Aircraft Response element

The Aircraft Response Element is returned for the following request type:

Table of Contents
Aircraft
Element Cardinality Description
id 0..1 A numerical key which is unique to each aircraft. It's identical to FGId
age 0..1 The duration that has elapsed since the Build Date.
ageAtRetirement 0..1 The duration between the Build Date and the retirement date.
blockNumber 0..1 An internal number used by Boeing that's unique to the aircraft. Much like a serial number, except with more information on configuration.
fgid 0..1 A numerical key which is unique to each aircraft.
fleetNumber 0..1 An identification used by some airlines to quickly identify aircraft within their fleet. It changes when an aircraft changes operator, so it is not tied to the serial number.
lineNumber 0..1 Aircraft line or fuselage number (production sequence).
orderId 0..1 A Cirium numerical value used to tie together a group of aircraft into a single order. For example, 100 aircraft with a status of LOI will be assigned an Order ID, this order is then split into 2 orders of 50 aircraft each with a status of On order, each new group will be assigned a new Order ID.
registration 0..1 Registration number of aircraft as per the Certificate of Registration, registered with the governing body of the country where registration resides, e.g. FAA for the USA or CAA for the UK.
serialNumber 0..1 Aircraft serial number (Constructor No), also known as MSN.
aircraftBaseLocation 0..1 See AircraftBaseLocation
status 0..1 See AircraftStatus
type 0..1 See AircraftType
apu 0..1 See AircraftAPU
operator 0..1 See AircraftOperator
originalOperator 0..1 See AircraftOriginalOperator
owner 0..1 See AircraftOwner
manager 0..1 See AircraftManager
subLessor 0..1 See AircraftSubLessor
trustOwner 0..1 See AircraftTrustOwner
operatedFor 0..1 See AircraftOperatedFor
operatorGroup 0..1 See AircraftOperatorGroup
operationalLessor 0..1 See AircraftOperationalLessor
participants 0..1 Participant of any financial transactions such as loans, mortgages, tax lease etc. The role of each participant could include (but is not limited to) arranger, debt provider, equity provider, guarantor etc and can include the names of groups or portfolio’s involved in finance deals that identify pools of aircraft.
engines 0..1 See AircraftEngine
hoursCycles 0..1 See AircraftHoursCycles
keyDates 0..1 See AircraftKeyDates
lease 0..1 See AircraftLease
marketGroupingAscend 0..1 See AircraftMarketGroupingAscend
marketGroupingDesignPurpose 0..1 See AircraftMarketGroupingDesignPurpose
seats 0..1 See AircraftSeats
storageConversionLocation 0..1 See AircraftStorageConversionLocation
technicalSpecifications 0..1 See AircraftTechnicalSpecifications
usage 0..1 See AircraftUsage
valuesLeaseRates 0..1 See AircraftValuesLeaseRates
AircraftBaseLocation
Element Cardinality Description
city 0..1 The city in which an aircraft is based. For our business aviation and helicopter datasets, this is defined as the city where the aircraft is most frequently operating. For fixed wing aircraft, this is usually associated with a specific airport.
country 0..1 The country in which an aircraft is based. For our business aviation and helicopter datasets, this is defined as the country where the aircraft is most frequently operating. For fixed wing aircraft, this is usually associated with a specific airport.
icao 0..1 The ICAO code for the airport in which an aircraft is based. This field is typically only populated for fixed wing aircraft. The Base location is derived from how often an aircraft stops at a location, how long it spends at a location, and how often it overnights at a location.
iata 0..1 The IATA code for the airport in which an aircraft is based. This field is typically only populated for fixed wing aircraft. The Base location is derived from how often an aircraft stops at a location, how long it spends at a location, and how often it overnights at a location.
name 0..1 The Airport in which an aircraft is based. This field is typically only populated for fixed wing aircraft. The Base location is derived from how often an aircraft stops at a location, how long it spends at a location, and how often it overnights at a location.
region 0..1 The region in which an aircraft is based. For our business aviation and helicopter datasets, this is defined as the region where the aircraft is most frequently operating. For fixed wing aircraft, this is usually associated with a specific airport.
state 0..1 The state in which an aircraft is based. For our business aviation and helicopter datasets, this is defined as the state where the aircraft is most frequently operating. For fixed wing aircraft, this is usually associated with a specific airport.
AircraftStatus
Element Cardinality Description
status 0..1 Status of an aircraft, e.g. Cancelled, Type Swap, LOI to Option, LOI to Order, On Option, On Order, In Service, Storage, Retired or Written Off.
changeDate 0..1 The date when the aircraft last had a change in status i.e. Cancelled, Type Swap, LOI to Option, LOI to Order, On Option, On Order, In Service, Storage, Retired or Written Off.
durationInYear 0..1 The duration since the aircraft last had a change in status i.e. Cancelled, Type Swap, LOI to Option, LOI to Order, On Option, On Order, In Service, Storage, Retired or Written Off.
AircraftType
Element Cardinality Description
family 0..1 Part of the aircraft taxonomy i.e. Manufacturer, Family, Type, Master Series, Series, Sub Series, and Modifiers. This sits between Manufacturer and Type and groups related types together. e.g. A320 family contains the following aircraft types A318, A319, A320 and A321.
manufacturer 0..1 Part of the aircraft taxonomy i.e. Manufacturer, Family, Type, Master Series, Series, Sub Series, and Modifiers. Name of aircraft manufacturer currently responsible for manufacture of the aircraft. Holds the aircraft type certificate., e.g. Airbus helicopters rather than Eurocopter.
masterSeries 0..1 Part of the aircraft taxonomy i.e. Manufacturer, Family, Type, Master Series, Series, Sub Series, and Modifiers. High level grouping of similar aircraft series for analytical purposes, based on common dimensions and to identify aircraft series that share airworthiness properties. A master series contains aircraft series from within one aircraft model, e.g. 747-100, -200, -300, -400, -8 and SP.
minorVariant 0..1 This is an addendum to Sub Series and is used to indicate minor changes in designation such as customer numbers or local names/designations for sub series, examples would be older style Boeing customer codes such as 747-436 or military designations such as VC-99B for the ERJ-135s of the Brazilian Air Force.
series 0..1 Part of the aircraft taxonomy i.e. Manufacturer, Family, Type, Master Series, Series, Sub Series, and Modifiers. An intermediate level between Master Series and Sub Series, including a suffix denoting freight, combi, convertible and range variants.
subSeries 0..1 Part of the aircraft taxonomy i.e. Manufacturer, Family, Type, Master Series, Series, Sub Series, and Modifiers. Lowest designation for the aircraft as used by the aircraft manufacturer, excluding customer variants.
type 0..1 Part of the aircraft taxonomy i.e. Manufacturer, Family, Type, Master Series, Series, Sub Series, and Modifiers. Aircraft manufacturer's designation for the aircraft.
valueSubSeries 0..1 The most granular level an aircraft family can be broken down to for valuation purposes. E.g. A320-200, A320neo, 737-800, 737 Max 8, 777-300ER, 777-200. Even though more granular levels exist (E.g. A320-232, A320-212 etc.), for valuation purposes these are rolled up in to Aircraft Value Sub Series.
modifiers 0..1 Lists modifications made to the aircraft, for example, Noise Reduction Modifiers, Undercarriage Modifiers, Weight Modifiers, Floats, and Winglet/Sharklet Modifiers.
