openAIP - Worldwide aviation database

openAIP has the goal to deliver free, current and precise navigational data to anyone. openAIP is a web-based crowd-sourced aeronautical information platform that allows registered users to add, edit and download aeronautical data in many common formats used in general aviation.
All available data is instantly shown on the openAIP map where you can take a peak at airports, airspaces, navigational aids, thermal hotspots and many other datasets.

Login and start contributing to openAIP or download available data. If you are new to openAIP you can register a new user account here.

Whether you are flying powered aircraft, gliders or paragliders, openAIP can provide data that serves many needs and fits any purpose. Additionally, openAIP provides the possibility to integrate into third-party desktop applications or mobile solutions. openAIP data can be downloaded free of charge for private use. A commercial license including API access is also available. Our terms and conditions apply.

New search feature for openAIP map
Our map on has been upgraded with a search field that can be used to either search for an airport or a tracked aircraft. The user is instantly brought to the selected target on the map. This greatly improves the way you can explore and navigate on our map. We hope you like...
Stratus is live, with something fun to play with
The work on the latest release 'stratus' is finished! Besides a minor theme update, several code and speed improvements and an overhauled geodata backend architecture the new release contains two main features: live-tracking and OGC compliant web services that expose openAIP tracking data to the...
First experimental airspaces added
We have added a new experimental airspace update to openAIP. This update includes DE, CH, CZ and LU airspaces. More will follow soon. Experienced pilots are invited to testfly them. Have fun! Best wishes, the openAIP team
Database airport elevation update
We updated the airport elevation stored in the database today. A huge set of airports, formerly having "0 m" elevation, has been recalculated. Changes in elevation will be shown on the map in several hours. Please be patient. Best wishes, the openAIP team
Cirrus release live!
We have rolled out the second big upgrade to openAIP. This upgrade brings a lot of code improvements and a completely new airspace module which has been the main focus for this release. Besides that it includes a lot of bugfixes and small improvements for the UI. In the coming days we will release...
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