Get detailed, customizable Aircraft, Airman, Accident, SDR, and other freeAviation Reports and Queries from the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) and NTSB (National Transportation Safety Board) data.
In addition to the publicly accessible free reports and queries, we provide Fee Based Custom Solutions using the AviationDB database, including one time or periodic report generation, web browser or client hosted screens, API's accessible from your existing applications, and SQL access to the database.
NEW - Added Type Ratings to the database. See the Airman query for more information.
NEW - Added over 7,000 Flight Schools, Training Centers, and Repair Stations to the database and simplified the interface. See the Aircraft Operator query for more information.
NEW - Added an additional data store containing over 80,000 NTSB Accidents that occurred before 1982. See the NTSB Pre 1982 Accident query for more information.
NEW - Enhanced the Aircraft Query to include Pre 1982 NTSB accident data and to return more information including transaction history and expanded Aircraft Deregistration data.
The database includes
Air carrier financial information from January 1990 and detailed fuel usage from January 2000.
Air carrier traffic summarized monthly for U.S. and foreign air carriers for both scheduled and unscheduled flights, from the Bureau of Transportation Statistics. Capacity and utilization statistics for passengers, freight, and mail. Over 3 million records from January 1990.
More than 140 million airline flight records from October 1, 1987 to present including on time performance statistics for flight departures and arrivals, flight cancellations, and much more
Over 1.5 million Active Airman, Aircraft Mechanics, Medical Examiners, and others
500,000 Domestic Registered Aircraft including N Number Reservations and Deregistered Aircraft
Approximately 1.5 million Service Difficulty Reports (SDR) from 1975
Aviation Accidents since 1962 as reported by the NTSB
Aviation Accidents and Incidents since 1973 as reported by the FAA