Articles tagged “oag”

Airlines

Flight Schedule Service OAG Partners With Microsoft and Snowflake for Data Upgrades

Aviation folks of a certain vintage will recall how OAG used to publish passenger flight schedules in book format once a month. My, how times have changed.

Flight Schedule Service OAG Partners With Microsoft and Snowflake for Data Upgrades

Business Travel

Corporate Travel’s Downturn Will Deliver This Financial Blow Across All of Travel

Billions of dollars in revenue are at stake next year, even once a dire 2020 is out of the way.

Corporate Travel’s Downturn Will Deliver This Financial Blow Across All of Travel

Online Travel

Google Flights Gains Popularity Among Millennials as It Adds Booking Sites

Despite recent gains, Google Flights is still the price-comparison tool of tomorrow, and not today -- unless its scale makes the instant booking of flights a standard way of doing things.

Google Flights Gains Popularity Among Millennials as It Adds Booking Sites

Online Travel

OAG Gets Sold Again as it Pushes its Flight Schedule and Forecasting Service

OAG was taken over by private equity in 2013, which retrofitted it with a focus on airline data services. But this once legendary brand will face tough competition from FlightGlobal and other players.

Airlines

3 Charts Showing Top Global Airlines For On-Time Performance in 2016

Some airlines have done so much to pad their schedules and use other tactics to ensure they make it to gates on-time that it's difficult to know which carriers are actually the most punctual and time efficient. Passengers notice and this strategy likely helped a few airlines make these rankings.

3 Charts Showing Top Global Airlines For On-Time Performance in 2016

Airlines

3 Charts Showing the World’s Largest Megahub Airports

High demand for domestic travel is what's keeping several U.S. airports at the top of the ranking, even if many passengers have to wait several hours in between flights to reach their destinations.

Airlines

3 Charts Showing Why Business Travelers Don’t Like Booking Multi-City Trips

Legacy carriers are up against rising competition from low-cost carriers. At the same time, American, Delta and United talk about making the travel journey more connected but they're forcing budget sensitive travelers in the opposite direction of that with new pricing structures.

3 Charts Showing Why Business Travelers Don’t Like Booking Multi-City Trips

Airlines

4 Charts Showing the State of Airline Flight Schedules Around the World

Airlines would help themselves and travelers by communicating what realistic flight times are on busy routes and explaining that travelers should expect a flight to be a certain number of minutes longer or shorter depending on conditions.

Airlines

5 Charts Showing China’s Fastest-Growing Aviation Markets

These findings are in line with what we already know -- most seat capacity growth in China is for domestic flights, and the growth happening for international routes are for routes within Asia as those are destinations most in reach of the average Chinese outbound tourist.

Airlines

8 Charts Showing the World’s Largest Airport Megahubs

The U.S. is the clear leader for connectivity megahubs as some carriers' hubs get bigger and Americans exhibit increased demand for inter-city business and leisure travel.

8 Charts Showing the World’s Largest Airport Megahubs