FAA Delays


The FAA Delays integration collects and displays information about delays at US Airports based on the FAA’s National Airspace System Status.

Data measured includes:

  • Ground Delays
  • Ground Stops
  • Arrival/Departure Delays
  • Closures

Configuration

Adding FAA Delays to your Home Assistant instance can be done via the user interface, by using this My button:

Manual configuration steps

Supported Airports

The airport entered must be a valid IATA airport code for an airport in the US. You can find this by looking up the FAA Identifier at Airnav. Officially the FAA only supports the airports listed below, but all airports will return data.

Supported airports: BOS, LGA, TEB, EWR, JFK, PHL, PIT, IAD, BWI, DCA, RDU, CLT, ATL, MCO, TPA, MCO, FLL, MIA, DTW, CLE, MDW, ORD, IND, CVG, BNA, MEM, STL, MCI, MSP, DFW, IAH, DEN, SLC, PHX, LAS, SAN, LAX, SJC, SFO, PDX, SEA

Additional Delay Information

Each airport added will expose 5 binary sensors, one for each type of delay. Within each sensor there is additional information listed as attributes, which depends on the type of delay it is. Each delay type has the attributes listed below:

  • Ground Delay
    • Average Delay Time
    • Delay reason
  • Ground Stop
    • Expected End Time for stop
    • Delay reason
  • Arrival/Departure Delay
    • Minimum delay time
    • Maximum delay time
    • Delay trend (increasing/decreasing)
    • Delay reason
  • Closure
    • Start of closure (begin)
    • End of closure (end)
    • Closure reason