Our Data

ARC has the world's most comprehensive air transaction data, which can be leveraged to identify travel trends and accelerate business growth.

Total Sales

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Global Segments

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Passenger Trips

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EMD Sales

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Historical data as of December 31, 2018.

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ARC's data is versatile, delivering actionable insights into broad trends and distinct details.

Airlines

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Commissions

$1.43 B
Billion
32%
Corporate
$458 M
68%
Other
$968 M

Average Ticket Price

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2017 average price

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2016 average price

Retail Agency Locations

12,100

Historical data as of December 31, 2018.

The World's Most Comprehensive
Air Transaction Data

Objective
Objective

As a central hub connecting airlines, travel agencies and system providers, ARC provides data that is credible, unbiased and neutral.

Comprehensive
Comprehensive

ARC's data represents more than $94.7 billion in annual travel agency sales (2.7 billion passenger flights per year) and includes both historical and forward-looking data.

Valuable
Valuable

ARC's data is uniquely versatile, helping businesses analyze their own sales metrics, benchmark against peers and holistically evaluate the air travel landscape.

Secure
Secure

ARC has been PCI Level 1 Compliant asa a service provider and merchant since 2005 and ISO 27001 certified since 2013, demonstrating a commitment to comprehensive, enterprise-wide security.

Our Data in Action

Our Story

ARC provides flexible distribution solutions and the world’s most comprehensive air travel data, helping airlines and travel agencies connect, grow and thrive.

New research from GBTA and ARC reveals opportunities for corporations to track more meaningful, traveler-centric metrics.

Airline loyalty programs first appeared in the early 1980s, with American Airlines pioneering the idea of offering rewards to their frequent travelers.

Card-not-present (CNP) fraud continues to be one of the greatest payment challenges facing travel agencies.