AirNav RadarBox On-Demand API Series: Flight Statistics Part 2

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The focus of our API series this week is still on flight statistics. This time, we will feature business flight statistics, flight statistics for airlines, and flight statistics for business airports. To access and use RadarBox On-Demand API flight statistics solutions is simple, just go to -> "Flight Statistics" and query the data or flight statistics you need.

One of the key features of AirNav RadarBox API is easy integration as well and an insightful and easy-to-read platform. We also offer you custom API solutions according to your needs.  Our priority is always to adapt our tools according to our users, in order to solve their problems in a cost-effective way. 

The Image Above: Screenshot of Flight Statistics on the API Documentation page

AirNav RadarBox flight statistics come from 12+ different data sources, ensuring the precision of our flight data. Thus, we also provide 70+ data fields - where you can search. Click here to learn more about our data sources.

Why do customers love our API Solutions?

  1. Credit-per-query pricing - Pay only for what you use.
  2. Developer-Friendly API - Seamless integration into client applications.
  3. Flight data from 14 sources - Ensuring accuracy through redundancy.
  4. 24/7 Client Support - 365 days priority email and phone support.

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1. Business Flight Statistics on September 28th, 2021

The Image Above: Screenshot of Business Flight Statistics on API Documentation page

AirNav RadarBox business flight statistics include flight statistics to the US, Europe, Brazil, China, Japan, and worldwide. In the screenshot example above, we have the global business flight statistics for September 28. On that day, 10,865 business flights were recorded.

This data can be queried for all regions around the world and at any period of time and in the desired and required format according to the needs of our users.

2. Business Statistics for London Heathrow Airport (LHR/EGLL) on 28th September 2021

The Image Above: Screenshot of Flight Statistics on the API Documentation page

Besides requesting business flight statistics information for regions (continents and countries), with AirNav's API, you can get business flight statistics for the world's major airports as well as major business airports.

For example, on September 28, London Heathrow Airport recorded an average of 1 flight per hour throughout the day. These flight statistics and airport business movement data can be consulted for all airports worldwide.

Commercial Flight Statistics for Jet2 on 28th September 2021 

The Image Above: Screenshot of Commercial Flight Statistics on API Documentation page

As for commercial flight statistics, we also include flight statistics for all airlines. Airlines such as American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Lufthansa, Emirates, Etihad, and others. We guarantee the quality and security of our data from our more than 14 data sources.

Also, on September 28, Jet2, with IATA code (EXS), recorded 175 flights during that day. This data can be requested by day, month, week, year, or any way that suits you.

How to use RadarBox On-Demand API

Getting your free token

You get a free token with your business account, which will give you enough credit to play. You can find yours by navigating to your API Dashboard. Once you have it, open up the API documentation in a new tab so you can keep reading the how-to guide here

Step-by-step guide

1. Authenticate


The Image Above: Screenshot of Airspace Data from the API Documentation page

The steps below will show how easy it is to interact with the API. On the documentation page, you'll be able to scroll through the specs. Every call needs to be authenticated, so you need to put the token you wish to use in context. Simply insert the token in the designated form and hit "Save" button. From here on, all service calls will be associated with your account.

2. View all available services

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In the left menu, you can find a list of the available services. Clicking on each one will take you to the endpoint details, where you can find information such as required parameters and the detailed format of the response.

3. Enter testing mode

Try out button

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Click the “Try out” button, which will activate the test mode, and you will be able to submit live requests.

Try out screen

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Once you’re in test mode, you will have the request spec on the center column and a text box with the payload of your request on the right. It will be pre-filled with test values which you will need to customize.

4. Sample test case

One of the simplest scenarios is trying to find out what the current position of a specific aircraft is.

Sample payload

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We have edited the sample payload stripping everything except our criteria: get the current position for the aircraft with tail number G-TTNG. After hitting the “Send Request” button, we should get a response within seconds. If all goes smoothly, we should see the status code of the request and the response payload popping up below the initial request.


The Image Above: Screenshot of Airspace Data from the API Documentation page

The documentation of the response fields should be visible on the left of the response payload, making it easy to interpret the data.

Implementing your own client

The interface shown above is great for prototyping your calls, but of course, you still need to implement your own API client. We will show how easy it is to have a full Python API SDK working with only a few lines of code.

The Image Above: Screenshot of Airspace Data from the API Documentation page

You can download the web service client in your favorite language/framework - we currently support the most popular ones such as C#, Java, PHP, Python, Scala, Swift, and Javascript.

Simply select your option from one of the items in the dropdown menu, and the download will start automatically. Once complete, you need to extract the archive and open the contents in your favorite IDE.


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The file contains valuable information and is tailored to the framework we're interested in. In this case, there are instructions on how to setup up your Python environment in order to be able to run the API client smoothly. There are also code snippets that you can copy/paste directly to your code.

Simple client

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We have copied the snippets from the README file into our own file "" and we only needed to add two things: the authentication string (bearer token) and the search parameter (registration "G-TTNG"), same as the call we have previously created in the testing interface.

First run

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After saving the file, we can open up a terminal and use Python to run the client we have just implemented.

What differentiates us from our competitors?

What differentiates AirNav Radarbox from its competition is what we call AirNav's 3 F's. Flexibility in dealing with each of our customers' requirements. Building Feature-rich and Future-ready products, while focusing on customer satisfaction.” - Andre Brandao, CEO of AirNav Systems.

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