We determine finalists and winners by examining flight status and arrival data from over 600 global sources from over 500 airlines around the world. Data includes published schedules, government agencies, civil aviation authorities, airlines, airports, and major airline reservation systems. Priority is given to the most reliable and timely sources. Our team implements corroborative analysis to “grade” and prioritize each source, using in-house tools configured to use the most reliable sources in each situation. Assigning tracking coverage thresholds to award categorizations requires careful consideration of the nature of airline operations and their underlying statistical performance.
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