Drill down through millions of commercial flights
InsightIQ Flights is a powerful analysis application that unites our Fleets data with aircraft asset movement and utilisation to build a complete picture of global flight activity. With 35 million flights tracked annually, InsightIQ Flights supports both the effective monitoring of existing portfolios and fleets and the successful identification of future deal opportunities and divestments.
InsightIQ's innovative data-manipulation and permutation technology lets you combine current flight data with utilisation history to understand operators' aircraft deployment. You’ll recognise where aircraft are being flown, how they are being utilised and be able to identify unusual patterns, warning signs and risks of default.
With InsightIQ it’s possible to view and appreciate the utilisation and flight maps of single aircraft by MSN or entire fleets, whether current or historical. You can scrutinise utilisation figures matched to OEM and flight data by operator, flight type, sector, primary role, or aircraft model to identify market trends, threats and opportunities.
Spot market trends
Track single asset, fleet or user-driven portfolios
Select origin and destination airports, cities, countries or regions to understand operator market share of specific routes
Profile leased versus owned aircraft employment
Interrogate historical flight data by operator, flight type, primary role and aircraft model to understand market patterns
Intuitive analysis, bottom up or top down
Profile reactions to major events such as Covid-19 at a macro, single operator or registration level
InsightIQ uses flight data sourced from a trusted, market-leading provider of global flight tracking data for thousands of daily flights. We update InsightIQ with over 35 million flights annually so our clients can perform meaningful, swift and accurate analysis.
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