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Our flight schedules data enables the world’s leading airlines, airports and travel tech innovators deliver passenger services, strategise and grow.

Data we collect from every journey, every booking, every takeoff and landing, departure and delay. Data we clean, consolidate and curate into predictive tools to enable users to design innovative products, responsive services and seamless experiences.

We're ahead of the game, ensuring our schedules and status data is always accurate and always on time.

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Data

Powers the travel ecosystem

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Platforms

Data-driven insight

Powered by the world’s most comprehensive air travel database, and with cutting-edge tools and commercial analytics, our platforms provide easy and instant access to explore aviation trends, review on-time performance, spot opportunities and receive insight into potential outcomes.

Upgrade your schedules analysis with Analyzer or delve into departure and arrival performance with the OTP Dashboard.

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Ensuring customers have the air travel information they need quickly and accurately is the cornerstone of a great travel service.

Whether data is on an airport display, desktop, tablet, mobile or wearable, OAG's definitive real-time air travel information is there when and where you need it, allowing you to create a seamless day-of-travel experience for your customers.

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Displays

Seamless experiences

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CUSTOMER STORIES

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LATEST INSIGHTS

Global Traveler Sentiment Survey

Throughout the summer, OAG surveyed more than 4,000 global travelers to discover how the pandemic was influencing their decisions to fly, and to identify what airlines, airports, online travel agents (OTA) and other providers can do to rebuild confidence.

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Where To Go?

How should Tourism and Hospitality Respond to Changes in Air Travel?

As and when we see recovery in air travel, how will changes in passenger preferences affect where they want to fly? Does the tourism sector need to focus on local and regional markets more? We explore where the tourism industry should be looking for opportunities in the coming months and into 2021.

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Latest blog

US Airlines Take Different Approaches to Thanksgiving 

Coronavirus Capacity Update Week Forty-Five: Global aviation capacity continues to hover around the 55 million mark with an additional 400,000 seats (+0.7%) and with the North American market reporting a 460,000 increase in capacity it tells you how much is happening in the rest of the world.

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