AircraftAPU
Element Cardinality Description
manufacturer 0..1 Part of the APU taxonomy i.e. Manufacturer, Type, and Sub Series. The company responsible for the manufacture of an aircraft's APU, i.e. company which holds the APU type certificate.
subSeries 0..1 Part of the APU taxonomy i.e. Manufacturer, Type, and Sub Series. The lowest designation for an APU as used by the APU Manufacturer.
type 0..1 Part of the APU taxonomy i.e. Manufacturer, Type, and Sub Series. APU Manufacturer's type designation for an APU.
AircraftOperator
Element Cardinality Description
id 0..1 The Cirium ID of the company with the role of Operator (every company in the Cirium database has a unique ID).
name 0..1 The name of the organisation which operates the aircraft and is receiving the primary operational benefit of the asset.An airline is example of an operator. In situations where an aircraft is leased-out; on either a 'wet' or 'dry' lease basis to a different operator, the contracting lessee will be recorded as the operator. Note also, the Operator can be recorded as a operating leasing company in circumstances where a current aircraft is not currently on lease, or a future lease has not been arranged in advance of new aircraft delivery.
category 0..1 The Category of company with the role of Operator. All companies are assigned a single category and type.E.g.Category = Finance and Professional, Type = Operating Lessor.
type 0..1 The Type of company with the role of Operator.All companies are assigned a single category and type.E.g.Category = Finance and Professional, Type = Operating Lessor.
status 0..1 The status of the company with the role of Operator. All companies are assigned a single status e.g.In start-up, Operating, Suspended, Ceased, Merged, Did not Start Ops.
region 0..1 The geographic region of the main headquarters of the company with the role of Operator.
country 0..1 The geographic country of the main headquarters of the company with the role of Operator.
state 0..1 The geographic state of the main headquarters of the company with the role of Operator.
durationInMonths 0..1 The duration the aircraft has been with the current operator.
deliveryDate 0..1 The date aircraft was delivered to its current operator.
iata 0..1 The IATA code for the current operator.
icao 0..1 The ICAO code for the current operator.
AircraftOriginalOperator
Element Cardinality Description
id 0..1 The Cirium ID of the company with the role of Original Operator (every company in the Cirium database has a unique ID).
name 0..1 The name of the Operator which took first delivery of the aircraft from the manufacturer.
category 0..1 The Category of company with the role of Original Operator. All companies are assigned a single category and type. E.g. Category = Finance and Professional, Type = Operating Lessor.
type 0..1 The Type of company with the role of Original Operator. All companies are assigned a single category and type. E.g. Category = Finance and Professional, Type = Operating Lessor.
status 0..1 The status of the company with the role of Original Operator. All companies are assigned a single status e.g. In start-up, Operating, Suspended, Ceased, Merged, Did not Start Ops.
region 0..1 The geographic region of the main headquarters of the company with the role of Original Operator.
country 0..1 The geographic country of the main headquarters of the company with the role of Original Operator.
state 0..1 The geographic state of the main headquarters of the company with the role of Original Operator.
AircraftOwner
Element Cardinality Description
id 0..1 The Cirium ID of the company with the role of Owner (every company in the Cirium database has a unique ID).
name 0..1 The name of the Owner of the aircraft as registered with the governing body of the country where registration resides, e.g. FAA for the USA or CAA for the UK.
category 0..1 The Category of company with the role of Owner. All companies are assigned a single category and type. E.g. Category = Finance and Professional, Type = Operating Lessor.
type 0..1 The Type of company with the role of Owner. All companies are assigned a single category and type. E.g. Category = Finance and Professional, Type = Operating Lessor.
status 0..1 The status of the company with the role of Owner. All companies are assigned a single status e.g. In start-up, Operating, Suspended, Ceased, Merged, Did not Start Ops.
region 0..1 The geographic region of the main headquarters of the company with the role of Owner.
country 0..1 The geographic country of the main headquarters of the company with the role of Owner.
state 0..1 The geographic state of the main headquarters of the company with the role of Owner.
AircraftManager
Element Cardinality Description
id 0..1 The Cirium ID of the company with the role of Manager (every company in the Cirium database has a unique ID).
name 0..1 The name of the company responsible for the operational management or the leasing arrangements of an aircraft.
category 0..1 The Category of company with the role of manager. All companies are assigned a single category and type. E.g. Category = Finance and Professional, Type = Operating Lessor.
type 0..1 The Type of company with the role of manager. All companies are assigned a single category and type. E.g. Category = Finance and Professional, Type = Operating Lessor.
status 0..1 The status of the company with the role of manager. All companies are assigned a single status e.g. In start-up, Operating, Suspended, Ceased, Merged, Did not Start Ops.
region 0..1 The geographic region of the main headquarters of the company with the role of manager.
country 0..1 The geographic country of the main headquarters of the company with the role of manager.
state 0..1 The geographic state of the main headquarters of the company with the role of manager.
AircraftSubLessor
Element Cardinality Description
id 0..1 The Cirium ID of the company with the role of Sub Lessor (every company in the Cirium database has a unique ID).
name 0..1 Company responsible for the commercial marketing for an aircraft and who leases an aircraft to an operator.
category 0..1 The Category of company with the role of Sub Lessor. All companies are assigned a single category and type. E.g. Category = Finance and Professional, Type = Operating Lessor.
type 0..1 The Type of company with the role of Sub Lessor. All companies are assigned a single category and type. E.g. Category = Finance and Professional, Type = Operating Lessor.
status 0..1 The status of the company with the role of Sub Lessor. All companies are assigned a single status e.g. In start-up, Operating, Suspended, Ceased, Merged, Did not Start Ops.
region 0..1 The geographic region of the main headquarters of the company with the role of Sub Lessor.
country 0..1 The geographic country of the main headquarters of the company with the role of Sub Lessor.
state 0..1 The geographic state of the main headquarters of the company with the role of Sub Lessor.
