Every day millions of travelers, agencies, and other interested parties rely on the information you provide. Travelers want to get to their destinations on time and avoid as many hassles as possible along the way. They want to know Flight Status Updates (FSU), connections, airport services, other airline information and even weather conditions. Travel agencies, hotels, search engines, airlines, and a host of other business and government entities rely on you to provide reliable, accurate, and up-to-the minute information.
Springbord, a world leader among providers of business information services, offers a wide range of technology-enabled services that will help you collect, sort, and maintain the airline database information your customers demand and that you need to stay ahead of the competition.
Travelers want to know the status of flights NOW, so being able to provide real-time updates is crucial. Springbord collects information on a real-time basis from major carrier websites and relays it to industry service providers in the format of their choice. The updates could be flight-based, route-based, or even airport-based, depending on the preference of the service provider.
Flight schedules are global in nature and so is the need to distribute that information to ticketing agents throughout the world. Springbord can aggregate and track flight schedules, origin and destination of flights, air charters, code shares, connection time, seat maps, operating carrier, arrival/departure time and date, tariff and rates, and time tables. Ticketing agents will be satisfied. Travelers will be thrilled.
We'll aggregate and maintain aircraft operator data, including background information, destinations served, network, fleets, IATA & ICAO codes, website links, contact information, employee data, financial results, traffic, ownership patterns, organizational hierarchy, sales & GSA offices, partners, code share agreements, and executive team profiles.
Identifying, understanding, and reporting flight delays due to inclement weather and other natural calamities is high on everybody's to-do list, including operators, passengers, GDS companies, ground handling staff, airlines, and other stakeholders. Springbord can aggregate this information and provide the data that becomes the basis for reports on predicted closures and resumption of normal services at affected airports.
Parts manufacturers need to accurately estimate future demand, and one way to do this is to understand the past contract data. Springbord will aggregate current and past airline MRO contract data (commercial & defense) from various sources, focusing on key data fields such as contract dates, periods, contract sizes, types of contracts, aircraft repair and overhaul data, engine models and manufacturers, and airframe models. The major sources of this type of information generally include websites of MRO companies and airline operators.