The Skytra global ticket database provides customised access in to the World’s largest airline ticket sales database* giving forward indications on yield, volume and revenue data at airline and regional level for the upcoming 9 month period.
As the air travel industry adapts to these unprecedented times, the Skytra global ticketing database provides a daily dynamic data stream, showing the forward pricing, volume and revenue curves for the air travel industry.
We take in billions of data points daily, representing actual seat tickets issued on real flights around the world.
The Skytra global ticketing database represents paid for and issued tickets of 83%** of global sales by value. It therefore provides an extraordinary view in to the future performance of airlines in both absolute and relative terms. It also shows the most accurate indicator of future passenger movements via origin & destination, airline, airport and terminals. At a time when airline schedules are in such a flux, this future data is critical information for many firms to deploy resources back in to the workforce. Because our data includes individual seats, we can aggregate up from a specific flight to an entire region or the World.
Who is it for?
Financial institutions and aviation industry participants.
What does it cover?
435 airlines’ tickets sales representing 83% of global industry ticket sales by value. More airlines are contributing data each year.
What is included in the database?
Bespoke data products (e.g airline, time period, geography) are available on request.
Key data points
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For Skytra’s regulated benchmarks, the Skytra Price Indices, please click here.
*Largest by size measured in petabytes and by value of tickets issued. Skytra takes in data on a daily basis from its data sources. Pre COVID the daily feed included >20 billion data points, currently 2 billion/day (May 2020).
** Source IATA.
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