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In this recent whitepaper, we take a closer look at how airfare disparity can affect customer relationships, overall brand image and ultimately, the bottom line. Learn how monitoring airfares across all distribution channels can help airlines compete effectively, maintain and build profitability and protect their brand reputation with consumers.
Malaysia Airlines operates in a demanding environment driven by overcapacity in the South-East Asian region and domestic markets. Read our case study to learn how the carrier achieved record-breaking results in this extremely competitive landscape.
Learn how Air Malta uses Infare’s pricing intelligence solutions to monitor airfares for key routes, predict and verify daily revenue management decisions; steer and adjust pricing strategies to remain competitive in the low-cost market.
Ryanair partnered with Infare back in January 2016 and renewed the partnership in 2019. Find out how Infare’s data and expertise empowers Ryanair to continuously optimise its pricing strategies and sustain an impressive level of commercial success.
In this case study we will be looking at how the situation has evolved during 2017 and the first months of 2018 for the route LGW – JFK. While doing it, we will not simply analyze the performance of Norwegian for the route, but also keep a close eye on the competition between Gatwick and Heathrow for the traffic to New York.
Our Analytic Team pinpointed a number of potential carriers which could start operating profitably in the route. The analysis focused on airlines’ reaction to competition, their overall price strategy, connectivity and level of price volatility.