AircraftTrustOwner
Element Cardinality Description
id 0..1 The Cirium ID of the company with the role of Trust Owner (every company in the Cirium database has a unique ID).
name 0..1 An organisation that performs the role of managing the ownership of an aircraft for other parties. This can be seen in the USA where non-US organisations are prevented from owning US-registered aircraft and Trust companies based in the US are used to take on the ownership in trust, to allow the ownership and registration of the aircraft. They can also provide specific skills needed to own aircraft and the associated reporting and contracts that are required.
category 0..1 The Category of company with the role of Trust Owner. All companies are assigned a single category and type. E.g. Category = Finance and Professional, Type = Operating Lessor.
type 0..1 The Type of company with the role of Trust Owner. All companies are assigned a single category and type. E.g. Category = Finance and Professional, Type = Operating Lessor.
status 0..1 The status of the company with the role of Trust Owner. All companies are assigned a single status e.g. In start-up, Operating, Suspended, Ceased, Merged, Did not Start Ops.
region 0..1 The geographic region of the main headquarters of the company with the role of Trust Owner.
country 0..1 The geographic country of the main headquarters of the company with the role of Trust Owner.
state 0..1 The geographic state of the main headquarters of the company with the role of Trust Owner.
AircraftOperatedFor
Element Cardinality Description
id 0..1 The Cirium ID of the company with the role of Operated For (every company in the Cirium database has a unique ID).
name 0..1 An aircraft may be flown by an Operator (in the Operator role for the aircraft) on behalf of another organisation (in the Operated For role for the aircraft). This is often due to a lack of capability to pilot or operate the aircraft themselves. For example, a private operator may fly an aircraft for a non-commercial organisation such as a hospital.
category 0..1 The Category of company with the role of Operated For. All companies are assigned a single category and type. E.g. Category = Finance and Professional, Type = Operating Lessor.
type 0..1 The Type of company with the role of Operated For. All companies are assigned a single category and type. E.g. Category = Finance and Professional, Type = Operating Lessor.
status 0..1 The status of the company with the role of Operated For. All companies are assigned a single status e.g. In start-up, Operating, Suspended, Ceased, Merged, Did not Start Ops.
region 0..1 The geographic region of the main headquarters of the company with the role of Operated For.
country 0..1 The geographic country of the main headquarters of the company with the role of Operated For.
state 0..1 The geographic state of the main headquarters of the company with the role of Operated For.
AircraftOperatorGroup
Element Cardinality Description
id 0..1 The Cirium ID of the company with the role of Operator (every company in the Cirium database has a unique ID).
name 0..1 The name of the Group which contains organisations that an aircraft operates on behalf of. It is different to Operated For as the groups are usually made up of several operators who in turn have the capability to operate their aircraft but are branded under one group. Examples would be the US feeder airlines where one or more airlines are used to operate under one brand that is not itself an airline. It also caters for grouping operators who are part of a wider group such as CHC Helicopters or Bristows.
category 0..1 The Category of company with the role of Operator Group. All companies are assigned a single category and type. E.g. Category = Finance and Professional, Type = Operating Lessor.
type 0..1 The Type of company with the role of Operator Group. All companies are assigned a single category and type. E.g. Category = Finance and Professional, Type = Operating Lessor.
status 0..1 The status of the company with the role of Operator Group. All companies are assigned a single status e.g. In start-up, Operating, Suspended, Ceased, Merged, Did not Start Ops.
region 0..1 The geographic region of the main headquarters of the company with the role of Operator Group.
country 0..1 The geographic country of the main headquarters of the company with the role of Operator Group.
state 0..1 The geographic state of the main headquarters of the company with the role of Operator Group.
AircraftOperationalLessor
Element Cardinality Description
id 0..1 The Cirium ID of the company with the role of Operational Lessor (every company in the Cirium database has a unique ID).
name 0..1 If the manager role is fulfilled by a company of Company Type = Operating Lessor, then the Manager is also identified as the Operational Lessor.
category 0..1 The Category of company with the role of Operational Lessor. All companies are assigned a single category and type. E.g. Category = Finance and Professional, Type = Operating Lessor.
type 0..1 The Type of company with the role of Operational Lessor. All companies are assigned a single category and type. E.g. Category = Finance and Professional, Type = Operating Lessor.
status 0..1 The status of the company with the role of Operational Lessor. All companies are assigned a single status e.g. In start-up, Operating, Suspended, Ceased, Merged, Did not Start Ops.
region 0..1 The geographic region of the main headquarters of the company with the role of Operational Lessor.
country 0..1 The geographic country of the main headquarters of the company with the role of Operational Lessor.
state 0..1 The geographic state of the main headquarters of the company with the role of Operational Lessor.
AircraftEngine
Element Cardinality Description
family 0..1 Group of related engine models sharing airworthiness properties. (Part of a six-tier hierarchy: Engine Manufacturer, Engine Family, Engine Type, Engine Master Series, Engine Series, Engine Sub Series.)
manufacturer 0..1 Company currently responsible for the manufacture of an aircraft's engines. Holds the engine type certificate. (Part of a six-tier hierarchy: Engine Manufacturer, Engine Family, Engine Type, Engine Master Series, Engine Series, Engine Sub Series.)
masterSeries 0..1 A high level grouping of similar Engine series for analytical purposes and to identify Engine series that share airworthiness properties. A master series contains Engine series from within one Engine Type. (Part of a six-tier hierarchy: Engine Manufacturer, Engine Family, Engine Type, Engine Master Series, Engine Series, Engine Sub Series.)
series 0..1 An intermediate level between Master Series and Sub-Series. (Part of a six-tier hierarchy: Engine Manufacturer, Engine Family, Engine Type, Engine Master Series, Engine Series, Engine Sub Series.)
subSeries 0..1 Lowest designation for an engine as used by the Engine Manufacturer. (Part of a six-tier hierarchy: Engine Manufacturer, Engine Family, Engine Type, Engine Master Series, Engine Series, Engine Sub Series.)
type 0..1 Engine manufacturer's designation for the Engine. (Part of a six-tier hierarchy: Engine Manufacturer, Engine Family, Engine Type, Engine Master Series, Engine Series, Engine Sub Series.)
numberOfEngines 0..1 The total number of engines on an aircraft.
