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OAG is the leading data platform for the global travel industry, powering the growth and innovation of the air travel ecosystem since 1929. 

We provide frictionless access to high-quality travel data, helping businesses make smarter decisions and create exceptional customer experiences. 

We have the world’s largest network of flight information, covering the whole journey from planning to customer experience. Our data shares the why, where, when, and how we fly and travel.

Our versatile platform that provides businesses with the data they need, wherever and however they need it. Our data helps businesses achieve many goals, principally by finding new revenue streams, driving growth across operations, and deepening the relationship with customers.

Our customers include search engines, metasearch, tech start-ups, travel booking sites, international government organisations, global financial institutions, airlines, airports, and travel operators.

Headquartered in the UK, OAG has operations in the USA, Singapore, Japan, China, and Lithuania

For more information, visit: www.oag.com and follow us on Twitter @OAG Aviation or Linkedin .

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Brands: OAG Flight Info Direct, Analyser, Flight Status, Emissions, Flight Info API, Flight Info Alerts and OAG Metis

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 Press Releases

  • Holistic Flight and Travel Data Creates View of the Whole Passenger Experience, Providing Unmatched Insights for Customers in an Age of Volatility

    LONDON - July 19, 2022 - OAG, the world’s leading provider of travel data and insight, today announced the release of Flight Status Data into its Flight Info Direct solution, delivering instant access to the full lifecycle of a flight. Powered by its Snowflake-enabled data platform OAG Metis, Flight Info Direct currently provides instant access to OAG’s high-value database, including Global Airline Schedules Data, Emissions Data, and Connections Data. Starting today, the release of Flight Status Data will give customers a seamless view of a flight – from its planned schedule to when it lands at its destination.

    As demand for high-value insights and operational data soars, being able to view flight data as one by accessing, integrating and blending it into other sources will deliver valuable business benefits and efficiencies to customers, such as removing the silos of legacy systems, delivering end-to-end journey data, and rectifying reconciliation and quality issues.

    “Our accelerated solutions and partnerships with leading technology platforms Snowflake and Microsoft Azure make us the perfect partner to help our customers rise above a complex legacy technology landscape,” said Phil Callow, CEO at OAG. “The scale of data-driven opportunities across the entire travel ecosystem – search and booking, hospitality, payments and retail, and more – is enormous. Our versatile, cloud-based data platform seamlessly connects the ecosystem together, and all in one view, to help our customers grow, streamline their operations, and work flexibly at scale.”

    This recent release of data onto the platform is the latest evolution of OAG’s product-led growth journey to connect ecosystems and markets with data that empowers better decision-making and innovation. Flight Info Direct, launched in early 2021, has drawn OAG’s customers to its versatile capabilities.

    Callow adds, “We are moving the industry forward by providing frictionless access to high-quality travel data. Being able to view holistic flight data information with the best technology available is a sizeable shift away from the old schedules and status silos of the past.”

    OAG has customers across the entire travel ecosystem and is embedded in booking engines, travel and hospitality apps, airline apps, online travel agencies, metasearch, search engines, and flight tracking apps.

    To learn more about Flight Status Data, visit https://www.oag.com/status-direct

    Contact Information: 

    Chrissy Azevedo
    Corporate Ink for OAG

  • Nearly 30% more consumers are traveling this summer than in 2021; Business travel makes a comeback with 89% of respondents saying they had already traveled for business this year

    CHICAGO - July 7, 2022 - The U.S. travel market is holding strong for now despite skyrocketing costs, flight cancellations and growing recession concerns, according to OAG’s latest survey. The report, conducted via OAG’s flight tracking app, Flightview in April and May of 2022, offers timely insights on over 1,400 North American travelers who are eager to fly again following two years of COVID lockdowns, protocols and restrictions.

    Twenty-seven percent more people are traveling this summer compared to 2021. Of those traveling, 63% are booking international flights, and nearly 60% are planning to visit a destination they haven’t visited before. Over 50% are booking 2-6 months in advance and 11% are booking with lead times of 6 months or more.

