Airports Module

1. Airport Database

FL3XX compiles and updates its own airport database with more than 40,000 entries. The updates correspond to the update cycles of FAA and Eurocontrol data sources, as well as manual data entry. In addition to its own database, FL3XX also utilizes data from aviowiki and other sources to ensure comprehensive and accurate information.

For airport services like FBOs, Fuel providers, etc. FL3XX provides a basic set of information. If a more up to date data is required by the operator, we can upload any kind of source on behalf of the operator.

2. Screen Elements

Search field

Type the ICAO or IATA code, city or country of the airport that you are looking for.


Filter the results of your search based on runway length, region or continent.

Number of entries

See the number of the search results displayed.

In the top bar of the airport page, the ICAO code, city, and name of the airport are displayed. Click on the map icon to see the airport’s position on the map.

Base data

The base data of the airport consists of its location, IATA and ICAO code, website and slot office email.

Airport category

The categories of the airport can be: aerodrome, civil, land, heliport, public, military, water, public, and private. Based on this classification, the system filters the airports where you can or cannot land with the given aircraft when you book a flight.


Users with admin rights can leave internal notes about the given airport to their colleagues in the notes field.

3. Settings

Further settings that can be specified at the airport page are:

  • Runways: the parameters of the runways are specified here. FL3XX filters out the selectable airports for a given aircraft on the sales page based on the data provided here. E.g. the system will not let you select an airport if its runway length is shorter than the requirement of the aircraft that you are booking the flight with.
  • Timing: the average turnaround time, average taxi in time, and average taxi out time are displayed, making each trip more planable for you
  • Opening hours
  • Operational notes
  • Services: all the companies that are providing services that are available at the airport (like catering, ground handling, and fuel) are displayed here, along with their contact info
  • Costs: in case there are some national fees set that apply to the airport, they are displayed here. Otherwise the fees per each aircraft at each airport are set at the aircraft page.
  • Fuel price / index: see the contractors providing fuel at the airport along with their private and commercial prices and indexes.
  • AIP: see all the Aeronautical Information Publication documents of the airport

3.1 Opening Hours

Airport opening hour data is supplied through the aviowiki integration.

Airport opening hours can be complicated, with variations in local time, UTC and seasonal changes. We've significantly enhanced our system for configuring airport opening hours. The concept is as follows:

Open  : You can takeoff and land with any aircraft that complies at least with ICAO Chapter4.

Restricted  : There are factors that may be affecting airport operations, limiting takeoff and landing at your required times. These factors need to be verified for each individual flight.

Closed  : The airport is closed.

The opening hours are displayed with clear traffic light colored visuals in the Airport Panel, the Dispatch module, and can also be displayed in the Crew Briefing.

Any feasibility issues or closures related to your desired flight time will also be displayed in "Check Warnings" section in the Sales module.

Opening Hours Warnings

For more comprehensive information and to make updates to opening hours, see the aviowiki Knowledge Base.


3.2 Operational Notes

At the Airports page, you can set an alert under Operational Notes.

Tick the Alert checkbox and type in the note. You can choose Start and End time for the note, they are both optional.

Alerts are also available for the entire country if Countrywide checkbox is ticked. 

The alert displays a warning in the Sales page after saving the itinerary, and it appears in Dispatch/Airports where the dispatcher needs to approve that they read it by clicking the red box and changing it to green:

The alerts and notes inserted here are also displayed in the Crew Briefing to make sure your crew is well informed about the alert.

4. Services, Costs

In our database we have the vast majority of airport suppliers with their contact information. In dispatch when you book a service we will provide the related contact info. We are permanently adding new suppliers.

You can also add the Arrival/Departure PAX Tax and the actual Fuel Cost to the Airport record. Additionally you can upload into the system your negotiated private fuel prices that will be stored on the Airport page. 

Apart from that, you can add 3 Note fields that are specific to your operation. 

  • Dispatch Notes: For dispatch only; visible in the sections Handling, Ground Transport, Hotac, and Catering

  • Passenger Notes: Will be displayed in the Manifest/Passenger Briefing

  • Crew Notes: Will be displayed for crew in the Crew App and in the Crew Briefing

5. Inaccurate Data

Data in our service provider database comes from FL3XX Internal Source and our integration with Universal Weather & aviowiki. If you come across inaccurate data, please identify the source of the information first, then take the appropriate actions: 


Universal Weather

1. You can check the source, it shows whether or not it comes from universal weather. 

2. If you wish to request updates on the FBO data, you can contact Ruben E.Ruiz Jr. directly at 


1. You can determine the source of the airport information in the General airport information page. If provided by aviowiki, you will see the "Aviowiki ID" field and it's corresponding aviowiki ID code.

To add new airports or make changes to existing airports, visit the aviowiki Knowledge Base.

FL3XX Internal Source

1. You can check the source, it shows whether or not it comes from FL3XX.

2. If you wish to update the data, write to