Historical Flight Schedules API
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Aviyair Historical Flight Schedules API ensures that you have detailed airline schedules and airport timetables of any historical global flight operated across all continents. While you use the API for historical flights schedules, you can go back in time and have historical records of the exact departure and arrival times of airplanes being tracked on the airline routes, general airport and airline information that consists of international aviation codes IATA and ICAO, gates and terminals, flight status, as well as luggage information of passengers. The historical flight data for commercial flights is even more detailed as it includes the aircraft’s registration number, its speed and location during each phase of the completion of the airline route, shift in the flight’s status tracked historically; in other words, the flight could have been cancelled, delayed, diverted at some point in time.
Uses of Historical Flight Schedules API
Aviyair Historical Flight Schedules API is as important as the real-time Global Flight Schedules API (URL link) in terms of usage for different purposes. Aviation regulators and airlines use historical flight schedules API to assess flight operations and analyze possible risks posed on the airline routes and aircraft equipment. Travel agencies and tour operators search rigorously for both real-time and historical flight schedules data to set up in-house databases that help them decide which airlines and air routes are the best ones to rely on when designing the holiday itineraries and choosing the air carrier. By using Aviyair historical flight schedules API, travel firms and agents make more informative decisions; they are prepared in advance for the worst and best to happen in the flight schedules of airlines, and most importantly, they can offer impeccable travel programs to their end customers. Software engineers working at insurance companies integrate the flight schedules data into in-house platforms to track the volume of delayed, cancelled, diverted flights. In addition, they often build a software that prepares monthly statistics on the number of passengers who have requested a flight compensation, or made an insurance claim for a covered loss or policy event.