Pricing & Revenue Management Blog

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Sergio Mendoza, PhD Sergio Mendoza, PhD Jun 28, 2017 8:00:00 AM

Airline Profits: The High Price of Doing Nothing – Infographic

Airlines can add up to 5% additional net revenues to the bottom line if they improve their pricing processes, access real-time data to calculate fares, and rely on cloud-based technology to uncover hidden revenue opportunities, according to "The High Cost of Doing Nothing," our recently published infographic.

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Sergio Mendoza, PhD Sergio Mendoza, PhD Jun 14, 2017 1:12:31 PM

It's Time Airlines Consider a New Pricing Approach

Shortly after unveiling our pricing intelligence platform at the Aviation Festival in Miami last month, my colleague and Airnguru co-founder Javier Jimenez and I were interviewed by Airline Profits. And when it comes to airline profits, we quickly formed a consensus - there aren't enough of them.

Why Is the Airline Industry So Full of Software Problems?
Javier Jimenez Javier Jimenez Sep 14, 2016 11:32:44 AM

Airline Industry IT Glitches: Are Softwares Up To Date?

Ticketing and distribution systems can also face computer glitches that, in the dynamics of yield management, can have a ripple effect. These can be costly mistakes if the airline is not fast to correct it, due to a complex networked structure of legacy carriers, hiding errors and inconsistencies.

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Sergio Mendoza, PhD Sergio Mendoza, PhD Aug 9, 2016 8:30:00 AM

How is air travel going to look like towards 2030?

Earlier, we looked at some airline industry trends, wondering whether airline pricing optimization would evolve by 2020, as digital developments in areas such as Big Data, the Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence are reshaping the way airline pricing analytics works.

A couple of weeks ago, Richard Branson, the founder of Virgin Airlines, called for an exciting challenge on LinkedIn. He asked people how they think air travel will have changed in 10 years’ time.