Airport Data Licensing

    Accurate airport and FBO information to drive your applications.

    Every day, our trip support teams coordinate hundreds of business aircraft missions around the world. In doing so, we have developed a comprehensive database of worldwide airports and third-party ground service providers—because it’s critical to making our clients’ missions successful. And since we actually use and audit this information daily, we know it’s the most accurate out there for our industry.

    If you’re in the business of business aviation and need accurate airport data to help drive your applications, then we have a solution to help you.

    What's included:

    • Worldwide directory of 20,000+ airports, 6,000+ heliports, and 500+ seaplane bases
    • Airport diagrams for top business aviation airports
    • FBOs and ground handlers, with supporting ground services information
    • Caterers
    • Ground transportation providers
    • Hotels
    • Visa and passport requirements
    • Overflight and airport entry requirements

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    For questions about licensing our data for your applications, contact us.

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