Customised cargo data feeds
OAG data is at the forefront of aviation industry standards, technology and development.
The power behind a number of internal operational systems, applications and third party planning systems.
Sourced from OAG’s airline schedules database, cargo data can be provided for both dedicated cargo equipment and cargo space on passenger aircraft.
Raw data can be provided in industry agreed formats e.g. Standard Schedules Information Manual file (SSIM) or can be customized to meet specific requirements.
Schedules data can also be provided in XML format as part of our Web Services solution. The data can be customised and delivered to meet your own system requirements in both electronic or in printed format.
Global businesses rely on OAG to plan shipments. Our cargo data is widely used by:
Logistics and freight forwarders
We provide direct data feeds to a significant number of major multi-national forwarders, populating their core systems with consolidated flight information used to make routing, gateway planning and other carrier selection decisions.
Manufacturers and commercial shippers
The shipping and logistics departments of many of the biggest names in business and consumer manufacturing, across a wide spectrum of industry sectors use OAG Cargo products as a key guide in planning elements of their supply chain activities.
Application service providers
OAG data reaches a number of freight forwarding and logistics applications in use across the industry as well as a number of key planning and analytical software used in a variety of business sectors.
Industry partners and analysts
We supply data to those who require consolidated information sources for supply-chain planning, trend analysis, aircraft demand projections, competitive analysis, economic investment analysis, airport infrastucture development etc.
Government & regulatory bodies
OAG data is used by those who require information for operational and regulatory purposes.
DID YOU KNOW
Direct data feeds can be used to populate core systems with consolidated flight information used to make routing, gateway planning and other carrier selection decisions.
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- 100 airlines on average send OAG updates every day
- Over 50 million operating and marketing flights reside in the OAG database
- OAG holds over 3.3 billion operating seats and 2.2 billion marketing seats
Airlines, freight forwarders and shippers benefit from using OAG Cargo data which can be integrated within a customer's own in-house system.