Get Lower Airspaces

Base URL

The REST API is accessible from the following URL:

Base URL

Since the API uses GeoJSON, it would be helpful to learn more about the GeoJSON specification.

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Authentication and Authorization

In order to use the service, you'll need to register for an account. Once registered, you are given an Authorization Token.

This Authorization Token will be used to identify yourself when sending requests to the REST API server.

To authenticate, the token should be included in the Authorization HTTP header. This token should be prefixed by the string Token, with whitespace separating the two strings like in the following example:

Authorization: Token 5ab0129ac330f5d8f477ab4db5ed1ebaf2b688b0

You can get your vendor token by following these simple steps:

  • Go to the vendor login page.
  • Login using your vendor credentials.
  • View your dashboard.
  • Under the "Account Details" panel you will see your "API Authorization Token".


This API call will fetch airspaces lower than FL100 that are inside the area defined by two given points.


API Endpoint
HTTP Method
Request Body

  • c1 - upper-left coordinates in decimal form
  • c2 - lower-right coordinates in decimal form

c1 and c2 will define the area from where airspaces will be searched

CURL equivalent
Response Body


If the API call is a success, the JSON output will contain a top-level object called data.

The general structure of the JSON output is as follows:


results are serialized as an array of GeoJSON Feature objects. Each object will have the following keys/properties:

unique ID for the airspace
GeoJSON object type (airspaces are GeoJSON features)
various properties of the airspace
the bounding box or coordinate range of the airspace
contains the coordinates that defines the airspace's geometry