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Introducing the Lumo Airport API

Posted by Bala Chandran on Oct 14, 2020 3:18:05 AM

Wish there was an API to tell you everything you wanted to know abut delays at an airport? Now there is! Lumo's Airport API combines our flight-level predictions and real-time weather and ATC data to deliver a comprehensive view of current and predicted disruptions at an airport.

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Tags: AI, API


The Free Lumo Trial API is here!

Posted by Bala Chandran on Oct 12, 2020 1:00:00 PM

It's official – we're making access to our API easier! You can now try a limited version of our API for evaluation and testing, and be up and running in a few minutes (did we say it's free?). Just head on over to our free trial page, put in your email, and we'll email you an API key in seconds.  

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Tags: machine learning, API


Lumo now has health alerts and COVID stats

Posted by Bala Chandran on Jul 16, 2020 12:51:42 PM

The nature of travel has changed, and so have travelers' and travel managers' expectations of technology. We are doing our part to help manage travel in these complicated times.

Lumo's data now includes health alerts and safety advisories from various government agencies including the US Department of State, Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the US Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC), detailed daily COVID stats, and more. 

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Tags: API, navigator, Duty of care, Health and safety


Flight delayed on a nice, sunny day? Lumo's GDP predictions are now available through APIs

Posted by Hamsa Balakrishnan on Feb 25, 2020 1:04:00 PM

It's sunny as you look out the airplane window, you check the weather at your destination and all looks great too, but the pilot says you're waiting for clearance from Air Traffic Control to take off. What gives?

Several factors limit the rate at which flights can land safely at an airport, including visibility, wind gusts and wind direction, cloud ceilings, on so on. The Air Traffic Control system in the United States manages these conditions through Ground Delay Programs (or GDPs). During a GDP, flights headed to an airport with reduced landing capacity are held on the ground at their origin airport (hence the term ground delay). This prevents flights from taking off too early and queuing in the air near the airport, which is more expensive and less safe.

Lumo's machine learning algorithms predict GDPs and their impact on flight delays.

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Tags: machine learning, forecast, API, airlines


Worried about that connecting flight? We crunched the numbers so you don't have to.

Posted by Bala Chandran on Jan 29, 2020 12:15:00 PM

I see you – leaning halfway out of your seat before the plane lands so you're ready to grab your bag and sprint to make your connecting flight – and I'm here to tell you it's going to be ok. Lumo is here to help.

At Lumo, we recognize that not all delays are created equal. A 30-minute delay on a nonstop flight may not matter much, but could be the difference between making your connection or not on a connecting itinerary.

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Tags: machine learning, probability, forecast, API, insurance


Driving Traveler Satisfaction: Adelman Travel integrates Lumo's API

Posted by Emily Sullivan on Dec 11, 2018 11:54:00 AM

The negative impacts of flight delays and disruptions are well documented. Globally, flight delays are estimated to cost over 60 billion USD, and in the U.S. two out of every three flight delays are caused by somewhat predictable events, such as weather, air traffic control restrictions, or another forecastable cause. Most critical for travel agencies and travel management companies (TMCs) is the personal impact on the traveler: over half of all business travelers list delays and cancellations as the most frustrating part of travel.

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Tags: ROI, data, API


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