FlightStats unveiled its January 2013 Airline/Airport On-time Performance Report.
Why is this news? Well, because hundreds of airlines and airports around the world provide FlightStats data in real-time. We don't have to wait for them to file a report at the end of the month, and neither do you.
FlightStats aggregates data from over 300 sources worldwide. It's Flex APIs offer responses in Simplified Chinese, German and Japanese.
FlightStats data is fueling innovation and is expanding in use cases. FlightStats data is currently being used globally to report flight status, flight delay, weather, airport and gate information in many mobile applications. It is used for search engines or to find arrival gates on FIDS screens at airports. It powers the alerts systems of airlines and is now being included in several onboard navigation systems for cutting-edge cars.
Get a glimpse of the on-time performance and delay data in January for the top 35 major international airlines. To what commercial use could you put this data?