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Cirium releases the 2021 On-Time Performance Review featuring a new Platinum Award for operational excellence.

The 2021 Airline Insights Report is Cirium’s collection of expert analyses covering a wide range of topics surrounding airlines at the core and the aviation industry that encircles them.

The report covers:

  • Top routes flown and airports in 2021
  • The current state of the global passenger traffic, capacity and fleet
  • Sustainability initiatives in the airline industry
  • Airline startups and new routes flown in 2021
  • Average airfares in key markets
  • Spotlights on APAC and Latin America

TO READ THE FULL CIRIUM AIRLINE INSIGHTS REVIEW 2021, INCLUDING THE SEVEN PREDICTIONS OF 2022 – CLICK HERE

Global Aircraft Emissions Monitor

Cirium uses actual flight and aircraft data to calculate fuel burn and emissions. No other independent source can provide calculations based on the same fused data sets.

With the largest data store of flight information, Cirium applies complete profiles of the actual flight and aircraft and then combines the aircraft and flight data with block fuel burn models to come up with highly accurate CO2 emissions.

Cirium airline schedules data

Available in Diio MiTM, SRS AnalyzerTM or by API or download, Cirium’s airline schedule and routes data is updated more than 100,000 times a day. With the strictest quality assurance process in the industry, Cirium customers have access to complete and accurate schedule data, even during volatile times. Now with the introduction of DiioTM Schedule Snapshot, airline planners can analyze schedule changes by publication date.


Elevate your business

“Elevate your business showcases demonstrates the opportunity for innovation in a time of disruption,” says Jeremy Bowen, CEO at Cirium.

Data is a key element in accelerating digital transformation in aviation. Data fluency and analytics are driving bold decisions and reinvention among companies poised for success in a recovering market.

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