AircraftHoursCycles
Element Cardinality Description
averageAnnualCycles 0..1 The average cycles per year over the lifetime of the aircraft.
averageAnnualHours 0..1 The average hours per year over the lifetime of the aircraft.
averageDailyUtilisation 0..1 The average hours per day in service over the lifetime of the aircraft.
averageFlightTime 0..1 The total cumulative hours/total cumulative cycles.
averageFlightTimeWithOperator 0..1 The total cumulative hours with current operator/total cumulative cycles with current operator.
cumulativeCycles 0..1 Total accumulated take-offs and landings (Cycles) for an aircraft.
cumulativeCyclesWithOperator 0..1 Total accumulated take-offs and landings (Cycles) with the current operator for an aircraft.
cumulativeHours 0..1 Total accumulated hours for an aircraft.
cumulativeHoursWithOperator 0..1 Total accumulated hours with the current operator for an aircraft.
hoursAndCyclesDate 0..1 The date on which the aircraft's hours and cycles were last reported to Cirium.
previous12MonthsAverageDailyUtilisation 0..1 The average hours per day in service over the previous 12 months.
previous12MonthsCycles 0..1 Cycles accumulated during the previous 12 months.
previous12MonthsHours 0..1 Hours accumulated during the previous 12 months.
previousMonthCycles 0..1 Cycles accumulated during the previous 1 month.
previousMonthHours 0..1 Hours accumulated during the previous 1 month.
AircraftKeyDates
Element Cardinality Description
buildYear 0..1 For fixed-wing aircraft, Build Year is the year of the aircraft’s delivery date. If the aircraft performed its first flight more than 12 months prior to its delivery date, then Build Year is taken as the year of the first flight. For helicopters, this is defined by when the construction number plate is attached to the airframe or delivery date (where no serial number plate or OEM confirmation is known).
deliveryDate 0..1 Date on which aircraft was delivered to Original Owner.
firstFlightDate 0..1 The date on which the aircraft first flew.
inServiceDate 0..1 The date on which aircraft was placed In Service.
orderDate 0..1 The date on which aircraft order was placed i.e. a status of On Order. Does not apply to LOI to Order, LOI to Option etc.
AircraftLease
Element Cardinality Description
dryWet 0..1 For aircraft that are currently on lease. This will identify if it's a wet, or dry lease.
durationInMonths 0..1 For an aircraft that is currently on lease, this is the duration in months since the start of the lease.
end 0..1 For an aircraft that is currently on lease, this is the date at which the lease is due to end.
start 0..1 For an aircraft that is currently on lease, this is the date on which the lease started.
type 0..1 For aircraft that is currently on lease, this will identify if it's a direct lease, or a sub lease.
AircraftMarketGroupingAscend
Element Cardinality Description
aircraftClass 0..1 A grouping method previously used by the ASO Fleets product. A set of twelve groups: Business Jets, Business Pistons, Business Turboprops, Jets (Western built), Jets (Eastern Built), Military Fixed Wing, Piston Helicopters (Eastern Built), Piston Helicopters (Western Built), Turbine Helicopters (Eastern Built), Turbine Helicopters (Western Built), Turboprops (Western Built)
AircraftMarketGroupingDesignPurpose
Element Cardinality Description
marketClass 0..1 Part of a 3-level grouping hierarchy (Market Sector, Market Class, Market Grouping). Market Class contains 23 different groups, including Business Jets, Business Pistons, Business Turboprops, Civil Piston Helicopters, Civil Turbine Helicopter
marketGrouping 0..1 Part of a 3-level grouping hierarchy (Market Sector, Market Class, Market Grouping). Market Grouping contains 75 different groups, including Business Jets - Bizliners - Narrowbody, Business Jets - Bizliners - Widebody, Business Jets - Large, Business Jets - Light, Business Jets - Long Range
marketSector 0..1 Part of a 3-level grouping hierarchy (Market Sector, Market Class, Market Grouping). Market Sector contains 8 different groups, i.e. Business, Commercial, General Aviation, Helicopters, Military Fixed-wing, Tiltrotor, UAV, Utility Transport.
sovietBuilt 0..1 Identifies whether the aircraft is soviet built or not. Outputs are: Not Soviet Built, Soviet Built.
AircraftSeatsBusinessClass
Element Cardinality Description
cabinName 0..1 The brand name that an airline gives a particular cabin class on their aircraft.
internetModel 0..1 The product name of the Internet Connectivity system installed on the aircraft.
internetOEM 0..1 The manufacturer name of the Internet Connectivity system installed on the aircraft.
numberOfConvertedSeats 0..1 The minimum number of passenger seats which are remaining once conversion from one saleable seat class to another has taken place.
numberOfConvertibleSeats 0..1 The maximum number of passenger seats which can be converted for use from one saleable seat class to another.
numberOfSeats 0..1 Total number of passenger seats available for sale and occupation in the class cabin.
paidConnectivity 0..1 The provision of internet connectivity to passengers as a paid service.
phoneModel 0..1 The product name of the Telephone Connectivity system installed on the aircraft.
phoneOEM 0..1 The manufacturer name of the Telephone Connectivity system installed on the aircraft.
powerOutlet 0..1 The availability of electric power to the passenger seats in an aircraft cabin.
primaryIFEModel 0..1 The product name of the In Flight Entertainment system installed on the aircraft.
primaryIFEOEM 0..1 The manufacturer name of the In Flight Entertainment system installed on the aircraft.
primaryIFEScreenSizeInInches 0..1 The diagonal measurement in inches of an In Flight Entertainment screen.
seatModel 0..1 The product name of the passenger seats installed on the aircraft.
seatOEM 0..1 The manufacturer name of the seats installed in that cabin on the aircraft.
seatPitchInInches 0..1 The number of Inches measuring the distance between two rows of passenger seats in an aircraft cabin.
seatReclineInDegress 0..1 The maximum number of degrees which a passenger seat can move from an upright position to a reclined position.
seatReclineInInches 0..1 The maximum number of inches which a passenger seat can move from an upright position to a reclined position.
seatSupportOEM 0..1 The name of the seat manufacturer which administers support for seats originally built by another manufacturer.
seatWidthInInches 0..1 The distance in inches measuring the width of a passenger seat. Measurements stated can vary depending on how the width is measured.
seatsAbreast 0..1 The arrangement of a row of seats installed across the width of an aircraft cabin. Dash symbols indicate the aisle between seats.
seatsConvertedToClass 0..1 The saleable seat class which the seats are converted to.
