Help Needed related terms of Scheduled Response


what is meant by estimatedArrival_Time and filled_departuredtime?
and second thing i ask you how can i search The Flight Information in FlightXml by -OrigionOrDestination with Search(query,howMany,offset) method call.It is available or not?if not then when it available for searching?and if i search by -latlong “28.98 -96.34 30.98 -94.34” in Search method by giving this query it returm me this response

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>

<SOAP-ENV:Envelope xmlns:SOAP-ENV=“” xmlns:xsi=“” xmlns:xsd=“” xmlns:SOAP-ENC=“” xmlns:FlightXML2=“”>SOAP-ENV:BodyFlightXML2:SearchResultsFlightXML2:SearchResultFlightXML2:next_offset-1</FlightXML2:next_offset></FlightXML2:SearchResult></FlightXML2:SearchResults></SOAP-ENV:Body></SOAP-ENV:Envelope>



“estimated arrival time” is the time that FlightAware is estimating the flight will arrive at its destination.

“filed departure time” is the time that the flight was originally scheduled to depart its origin.

The -originOrDestination clause for Search works fine for me. For example, using JSON: … ion%20KSGR

The -latlong clause for Search also works fine for me. For example, using JSON: … 0-94.34%22

Are you meaning to use SOAP? In your last thread you were going to use JSON.


Thanks for explaining terms.I am using Soap Protocol to make request to Server.its work fine for others request that i make to server but it not give me response for search -originOrDestination .Is it Work using soap or Not?

But When i execute your mentioned link … ion%20KSGR

in Browser and i provided the Username and Passsward as APIKey it return me like that.


it is same result like when i request from Soap protocol.i-e

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>-originOrDestination KSGR62

and Result of that is as fellow

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>

<SOAP-ENV:Envelope xmlns:SOAP-ENV=“” xmlns:xsi=“” xmlns:xsd=“” xmlns:SOAP-ENC=“” xmlns:FlightXML2=“”>SOAP-ENV:Body



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The results will be identical in SOAP if you are issuing the request identically. Note that “Search” only returns flights that are actually flying at that moment by default. If you are attempting searches right now for US airports (late at night) then it is not surprising that you will get few or no results for most queries.

If you include “-inAir 0” as a part of the query string then it will expand the results to include recently landed or near-term future flights.


Okay thanks alot,Is flightBooking Module is Available in this API?



We do not handle ticketing or booking, unfortunately.