Air Utility

The Air Utility APIs listed here can provide a quick reference for city pairs we support, multi-airport city codes, and other interesting items you can use as parameters in air shopping and air intelligence API requests.

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The Airports at Cities Lookup supplemental API retrieves our list of major airport codes that are associated with a single multi-airport city code (also called a MAC code) in the request. A multi-airport city, or MAC, is a city that is served by multiple major airports. For example, when your request provides the CHI MAC code, the API retrieves a list of airport codes that we associate with Chicago. Go to documentation

The City Pairs Lookup supplemental API retrieves city pairs that we support as a combination of origin and destination airport codes. You can pass any of these origin and destination airport city pairs in our air shopping and intelligence REST APIs, provided that the APIs support the locations. For example, this API retrieves the SJU-MIA city pair (San Juan International Airport in Puerto Rico to Miami International Airport in the U.S.). Because most of our REST APIs support origins in the U.S., Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands, you can pass this city pair in most of our API requests. Go to documentation

The Countries Lookup API retrieves a list of origin and destination countries. These countries can be used as a filter in applicable REST APIs. This API is point of sale specific (each point of sale supports a unique list of origin and destination countries). Go to documentation

The Custom Theme enables you to modify and customize themes. You can create a custom travel theme and associate that theme with airport and multi-airport city (MAC) codes. You can then pass your custom theme as a filter in a request with any REST API that supports a theme. The response will be destinations that are associated with your theme. Go to documentation

The Destinations by Carrier API returns a list of destinations and the corresponding (direct) flights from a given origin. Go to documentation

The Multi-Airport City Lookup supplemental API retrieves a list of multi-airport city codes, called MAC codes. A multi-airport city, or MAC, is a city that is served by multiple major airports. You can use these MAC codes in an Airports at Cities Lookup API request to retrieve airports that are associated with the MAC code. Go to documentation

Point of Sale Country Code Lookup is a supplemental API that retrieves a list of supported point of sale country codes and associated country names. Go to documentation

The Theme Airport Lookup retrieves a list of destination airport codes that are associated with the theme in the request. A theme is similar to a travel category, and is based on geography, points of interest, or recreational activities, such as beaches, national parks, or skiing. Go to Documentation

The Travel Seasonality Airports Lookup supplemental API retrieves airports that we support as a destination airport. You can pass any of these destination airports in a Travel Seasonality API request. Go to documentation

The Travel Theme Lookup retrieves a list of themes. A theme is similar to a travel category, and is based on geography, points of interest, and recreational activities, such as beaches, national parks, or skiing. If you want to use the Destination Finder to shop for lead fares to destinations that are based on a theme, you must include one of the themes that Travel Theme Lookup returns. (Travel Theme Lookup is a supplemental API.) Go to documentation

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