AircraftSeatsEconomyClass
Element Cardinality Description
cabinName 0..1 The brand name that an airline gives a particular cabin class on their aircraft.
internetModel 0..1 The product name of the Internet Connectivity system installed on the aircraft.
internetOEM 0..1 The manufacturer name of the Internet Connectivity system installed on the aircraft.
numberOfConvertedSeats 0..1 The minimum number of passenger seats which are remaining once conversion from one saleable seat class to another has taken place.
numberOfConvertibleSeats 0..1 The maximum number of passenger seats which can be converted for use from one saleable seat class to another.
numberOfSeats 0..1 Total number of passenger seats available for sale and occupation in the class cabin.
paidConnectivity 0..1 The provision of internet connectivity to passengers as a paid service.
phoneModel 0..1 The product name of the Telephone Connectivity system installed on the aircraft.
phoneOEM 0..1 The manufacturer name of the Telephone Connectivity system installed on the aircraft.
powerOutlet 0..1 The availability of electric power to the passenger seats in an aircraft cabin.
primaryIFEModel 0..1 The product name of the In Flight Entertainment system installed on the aircraft.
primaryIFEOEM 0..1 The manufacturer name of the In Flight Entertainment system installed on the aircraft.
primaryIFEScreenSizeInInches 0..1 The diagonal measurement in inches of an In Flight Entertainment screen.
seatModel 0..1 The product name of the passenger seats installed on the aircraft.
seatOEM 0..1 The manufacturer name of the seats installed in that cabin on the aircraft.
seatPitchInInches 0..1 The number of Inches measuring the distance between two rows of passenger seats in an aircraft cabin.
seatReclineInDegress 0..1 The maximum number of degrees which a passenger seat can move from an upright position to a reclined position.
seatReclineInInches 0..1 The maximum number of inches which a passenger seat can move from an upright position to a reclined position.
seatSupportOEM 0..1 The name of the seat manufacturer which administers support for seats originally built by another manufacturer.
seatWidthInInches 0..1 The distance in inches measuring the width of a passenger seat. Measurements stated can vary depending on how the width is measured.
seatsAbreast 0..1 The arrangement of a row of seats installed across the width of an aircraft cabin. Dash symbols indicate the aisle between seats.
seatsConvertedToClass 0..1 The saleable seat class which the seats are converted to.
AircraftSeatsFirstClass
Element Cardinality Description
cabinName 0..1 The brand name that an airline gives a particular cabin class on their aircraft.
internetModel 0..1 The product name of the Internet Connectivity system installed on the aircraft.
internetOEM 0..1 The manufacturer name of the Internet Connectivity system installed on the aircraft.
numberOfConvertedSeats 0..1 The minimum number of passenger seats which are remaining once conversion from one saleable seat class to another has taken place.
numberOfConvertibleSeats 0..1 The maximum number of passenger seats which can be converted for use from one saleable seat class to another.
numberOfSeats 0..1 Total number of passenger seats available for sale and occupation in the class cabin.
paidConnectivity 0..1 The provision of internet connectivity to passengers as a paid service.
phoneModel 0..1 The product name of the Telephone Connectivity system installed on the aircraft.
phoneOEM 0..1 The manufacturer name of the Telephone Connectivity system installed on the aircraft.
powerOutlet 0..1 The availability of electric power to the passenger seats in an aircraft cabin.
primaryIFEModel 0..1 The product name of the In Flight Entertainment system installed on the aircraft.
primaryIFEOEM 0..1 The manufacturer name of the In Flight Entertainment system installed on the aircraft.
primaryIFEScreenSizeInInches 0..1 The diagonal measurement in inches of an In Flight Entertainment screen.
seatModel 0..1 The product name of the passenger seats installed on the aircraft.
seatOEM 0..1 The manufacturer name of the seats installed in that cabin on the aircraft.
seatPitchInInches 0..1 The number of Inches measuring the distance between two rows of passenger seats in an aircraft cabin.
seatReclineInDegress 0..1 The maximum number of degrees which a passenger seat can move from an upright position to a reclined position.
seatReclineInInches 0..1 The maximum number of inches which a passenger seat can move from an upright position to a reclined position.
seatSupportOEM 0..1 The name of the seat manufacturer which administers support for seats originally built by another manufacturer.
seatWidthInInches 0..1 The distance in inches measuring the width of a passenger seat. Measurements stated can vary depending on how the width is measured.
seatsAbreast 0..1 The arrangement of a row of seats installed across the width of an aircraft cabin. Dash symbols indicate the aisle between seats.
seatsConvertedToClass 0..1 The saleable seat class which the seats are converted to.
AircraftSeatsOtherUtility
Element Cardinality Description
cabinName 0..1 The brand name that an airline gives a particular cabin class on their aircraft.
internetModel 0..1 The product name of the Internet Connectivity system installed on the aircraft.
internetOEM 0..1 The manufacturer name of the Internet Connectivity system installed on the aircraft.
numberOfConvertedSeats 0..1 The minimum number of passenger seats which are remaining once conversion from one saleable seat class to another has taken place.
numberOfConvertibleSeats 0..1 The maximum number of passenger seats which can be converted for use from one saleable seat class to another.
numberOfSeats 0..1 Total number of passenger seats available for sale and occupation in the class cabin.
paidConnectivity 0..1 The provision of internet connectivity to passengers as a paid service.
phoneModel 0..1 The product name of the Telephone Connectivity system installed on the aircraft.
phoneOEM 0..1 The manufacturer name of the Telephone Connectivity system installed on the aircraft.
powerOutlet 0..1 The availability of electric power to the passenger seats in an aircraft cabin.
primaryIFEModel 0..1 The product name of the In Flight Entertainment system installed on the aircraft.
primaryIFEOEM 0..1 The manufacturer name of the In Flight Entertainment system installed on the aircraft.
primaryIFEScreenSizeInInches 0..1 The diagonal measurement in inches of an In Flight Entertainment screen.
seatModel 0..1 The product name of the passenger seats installed on the aircraft.
seatOEM 0..1 The manufacturer name of the seats installed in that cabin on the aircraft.
seatPitchInInches 0..1 The number of Inches measuring the distance between two rows of passenger seats in an aircraft cabin.
seatReclineInDegress 0..1 The maximum number of degrees which a passenger seat can move from an upright position to a reclined position.
seatReclineInInches 0..1 The maximum number of inches which a passenger seat can move from an upright position to a reclined position.
seatSupportOEM 0..1 The name of the seat manufacturer which administers support for seats originally built by another manufacturer.
seatWidthInInches 0..1 The distance in inches measuring the width of a passenger seat. Measurements stated can vary depending on how the width is measured.
seatsAbreast 0..1 The arrangement of a row of seats installed across the width of an aircraft cabin. Dash symbols indicate the aisle between seats.
seatsConvertedToClass 0..1 The saleable seat class which the seats are converted to.
