This depends on your use case. Some customers receive a Cirium flight schedule file delivered every x days via our Data Drop API. A monthly schedule file delivery is sufficient for use cases such as route analysis. If you are checking flights, then we recommend a weekly schedule file to ensure up-to-date content. We also offer Schedules APIs that are updated daily. Schedule accuracy depends on the timing of when we receive the carrier's schedule delivery and the timing of their schedule changes.
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