    Despite rising inflation, respondents said $50 and $100 ticket price increases aren’t likely to discourage them from booking, but they are extremely less likely to book with $200 and $300+ increases (45% and 68% respectively). And once at the airport, flight delays, cancellations and customer service issues rank among the biggest areas of impact for consumers (52% and 19% respectively).

    U.S. business travel is also surging. Eighty-nine percent of respondents said they have already traveled for business in 2022, up 51% from 2021. Ninety percent report that their company plans to travel in the next 12 months, while 50% say their travel plans will return to pre-pandemic levels or above in the next year.

    “After lockdowns and restrictions, travelers just want to take their long-awaited holiday, even if it means higher fares, crowded airports and service inconveniences due to shortage of staff. While inflation and concerns of a recession might impact the recovery in the second half of the year, market demand and scheduled capacity for the next three months is at its strongest since 2019.”
    John Grant, Chief Analyst at OAG

    Other quick takeaways from OAG’s research include:

    • Better Data for Booking Options: The top improvements respondents want from online travel agencies (OTAs) and travel apps include better price predictability on when to book (59%) and real-time travel updates (53%).
    • Biometric Data: Fifty-nine percent of respondents are willing to share their biometric data (via facial recognition, fingerprint, retina scanning or otherwise) to get through security lines faster, including 56% who are willing to use biometrics to streamline customs and immigration.
    • Sustainability: Sixty-two percent of travelers said sustainability does not impact their travel decision-making. Nearly half of travelers admitted that they wouldn’t be willing to pay extra for a more sustainable flight.
    • Self-connecting Flights: Although the majority (69%) said they have not booked a self-connecting flight within the last 6 months, 50% said they want OTAs and apps to offer more non-traditional connecting flight options at better prices.

    For the full survey insights, view the report nowTo learn more about OAG, visit https:/www.oag.com/.

    Contact Information: 

    Chrissy Azevedo
    Corporate Ink for OAG


  • OAG Flight Info Direct
    Flight Info Direct enables the entire travel ecosystem to access ready-to-query, high-quality aviation data in the cloud and smoothly integrate it with a variety of business applications....


    Query global Airline schedules in the cloud. Either see our entire database or filter the data to build only the customized reports you need. Identify flight changes, withdrawn flights, compare marketing vs operating flights, calculate available ASKs.


    Run faster queries and download results into Excel. Or connect smoothly with existing databases and data visualization/BI tools such as Tableau and Power BI. See full list here.


    Reduce the need to manipulate data and avoiding possible manual errors and data corruption. Use connectors and drivers for programming languages such as Go, node.js PHP, .NET, Python and Java. 

  • OAG Analyser
    A powerful analytical platform to drive commercial and operational decision making across the industry....

  • Using Schedules as its bedrock, Analyser allows you to drill down into frequency and capacity trends, flight statistics by route and airport performance to provide commercial and operational insight for the aviation industry.

    • Analysis can be scaled up easily with any combination of six complementary modules that can:
    • Compare airline schedules to understand route and airport frequency, opportunity and insight
    • Use airport passenger data with our Traffic Analyzer to understand passenger traffic flows
    • Carry out airline comparison performance analysis with Connection Analyzer
    • Generate a powerful, customized and intuitive airline network map
    • Analyze US aviation data (DOT) through one portal

    See Analyser live in action at our booth (425) or book a time to request a demo  

  • OAG Flight Info API
    Flight Info API enables the entire travel ecosystem to access and seamlessly integrate a variety of aviation data sets into systems and applications....


    Keep your customer updated at every stage of their journey by informing them of any changes, as they happen. Our API provides the ability to react to any disruption quickly and manage resources proactively.


    An API of interrelated core flight data sets – quickly and easily get global airline schedules, flight status, flight changes and historical flight data in one API call.


    Access the latest enhancements and test new datasets as soon as they are available. Our API is powered by the most modern format (RESTful JSON API) and can be scaled in line with your business requirements or product portfolio.

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