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Accessing FAA flight data

Accessing FAA flight data

  1. Vhrum

    Lucky,

    In the Rolling Stone article, the writer mentioned how you used to use obscure FAA flight data to predict which flights would be late. What is this data? And where can I find it?

  2. Gaurav

    [USER=898]@Vhrum[/USER] While it may be obscure for most people it’s not hard to look up historical on time performance. You can find it on flightstats.com for example.

  3. Vhrum

    [QUOTE=”Gaurav, post: 8172, member: 79″][USER=898]@Vhrum[/USER] While it may be obscure for most people it’s not hard to look up historical on time performance. You can find it on flightstats.com for example.[/QUOTE]
    It’s really as anticlimactic as that? Of course I know flightstats, but if that’s what the article was referring to that’s completely absurd.

  4. Gaurav

    If you’ve read Ben’s response to the article, I think they might have sensationalized things just a tad.

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