Infare, a Denmark-based provider of airfare data and analysis software, has been acquired.
The price and terms of the latest deal were not disclosed.
OAG and Infare had been in a partnership that was announced in April 2022.
OAG said the deal values the combined company at over $500 million. The combined company has 300 employees in 10 offices.
OAG said that both management teams will continue with the company and retain a shareholding, with fresh backing from Vitruvian Partners. Vitruvian Partners bought OAG from Axio Group for $215 million in 2017.
“The increasing dynamism in global travel and technology is fueling a need for more sophisticated, granular data to understand, manage, and unlock growth in air travel,” said Phil Callow, CEO of OAG, in a statement. “The acquisition of Infare strengthens our ability to deliver consistent and accurate information across the wider supply and demand value chain.”