The world’s airlines have been sending us flight information for over 90 years and using our complimentary distribution and data management services and wider ecosystem to drive tickets sales and support the day-of-travel experience.
We handle over 120,000 schedule changes every day and process 5000 updates from 120 carriers every hour.
We standardise and validate your schedule data via automated checks to ensure data integrity and data quality.Use OAG to provide the best management of your schedules data ensuring your flight changes can be updated in real time to the marketplace.
Partnering with OAG to manage your flight status distribution and quality is simple, easy and highly beneficial to your customers and is provided at no cost to airlines.
Our flight status team have unparalleled experience in understanding nuances, aggregating, normalizing data feeds. We deliver consistent flight status data to many of your key stakeholders who service your flights and passengers.
This means airlines can reduce confusion and increase customer satisfaction by ensuring travellers have accurate and reliable flight status data for their journey.
Managing MCT suppressions, exceptions and data accuracy for airlines has become increasingly complex with recent major changes to MCT processing standards.
With new features such as Suppressions and Codeshare Indicators, your MCTs need to be filed correctly to ensure inaccuracies don’t affect your connections and ultimately ticket sales.
Our team of MCT specialists help airlines to:
Seat and aircraft information is increasingly in demand as travelers want more visibility and choice when booking.
Every seat is a revenue opportunity and through our distribution service, you can ensure seat information hits the marketplace informing potential bookers instantly.
OAG manages seat updates, configurations and aircraft capacity for over 900 airlines. We continuously update our database covering over 4000 carrier specific seat configurations by aircraft types.
OAG can support your in the application of an IATA designator code in 4 easy steps.
Step 1 - Download and complete the following forms and return both to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Step 2- Submit your schedule to OAG free of charge
Step 3 - OAG will notify IATA your schedule has been received via their Customer Portal and give you the case number for your reference.
Step 4 - IATA will assign a designator code through their allocation process. No information will be loaded until a valid code has been assign so there will be time to update if your schedule changes.
Please note, if you already have an assigned code then please provide us with your details and indicate which code you wish to use.
Access your own airline schedules and manage updates directly through our dedicated portal as part of our complimentary data management services.
Full training will be provided by our Specialist team. If this is your preferred data method please contact us via email@example.com so we can provide more information.
OAG can distribute schedule changes dynamically and we handle over 120,000 changes every day on average from more than 120 carriers updating 5000 changes every hour.
Travel providers have sophisticated algorithms that create unique ranking systems,for flight search some of which include the freshness of the data in their calculations. This means your schedules data will need to be fit for purpose if you are going to compete and avoid lost revenue.
We can provide the best in class management your schedules data ensuring your flight changes can be updated in real time to the marketplace.
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