Flight BI: Flight Data

U.S. related flight data from Jan 01, 2018 to today

Description:

The flight dataset contains all flights tracked by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

This dataset can be used to
– Calculate the market size
– Understand growth by origin airport and market
– Observe traffic patterns by weekday, departure windows, aircraft type, and trip length
– Monitor a carrier’s operations
– Evaluate an airline’s on-time performance
– Benchmark carriers’ performance
– Benchmark airport’s performance
– Study airport congestion
– Track aircraft history

Tables included:
– Flight: all commercial and general aviation flights
– GA_Flight: general aviation flights
– Business_Flight: business aviation flights (turboprop & jet only)

Fields included:
– Origin airport
– Destination airport
– Airline
– Aircraft ID
– Aircraft category
– Seats
– Date
– Gate departure
– Departure time
– Arrival time
– Flight time
– Block time
– Miles of the segment
– 22 additional fields

On top of that, there are 8 more fields are available for the Flight table.

Expected workflow:
– Customers provide subscription months and FlightBI grants permissions during that period
– Customers subscribe to a web application developed by FlightBI then use it to get charts and dashboards of flight data stored in Snowflake

Data sources:
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), FlightBI

About the Provider:

Flight BI is a Business Intelligence (BI) solution provider for the global aviation industry. We build data warehouse products and web applications to help airlines, airports, aircraft manufacturers, and other travel-related businesses make data-driven strategic and operational decisions intuitively.

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