To see International routes in the Diio Mi O&D reports, you must receive permission from the US Government annual.
You will need to apply with the U.S. Department of Transportation (“DOT”) Bureau of Transportation Statistics (“BTS”) Research and Innovative Technology Administration (“RITA”) to access their restricted International Origin and Destination (“O&D”) Survey (DB1B) data.
In order to get access to this restricted data, you have to apply with the U.S. DOT BTS RITA office. If you are not an airline or an airport, you’ll also have to get one of these entities to vouch that you need access in order to assist them.
You have to read and fill out the attached form, and draft up a letter that you can customize for your organization with the attached template. It doesn't really matter who from your organization makes the request on these forms, so there’s no need to get approval from your CEO. It’s probably better if a user of the data is the one making the request. This letter template is for airlines and airports, so you’d have to modify a bit for your situation.
Page 2 of the Certification form explains the restrictions in more detail.
Once you fill out and sign these two documents, you have to go to the DOT website:
At this website, you need to login, submit the forms, and say that Diio is your supplier.
Once the DOT approves your request, you’ll receive an email with the approval document. Please forward that document to us, so that we may enable access.