AircraftSeatsPremiumEconomy
Element Cardinality Description
cabinName 0..1 The brand name that an airline gives a particular cabin class on their aircraft.
internetModel 0..1 The product name of the Internet Connectivity system installed on the aircraft.
internetOEM 0..1 The manufacturer name of the Internet Connectivity system installed on the aircraft.
numberOfConvertedSeats 0..1 The minimum number of passenger seats which are remaining once conversion from one saleable seat class to another has taken place.
numberOfConvertibleSeats 0..1 The maximum number of passenger seats which can be converted for use from one saleable seat class to another.
numberOfSeats 0..1 Total number of passenger seats available for sale and occupation in the class cabin.
paidConnectivity 0..1 The provision of internet connectivity to passengers as a paid service.
phoneModel 0..1 The product name of the Telephone Connectivity system installed on the aircraft.
phoneOEM 0..1 The manufacturer name of the Telephone Connectivity system installed on the aircraft.
powerOutlet 0..1 The availability of electric power to the passenger seats in an aircraft cabin.
primaryIFEModel 0..1 The product name of the In Flight Entertainment system installed on the aircraft.
primaryIFEOEM 0..1 The manufacturer name of the In Flight Entertainment system installed on the aircraft.
primaryIFEScreenSizeInInches 0..1 The diagonal measurement in inches of an In Flight Entertainment screen.
seatModel 0..1 The product name of the passenger seats installed on the aircraft.
seatOEM 0..1 The manufacturer name of the seats installed in that cabin on the aircraft.
seatPitchInInches 0..1 The number of Inches measuring the distance between two rows of passenger seats in an aircraft cabin.
seatReclineInDegress 0..1 The maximum number of degrees which a passenger seat can move from an upright position to a reclined position.
seatReclineInInches 0..1 The maximum number of inches which a passenger seat can move from an upright position to a reclined position.
seatSupportOEM 0..1 The name of the seat manufacturer which administers support for seats originally built by another manufacturer.
seatWidthInInches 0..1 The distance in inches measuring the width of a passenger seat. Measurements stated can vary depending on how the width is measured.
seatsAbreast 0..1 The arrangement of a row of seats installed across the width of an aircraft cabin. Dash symbols indicate the aisle between seats.
seatsConvertedToClass 0..1 The saleable seat class which the seats are converted to.
AircraftSeatsVIP
Element Cardinality Description
cabinName 0..1 The brand name that an airline gives a particular cabin class on their aircraft.
internetModel 0..1 The product name of the Internet Connectivity system installed on the aircraft.
internetOEM 0..1 The manufacturer name of the Internet Connectivity system installed on the aircraft.
numberOfConvertedSeats 0..1 The minimum number of passenger seats which are remaining once conversion from one saleable seat class to another has taken place.
numberOfConvertibleSeats 0..1 The maximum number of passenger seats which can be converted for use from one saleable seat class to another.
numberOfSeats 0..1 Total number of passenger seats available for sale and occupation in the class cabin.
paidConnectivity 0..1 The provision of internet connectivity to passengers as a paid service.
phoneModel 0..1 The product name of the Telephone Connectivity system installed on the aircraft.
phoneOEM 0..1 The manufacturer name of the Telephone Connectivity system installed on the aircraft.
powerOutlet 0..1 The availability of electric power to the passenger seats in an aircraft cabin.
primaryIFEModel 0..1 The product name of the In Flight Entertainment system installed on the aircraft.
primaryIFEOEM 0..1 The manufacturer name of the In Flight Entertainment system installed on the aircraft.
primaryIFEScreenSizeInInches 0..1 The diagonal measurement in inches of an In Flight Entertainment screen.
seatModel 0..1 The product name of the passenger seats installed on the aircraft.
seatOEM 0..1 The manufacturer name of the seats installed in that cabin on the aircraft.
seatPitchInInches 0..1 The number of Inches measuring the distance between two rows of passenger seats in an aircraft cabin.
seatReclineInDegress 0..1 The maximum number of degrees which a passenger seat can move from an upright position to a reclined position.
seatReclineInInches 0..1 The maximum number of inches which a passenger seat can move from an upright position to a reclined position.
seatSupportOEM 0..1 The name of the seat manufacturer which administers support for seats originally built by another manufacturer.
seatWidthInInches 0..1 The distance in inches measuring the width of a passenger seat. Measurements stated can vary depending on how the width is measured.
seatsAbreast 0..1 The arrangement of a row of seats installed across the width of an aircraft cabin. Dash symbols indicate the aisle between seats.
seatsConvertedToClass 0..1 The saleable seat class which the seats are converted to.
AircraftSeats
Element Cardinality Description
seatsBusinessClass 0..1 See AircraftSeatsBusinessClass
seatsEconomyClass 0..1 See AircraftSeatsEconomyClass
seatsFirstClass 0..1 See AircraftSeatsFirstClass
seatsOtherUtility 0..1 See AircraftSeatsOtherUtility
seatsPremiumEconomy 0..1 See AircraftSeatsPremiumEconomy
seatsVIP 0..1 See AircraftSeatsVIP
numberOfSeats 0..1 The total number of seats on an aircraft.
AircraftStorageConversionLocation
Element Cardinality Description
location 0..1 The location (typically an airport) where an aircraft is stored.
city 0..1 The city in which an aircraft is stored.
country 0..1 The country in which an aircraft is stored.
region 0..1 The region in which an aircraft is stored.
state 0..1 The state in which an aircraft is stored.
AircraftTechnicalSpecifications
Element Cardinality Description
certifiedMTOWInLbs 0..1 The Maximum Take-Off Weight (in lbs) which is owned for this aircraft and it is entitled to operate at. This may be different from the Operated MTOW
fuelCapacityInUSGallons 0..1 The total fuel capacity, in US gallons.
maxCargoVolumeInCubicFeet 0..1 The maximum volume available for cargo, in cubic feet.
maxLandingWeightInLbs 0..1 Maximum weight at which an aircraft is certified to land, in Lbs.
maxPayloadInLbs 0..1 Difference between Maximum Zero-Fuel Weight and Operational Empty Weight (OEW) giving maximum permissible load, in Lbs.
maxZeroFuelWeightInLbs 0..1 Total weight of aircraft and all its contents, minus the total weight of the usable fuel on board, in Lbs.
noiseCategory 0..1 Aircraft noise certification identifier e.g. Stage 3 etc.
operatingEmptyWeightInLbs 0..1 Basic weight of an aircraft including crew, all fluids and equipment necessary for operation but excluding usable fuel and payload, in Lbs
operatingMTOWInLbs 0..1 The Maximum Take-Off Weight (in lbs) the aircraft is operated at with current operator . This may be different from the Certified MTOW.
