FAQs

What is FlightLabs?

The FlightLabs API was created to provide a simple and cost-effective way to access real-time global flight tracking data.

How real-time is FlightLabs data?

Global, real-time flight status updates are delayed by as little as 30-60 seconds. A real-time data integration with one of the most sophisticated aviation data vendors on the market enables this low delay and high frequency of data updates.

How do I change my payment method?

Go to the "Billing" section on your dashboard. There you can update your credit card information. If you are using PayPal, you must make the change directly on your PayPal account.

Can I really cancel anytime?

Yes, absolutely. If you want to cancel your plan, simply go to your account and cancel in the Billing page. If you do cancel, you will continue to have access to all the features until the end of your billing cycle.

What currencies and payment options are available?

Prices are listed in US dollars. All major credit and debit cards are accepted. Our payment system employs cutting-edge security technology and is powered by Stripe, one of the world's most dependable payment processors. If you have any problems paying with a credit card, you can use PayPal.

What type of historical flight data are there?

Our system provides a historical global flight data for the previous three months, allowing the FlightLabs API to deliver historical flight data, including information about routes, flight numbers, location, dates, times, airports, terminals, gates, aircrafts, and much more. More information is available in our API documentation.