Products

 
O&D Survey

O&D Plus

This product includes the O&D Survey results of domestic U.S. air travel plus transborder Canadian air traffic, and Commuter Airline data, whether it is code-sharing with a major airline or not. It contains quarterly data for 1990 through the most currently available quarter. A subscription entitles the user to all updates published for one year.

HUB

Onflight itineraries of domestic origins and destinations including their intermediate connections. Data is included from 1990 to the most currently available quarter. Updated quarterly. A subscription includes all updates published in one year.

HubSup

Similar to the data contained in the HUB databases except that it is not aggregated. Access to the individual O&D Survey Record level detail allows the user to look at individual Fares by Fare Class. Less itinerary compression than HUB so that the user can see up to four Connect Points between the O&D. An additional benefit of the low level data is that it includes both the Operating and Marketing Carrier code on each coupon of the itinerary which will allow the user to perform Codeshare Studies. HUBSup is available on a quarterly basis beginning with First Quarter 1998 through the most recently available quarter.

International O&D

The information in INTERNATIONAL is derived from two sources. The first is the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Origin and Destination Survey. The second is the Department of Justice’s Immigration and Naturalization Service Form 1-92, 1985 through 2004.

International Reports use exactly the same format and column items as the O&D Plus Reports. Only the data is different.

Online Application for Access

Access to this class of data is restricted. Applicants must obtain permission from USDOT.  When you sign up with Data Base Products, we will walk you through the process to apply for the proper permission with the USDOT.

Gateway

Onflight itineraries of international origins and destinations Including their U.S. and foreign gateways. Data is included from 1990 to the most currently available quarter. Updated quarterly. A subscription includes all updates published during the subscription period.

(Restrictions apply)

GatewaySup

Similar to the data contained in the Gateway databases except that it is not aggregated. Access to the individual O&D Survey Record level detail allows the user to look at individual Fares by Fare Class. Less itinerary compression than Gateway so that the user can see up to four “Connect Points” between the O&D. An additional benefit of the low level data is that it includeds both the “Operating” and “Marketing” Carrier code on each coupon of the itinerary which will allow the user to perform Codeshare Studies.

GatewaySup is available on a quarterly basis beginning with First Quarter 1998 through the most recently available quarter.

Superset

A fully reconciled database of all commercial air traffic by domestic air carriers. Each carrier’s O&D Survey data is compared to its T-100 Report and corrected wherever necessary. Code-sharing is analyzed market by market to determine each partner’s share of passenger counts and fare revenue.

The formatted database is provided with its SAS definition and SAS routines to import the database into most database management systems. Available in a variety of file formats.

Access to this data is restricted, and subscribers must obtain permission from the DOT. See details below.

(Restrictions apply)

Superset Cluster

Cluster provides the same data that is not aggregated at the fare level. Instead of stating an average fare for all passengers in a market, groups of fares can be clustered to determine which is a high fare and which is a low fare for that market.

This is an extremely large database, with each quarter averaging around 1.5 Gb. Utilizing the database requires the right hardware and software. Programming literacy in SAS or similar large database management program is essential to writing specialized cluster analysis routines. Not for the novice user. However, there is no substitute for this important data. Available in the same file formats as Superset.

Online Application for Access

Access to this class of data is restricted. Applicants must obtain permission from USDOT. When you sign up with Data Base Products, we will walk you through the process to apply for the proper permission with the USDOT.

 
T-100

Onboard (Domestic)

Onflight data for U.S. domestic, non-stop air service from carrier’s T-100 Reporting system. Includes passenger counts, seats available, load factors, equipment types, and other operating statistics. Contains data for 1990 to the most currently available month. Updated monthly, a subscription entitles the user to all updates published during the subscription period.

Onboard International

International onflight data for non-stop service to and from the U.S. operated by domestic and foreign carriers. Data from the carrier’s T-100 reporting system contain passenger counts, seats available, load factors, equipment types and other operating statistics. T100 International includes data from 1990 through the most recently released data. Updated monthly, a subscription entitles the user to all updates published during the subscription period.

Unlike other sources on International flight information, there are no access restrictions for Onboard International.

*For the International T-100 data, there is a statutory delay of six months before the data is released.

 
Form41 Financials

Financial statements of all major, national, and large regional airlines which report to the USDOT pursuant to CFR Part 241. Includes Balance Sheets, Income Statements, Aircraft Operating Expenses by Equipment Type, and Summary Operating Statistics by Equipment as well as other financial and traffic schedules. Data is available from 1977 through the most currently available data. Updated monthly with revisions and T1 traffic data.

 
Schedules +

Schedules Plus is our detailed schedules tool.  Gain access to daily-level airline schedule data as it is filed by the airlines.  Our Schedules Plus is detailed and easy to access.  Get data at the flight number level for every airline in the world, updated daily!  Contact Us for a demo!

 
Report Services

AIRS

AIRS is an acronym for Airport Information Reporting Service. This package of standardized reports is designed for our airport customers. The AIRS reports are issued quarterly and derived from the O&D Plus product. Base Reports provide passenger counts for the top 400 airports in the U.S. Market Reports supply data for passengers to and from the subscribing airport to every domestic destination. Carrier Reports include passenger counts to each destination by carrier.

AIRS International

The International version of the AIRS Reports. Contains the International data from the O&D Survey. Totals from the International and O&D reports can be added to find total traffic, domestic plus international, by U.S. air carriers and foreign carriers with a domestic connection*. Access to this data is restricted, and subscribers must obtain permission from the DOT. See details below.

* Foreign carriers with no domestic connection are not included because they are not required to report to the USDOT.  When you sign up with Data Base Products, we will walk you through the process to apply for the proper permission with the USDOT.

 

Ad Hoc

We will provide specific reports tailored to a client’s needs in lieu of a full subscription. Provide us with details of the information required, and we will give you a quote. Our minimum charge is $200 for domestic reports and $300 for International reports. International O&D reports have restricted access. Permission must be obtained from the US DOT.