OAG and Dohop Announce Data Partnership

OAG, the global leader in Aviation Intelligence and a UBM Aviation brand, has signed a new partnership for worldwide flight schedule data with the Icelandic travel technology company, Dohop. For the first time since their inception, the Dohop travel search engines now allow travellers to access OAG's industry leading flight schedules information to plan and book their flights.

Processing and distributing worldwide flight schedules since 1929, OAG is the trusted source for aviation information and analytical services. OAG's comprehensive and proprietary airline schedules, database holds future and historical flight details for over 1,000 airlines and more than 4,000 airports. This aggregated data feeds the world's global distribution systems and travel portals, and drives the internal systems of many airlines, airports, air traffic control systems, aircraft manufacturers, and government agencies around the world.

"We are delighted to partner with Dohop," said Mike Thompson, Vice President Sales & Innovation at UBM Aviation. "Coupling Dohop's world class flight search with our OAG data will help us achieve our joint objective of providing Dohop's customers with a superior option for booking flights."

"This new data agreement makes Dohop's world class flight search even more powerful, " said Kristjan Bjarnason, Chief Executive Officer, Dohop. "We chose OAG to power our flight search engine because of their more accurate and extensive data, which means we can provide a better service to our corporate customers, consumers and white-label affiliate partners."

OAG and Dohop Announce Data Partnership

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