15. November 2021
Yet again, we see the growing appetite of airlines for competitor air travel data.
We are pleased to highlight several members of our growing family of airline customers, three of whom launched operations this year! All partner with Infare to access solutions to monitor their competition and support their decision-making process efficiently, equipping their Revenue Management teams.
As our airline customer group keeps growing, it means our give-to-get community keeps expanding too, bringing additional benefits to all.
Ultra Air is the newest Colombian ultra-low-cost start-up expected to commence operations by the end of 2021. Based in Medellín, Colombia, the carrier plans to operate domestic routes during the first year. It will then incorporate international routes, such as Mexico City, Cancun, Miami, Santo Domingo, Quito, Guayaquil, Lima, Curacao, Aruba, New York and Punta Cana, from the second year onwards.
Itapemirim Transportes Aéreos Sa
Itapemirim Transportes Aéreos Sa, the Brazilian start-up airline which launched operations on 29 June 2021, aims to democratise domestic, commercial aviation. The carrier wants to bring a new air travel experience to the country, offering a differentiated proposal focused on comfort and quality of customer service. ITA currently flies to 13 Brazilian cities.
Breeze Airways are a team of aviation, hospitality and technology enthusiasts who believe flying is the greatest privilege and opportunity in the world. The airline believes it should be an accessible and genuinely nice experience for everyone and was created as a new airline merging technology with kindness. Breeze provides nonstop service between underserved routes across the US at affordable fares and is one of two new US air carriers launched in 14 years. With seamless booking, no change or cancellation fees and customised flight features delivered via a sleek and simple app, Breeze wants to make it easy to buy and easy to fly.
Solaseed Air is a Japanese full-service carrier serving Haneda Airport, the largest hub for domestic flights in Japan. The airline operates flights between Tokyo and Kyushu, Okinawa region, and offers an “8 Smiles” program to its customers, with the objective to make each customer’s journey easy and enjoyable.
SkyUp Airlines, the Ukrainian low-cost airline headquartered in Kyiv, operates according to a hybrid model performing charter flights and regular low-cost flights. Established in June 2017, operating flights since May 2018, the airline’s network of routes covers Europe, the Caucasus, the Middle East, Central Asia and Africa. SkyUp Airlines’ mission is to make air travel affordable to an increasing number of Ukrainians. The company’s goals are to bring air transportation in Ukraine to the next level of service and innovation and increase SkyUp’s share in the Ukrainian air transportation market to 50% by growing the fleet, opening new bases and adding new services.