AircraftUsage
Element Cardinality Description
primaryUsage 0..1 Main use of an aircraft e.g. Passenger, Freight, ASW etc.
secondaryUsage 0..1 Secondary or other use of aircraft e.g. Passenger, Freight, ASW etc.
AircraftValuesLeaseRates
Element Cardinality Description
indicativeMarketLeaseRate 0..1 A 6 month rolling average of Market Lease Rates for an aircraft of the same vintage leased to an average airline credit. For aircraft that are not yet built, it reflects the average lease rate that could be expected of that aircraft if it were in existence today as this year's build.
indicativeMarketValue 0..1 A 6 month rolling average of the Half-Life Market Value for an aircraft of that vintage with the Ascend baseline specifications for that type and variant (i.e. not spec-adjusted). For aircraft that are not yet built, it reflects the average value of that a/c had it existed today as this year's build.
valuation 0..1 MARK
AircraftList
Element Cardinality Description
list 0..n Aircraft list.
count 0..1 Number of items in the list.
Company
Element Cardinality Description
id 0..1 The Cirium ID of the airline or lessor (every company in the Cirium database has a unique ID).
name 0..1 The name of the airline or lessor.
category 0..1 The Category of the airline or lessor. All companies are assigned a single category and type. E.g. Category = Finance and Professional, Type = Operating Lessor.
type 0..1 The Type of the airline or lessor. All companies are assigned a single category and type. E.g. Category = Finance and Professional, Type = Operating Lessor.
country 0..1 The geographic country of the main headquarters of the airline or lessor.
iata 0..1 The current two character IATA code.
icao 0..1 The current three character ICAO code.
status 0..1 The status of the airline or lessor. All companies are assigned a single status e.g. In start-up, Operating, Suspended, Ceased, Merged, Did not Start Ops.
CompanyList
Element Cardinality Description
list 0..n Companies list.
count 0..1 Number of items in the list.
CompanyAircraftEngine
Element Cardinality Description
manufacturerName 0..1 Company currently responsible for the manufacture of an aircraft's engines. Holds the engine type certificate. (Part of a six-tier hierarchy: Engine Manufacturer, Engine Family, Engine Type, Engine Master Series, Engine Series, Engine Sub Series.)
typeName 0..1 Engine manufacturer's designation for the Engine.
CompanyRoleOwner
Element Cardinality Description
name 0..1 The name of the Owner of the aircraft as registered with the governing body of the country where registration resides, e.g. FAA for the USA or CAA for the UK.
CompanyRoleOperator
Element Cardinality Description
name 0..1 The name of the organisation which operates the aircraft and is receiving the primary operational benefit of the asset. An airline is example of an operator. In situations where an aircraft is leased-out; on either a 'wet' or 'dry' lease basis to a different operator, the contracting lessee will be recorded as the operator. Note also, the Operator can be recorded as a operating leasing company in circumstances where a current aircraft is not currently on lease, or a future lease has not been arranged in advance of new aircraft delivery.
CompanyRoleManager
Element Cardinality Description
name 0..1 The name of the company responsible for the operational management or the leasing arrangements of an aircraft.
CompanyRoleSubLessor
Element Cardinality Description
name 0..1 Company responsible for the commercial marketing for an aircraft and who leases an aircraft to an operator.
CompanyRoleOperationalLessor
Element Cardinality Description
name 0..1 If the manager role is fulfilled by a company of Company Type = Operating Lessor, then the Manager is also identified as the Operational Lessor.
CompanyRoleTrustOwner
Element Cardinality Description
name 0..1 An organisation that performs the role of managing the ownership of an aircraft for other parties. This can be seen in the USA where non-US organisations are prevented from owning US-registered aircraft and Trust companies based in the US are used to take on the ownership in trust, to allow the ownership and registration of the aircraft. They can also provide specific skills needed to own aircraft and the associated reporting and contracts that are required.
CompanyRoleOperatedFor
Element Cardinality Description
name 0..1 An aircraft may be flown by an Operator (in the Operator role for the aircraft) on behalf of another organisation (in the Operated For role for the aircraft). This is often due to a lack of capability to pilot or operate the aircraft themselves. For example, a private operator may fly an aircraft for a non-commercial organisation such as a hospital.
CompanyRoleOperatorGroup
Element Cardinality Description
name 0..1 The name of the Group which contains organisations that an aircraft operates on behalf of. It is different to Operated For as the groups are usually made up of several operators who in turn have the capability to operate their aircraft but are branded under one group. Examples would be the US feeder airlines where one or more airlines are used to operate under one brand that is not itself an airline. It also caters for grouping operators who are part of a wider group such as CHC Helicopters or Bristows.
CompanyAircraft
Element Cardinality Description
id 0..1 A numerical key which is unique to each aircraft.
registrationNumber 0..1 Registration number of aircraft as per the Certificate of Registration, registered with the governing body of the country where registration resides, e.g. FAA for the USA or CAA for the UK.
serialNumber 0..1 Aircraft serial number (Constructor No), also known as MSN.
statusName 0..1 Status of an aircraft, e.g. Cancelled, Type Swap, LOI to Option, LOI to Order, On Option, On Order, In Service, Storage, Retired or Written Off.
manufacturerName 0..1 Part of the aircraft taxonomy i.e. Manufacturer, Family, Type, Master Series, Series, Sub Series, and Modifiers. Name of aircraft manufacturer currently responsible for manufacture of the aircraft. Holds the aircraft type certificate., e.g. Airbus helicopters rather than Eurocopter.
familyName 0..1 Part of the aircraft taxonomy i.e. Manufacturer, Family, Type, Master Series, Series, Sub Series, and Modifiers. This sits between Manufacturer and Type and groups related types together. e.g. A320 family contains the following aircraft types A318, A319, A320 and A321.
typeName 0..1 Part of the aircraft taxonomy i.e. Manufacturer, Family, Type, Master Series, Series, Sub Series, and Modifiers. Aircraft manufacturer's designation for the aircraft.
marketClassName 0..1 Part of a 3-level grouping hierarchy (Market Sector, Market Class, Market Grouping). Market Class contains 23 different groups, including Business Jets, Business Pistons, Business Turboprops, Civil Piston Helicopters, Civil Turbine Helicopter
engine 0..1 See CompanyAircraftEngine
owner 0..1 See CompanyRoleOwner
operator 0..1 See CompanyRoleOperator
manager 0..1 See CompanyRoleManager
subLessor 0..1 See CompanyRoleSubLessor
operationalLessor 0..1 See CompanyRoleOperationalLessor
trustOwner 0..1 See CompanyRoleTrustOwner
operatedFor 0..1 See CompanyRoleOperatedFor
operatorGroup 0..1 See CompanyRoleOperatorGroup
CompanyAircraftList
Element Cardinality Description
companyId 0..1 The Cirium ID of the airline or lessor (every company in the Cirium database has a unique ID).
list 0..n Aircraft list.
count 0..1 The number of aircraft returned in the list when displaying for an airline or lessor fleet.
