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FLYR Partners with Infare, Boosting Airlines’ Competitive Intelligence

Infare has supported FLYR’s growth with great interest and enthusiasm since the company’s start in 2014. Eight years later, the natural decision to collaborate marks an expansion of the long-term relationship between the two organizations. The partnership takes FLYR’s science-forward forecasting and revenue optimization capabilities to even greater heights, providing increased competitor awareness for its customers.

Infare, a leading air travel data provider for revenue management teams, empowers airlines with accurate data intelligence on the current competitive landscape. Infare integrates its air travel competitor data directly into The Revenue Operating System® from FLYR, and, as a technology partner, FLYR automatically leverages the potential of Infare’s data across forecasts and pricing automation.

The result is direct data availability within the FLYR solution and easy-access to rich competitive insights that often went underutilized – until now.

FLYR uses deep learning to understand context, mapping each piece of commercial data or input to optimize revenue management strategies. By understanding such correlation, FLYR provides accurate forecasts and automated pricing decisions that enable improved performance across all commercial functions. The Revenue Operating System® clarifies revenue-impacting decisions that touch marketing, scheduling and planning, executive leadership, and air cargo.

Nils Gelbjerg-Hansen, founder and CEO of Infare, says: “FLYR technology redefines the way airlines operate and manage their revenue systems. I first connected with Alex Mans at the start of his journey with FLYR and am incredibly excited about this cooperation. I am sure that in the future we will continue to expand the synergies between the two companies, benefiting our airline customers across the world.”

Alexander Mans, founder and CEO of FLYR, says: “This partnership is exemplary of the complete shift in the way airlines utilize data, manage their revenue, and support commercial decisions. With Infare, we add to our endless supply of contextual data, helping navigate the complexities of a highly competitive environment. Together, we can help shape the future of the industry in ways that were previously unimaginable.”

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