### Airport model and worldwide airport data for Django
django-airports provides you with airport related model and data (from [OpenFlights](http://openflights.org/)) that can be used in your django projects.
Authored by [Basil Shubin](https://github.com/bashu), inspired by [django-cities](https://github.com/coderholic/django-cities)
You must have *django-cities* installed and configured, see the [django-cities documentation](https://github.com/coderholic/django-cities) for details and setup instructions.
Either clone this repository into your project, or install with ```pip install django-airports```
You'll need to add ```airports``` to ```INSTALLED_APPS``` in your project's ```settings.py``` file:
INSTALLED_APPS = (
if django.VERSION < (1, 7):
INSTALLED_APPS += (
Then run ```./manage.py syncdb``` to create the required database tables, and ```./manage.py airports``` to import all of the airports data. **NOTE:** This can take some time.
Please see ``example`` application. This application is used to manually test the functionalities of this package. This also serves as a good example.
You need Django 1.4 or above to run that. It might run on older versions but that is not tested.
The ```airports``` manage command has options, see ```airports --help``` output. Verbosity is controlled through LOGGING.
TODO: Brief introduction on what you do with files - including link to relevant help section.