For this API request, you will need to hit the following endpoint.
In order to be granted access to the API, all of your requests must include an APC-Auth header that includes your API Key. An APC-Auth-Secret header can also be supplied for special cases where a referrer cannot be found, however, in most cases it will not be necessary.
|APC-Auth||Required||Your unique 10 digit alphanumeric Air-Port-Codes API key. This can be located in your account settings.|
Available parameters include term, limit and size. Results will be ordered based on size of airport with larger airports first and smaller ones last.
|term||Required||The search term used for the lookup. The term searches against the airport name, city, state, country and iata (airport) code.|
|limit||Optional||The maximum number of results to return. The default maximum is 20.|
|size||Optional||The servicing area size of the airports to use. The default is 0 which means any servicing size of airport will be returned. Valid options are: 0-any, 1-local and up, 2-regional and up, 3-international and up, 5-airport groups only (eg. All New York City Airports). You can also pass in multiple sizes pipe separated (eg. 1|2|3).|
|type||Optional||The type of listings to be returned. Multiple options are allowed with pipe (|) separation. Valid options are: a-airports, h-heliport, s-seaplanes, r-railway, g-group. Only the first letter is necessary such as (a|g|r). A group simply refers to all the airports within a city. Such as NYC would contain all New York City airports. Default is (a|g).|
|countries||Optional||Restrict the results to specific countries. Valid options are: 2 letter iso country abreviations (us|ca). Multiple countries are allowed with pipe (|) separation.|