The air traffic demand data service provides air traffic management (ATM) actors with the most accurate picture of the pan-European air traffic demand, past and future, as well as to support the Network Operations Planning process.
Through the Demand Data Repository (DDR) database, flight intentions are collected from airlines and airports, they are processed, stored and distributed to internal Network Manager subscribers systems. Collected flight intentions are used to enrich historical traffic demand and to improve the accuracy of traffic demand forecasts.
Agreements have been sought with data providers to supply flight intentions for the current season and next season (as soon as available) together with regular updates (daily, or weekly) of the initial information.
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