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

Meet some of our customers.

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

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    • GDPR and Business Aviation – What you need to know.
      by Kathy Self on August 15, 2018 at 11:30

      On May 25, 2018, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect. This complex and far reaching regulation governs how an EU citizen’s personal data can be used and processed by businesses both inside and outside of the EU. It’s impacting industries and companies ... […]

    • UK Charter Permits – Regulatory Compliance
      by Jason Hayward on August 9, 2018 at 11:30

      The processing of charter permits for the UK is managed by the UK CAA. It's important to be aware of the permit request and revision lead time policies. Also, authorities are taking steps to eliminate "grey" charter flights that will affect operators not obtaining necessary authorizations for travel to the UK... […]

    • Operating to Japan – Part 3: Ground Handling, Security & Local Services
      by Hiroshi Higashiyama on July 30, 2018 at 11:30

      Ground handling services in Japan are known for their reliability, quality and high level of customer care. Still, we recommend operators provide advance notification for all required services, fuel uplifts and in-flight catering to ensure any potential delays are avoided. […]

    • Operating to Japan – Part 2: Permits, Slots & CIQ
      by Hiroshi Higashiyama on July 24, 2018 at 11:30

      For most private non-revenue operations to Japan there's no requirement for either overflight or landing permits. However, obtaining preferred airport slots for Tokyo area airports can present challenges from time to time. […]