualizing and monitoring global flights or creating popular flight tracking applications — our flight data API is used by thousands every day.


You can sign up for free, which will get you 500 requests to the entry-level access of data. This is a good option for anyone who wants to try out the API to see if it suits their needs. Use the link below to get started and see the different plans that are available.

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