Example JSON Output (whitespace added for clarity)
{ "request": { "aircraftId": { "requested": "253991", "interpreted": 253991 }, "aircraftFields": { "requested": "[\n \"Aircraft.Id\",\n \"Aircraft.Age\",\n \"Aircraft.AgeAtRetirement\",\n \"Aircraft.Registration\",\n \"Aircraft.SerialNumber\",\n \"Aircraft.AircraftBaseLocation.Name\",\n \"Aircraft.Status.Status\",\n \"Aircraft.Type.Family\",\n \"Aircraft.Type.Manufacturer\",\n \"Aircraft.Type.Type\",\n \"Aircraft.Operator.Name\",\n \"Aircraft.Operator.Category\",\n \"Aircraft.Operator.IATA\",\n \"Aircraft.Operator.ICAO\",\n \"Aircraft.OriginalOperator.Name\",\n \"Aircraft.Owner.Name\",\n \"Aircraft.Owner.Category\",\n \"Aircraft.Manager.Name\",\n \"Aircraft.Manager.Category\",\n \"Aircraft.OperatorGroup.Name\",\n \"Aircraft.OperatorGroup.Category\",\n \"Aircraft.Engines.Family\",\n \"Aircraft.Engines.Manufacturer\",\n \"Aircraft.Engines.NumberOfEngines\",\n \"Aircraft.HoursCycles.CumulativeCycles\",\n \"Aircraft.HoursCycles.CumulativeHours\",\n \"Aircraft.HoursCycles.HoursAndCyclesDate\",\n \"Aircraft.KeyDates.BuildYear\",\n \"Aircraft.MarketGroupingAscend.AircraftClass\",\n \"Aircraft.Seats.NumberOfSeats\",\n \"Aircraft.Seats.SeatsBusinessClass.CabinName\",\n \"Aircraft.Seats.SeatsBusinessClass.NumberOfSeats\",\n \"Aircraft.Seats.SeatsEconomyClass.CabinName\",\n \"Aircraft.Seats.SeatsEconomyClass.NumberOfSeats\",\n \"Aircraft.Seats.SeatsFirstClass.CabinName\",\n \"Aircraft.Seats.SeatsFirstClass.NumberOfSeats\",\n \"Aircraft.Seats.SeatsOtherUtility.CabinName\",\n \"Aircraft.Seats.SeatsOtherUtility.NumberOfSeats\",\n \"Aircraft.Seats.SeatsPremiumEconomy.CabinName\",\n \"Aircraft.Seats.SeatsPremiumEconomy.NumberOfSeats\",\n \"Aircraft.Seats.SeatsVIP.CabinName\",\n \"Aircraft.Seats.SeatsVIP.NumberOfSeats\",\n \"Aircraft.TechnicalSpecifications.CertifiedMTOWInLbs\",\n \"Aircraft.TechnicalSpecifications.OperatingMTOWInLbs\",\n \"Aircraft.Usage.PrimaryUsage\"\n]", "interpreted": [ "Aircraft.Id", "Aircraft.Age", "Aircraft.AgeAtRetirement", "Aircraft.Registration", "Aircraft.SerialNumber", "Aircraft.AircraftBaseLocation.Name", "Aircraft.Status.Status", "Aircraft.Type.Family", "Aircraft.Type.Manufacturer", "Aircraft.Type.Type", "Aircraft.Operator.Name", "Aircraft.Operator.Category", "Aircraft.Operator.IATA", "Aircraft.Operator.ICAO", "Aircraft.OriginalOperator.Name", "Aircraft.Owner.Name", "Aircraft.Owner.Category", "Aircraft.Manager.Name", "Aircraft.Manager.Category", "Aircraft.OperatorGroup.Name", "Aircraft.OperatorGroup.Category", "Aircraft.Engines.Family", "Aircraft.Engines.Manufacturer", "Aircraft.Engines.NumberOfEngines", "Aircraft.HoursCycles.CumulativeCycles", "Aircraft.HoursCycles.CumulativeHours", "Aircraft.HoursCycles.HoursAndCyclesDate", "Aircraft.KeyDates.BuildYear", "Aircraft.MarketGroupingAscend.AircraftClass", "Aircraft.Seats.NumberOfSeats", "Aircraft.Seats.SeatsBusinessClass.CabinName", "Aircraft.Seats.SeatsBusinessClass.NumberOfSeats", "Aircraft.Seats.SeatsEconomyClass.CabinName", "Aircraft.Seats.SeatsEconomyClass.NumberOfSeats", "Aircraft.Seats.SeatsFirstClass.CabinName", "Aircraft.Seats.SeatsFirstClass.NumberOfSeats", "Aircraft.Seats.SeatsOtherUtility.CabinName", "Aircraft.Seats.SeatsOtherUtility.NumberOfSeats", "Aircraft.Seats.SeatsPremiumEconomy.CabinName", "Aircraft.Seats.SeatsPremiumEconomy.NumberOfSeats", "Aircraft.Seats.SeatsVIP.CabinName", "Aircraft.Seats.SeatsVIP.NumberOfSeats", "Aircraft.TechnicalSpecifications.CertifiedMTOWInLbs", "Aircraft.TechnicalSpecifications.OperatingMTOWInLbs", "Aircraft.Usage.PrimaryUsage" ] }, "url": "https://api.flightstats.com/flex/aircraft/rest/v1/json/aircraft/253991" }, "aircraft": { "id": 253991, "ageAtRetirement": "18.9", "registration": "G-ARPO", "serialNumber": "2116", "status": { "status": "Retired" }, "type": { "family": "Trident", "manufacturer": "BAE Systems (HS)", "type": "Trident" }, "manager": { "id": -456, "name": "British Airways", "category": "Airlines" }, "operator": { "iata": "BA", "icao": "BAW", "id": -456, "name": "British Airways", "category": "Airlines" }, "originalOperator": { "id": 431073, "name": "British European Airways" }, "owner": { "id": -456, "name": "British Airways", "category": "Airlines" }, "engines": { "family": "RB.163 Spey", "manufacturer": "Rolls-Royce", "numberOfEngines": 3 }, "marketGroupingAscend": { "aircraftClass": "Jets (Western built)" }, "seats": { "seatsOtherUtility": { "numberOfSeats": 0 } }, "usage": { "primaryUsage": "Passenger" } } }