Airline codes- IATA assigned two-letter airline codes and ICAO Codes. There are currently over 11,000 IATA codes
Location codes – IATA (three-letter) & ICAO (four-letter) airport codes, assigned to countries, cities, time zones, and DST. There are over 4,900 locations that are considered active
Equipment codes - ICAO code, Body Type, Aircraft category e.g. jet engine, maximum speed and range. Aircraft data is maintained at three levels - configuration at equipment and service type, for an airline’s fleet, as supplied by carriers in their schedule data i.e. at flight and route level.
Flight Info Direct
Blend multiple sources of unique OAG travel data within a single, cloud-based platform to gain richer insights, make faster decisions, and identify game-changing opportunities.
Ensure that fundamental attributes of a flight are correct e.g. journey times to accelerate to deliver quicker results.
Failed bookings due to data errors are time consuming, costly and create poor customer experiences.
Using different sources can result in defective schedules, not synchronized with each other, resulting in additional costs or lost revenue for both airlines.
Subsets in master data are frequently changed, even at short notice. Ensure your information doesn’t mislead analysis and result in missed opportunities.
Analyze airline, airport and route performance with our unique archive of historical flight information and performance data to drive your internal and competitive benchmarking, as well as future strategy and innovation.
The most accurate airline schedules database on the market, giving you access to commercial airline schedules, aircraft configurations, flight connections, minimum connection times and flight schedule changes.
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