Find complete supply and demand insights with Cirium traffic and fares data
Answer the question: “How many passengers actually flew from point A to point B in a particular time period, and how much did they pay?”
Global traffic and fares data is critical for operational and financial planning, forecasting, revenue planning, risk and credit management and more.
Airports can leverage fares and traffic data to understand traveler trends and revenue opportunities, leading to growth and retention along with stronger business development proposals.
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With Cirium FM Traffic, financial investors, risk managers and lessors can analyze and improve asset and credit risk by viewing route yield and revenue for better financial and risk forecasting.
By analyzing fares and traffic data, airports can get the full picture of supply and demand to forecast resource needs, anticipate traveler demand and build more complete aviation development pitches. The data tracks flight schedules by airlines and alliances, airports and more. Use it to help understand trends in arrival and departure volume worldwide.
Cirium fares and traffic data is created using a variety of traffic and fare information sources and a suite of statistical models to come as close as possible to an accurate value for the full market size. The data is a historical estimate, and includes itinerary (origin, destination, connections, and marketing and operating airline) and other sources.
O&D Summary Report The FM-Traffic O&D Summary Report shows details for all routes servicing the specified origin and destination airport.
Segment Report The FM-Traffic Segment Report shows details for each unique itinerary which touches the Segment Airport or which routes a flight segment through the Segment Airport to the Segment Destination airport.
POS (Point of Sale) Report The FM-Traffic Point of Sale Report shows information for the flights operated from a specific airport or region to another region, broken down by Country of Sale.