Skytra’s global ticketing database is created by cross referencing and aggregating daily air travel ticket information from two of the world’s largest sources. One source provides ticket level transaction data, the other provides offered ticket level pricing data. The Skytra data scientist team developed a proprietary method to cross reference both data sets in order price around 83% of all air travel tickets sold around the worldwide, every single day of the year.
We work with different types of data to develop our regulated and non-regulated products. The consistent elements across our data partners are scale, granularity, frequency of availability, governance and robustness of due process and the uniqueness of the data. This allows our data team to measure the World and develop unique and detailed insights for customers.
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