O&D, Leg, or Hybrid? Balancing Revenue Management Sophistication and Complexity
There are three types of inventory controls when it comes to revenue management systems — O&D, leg and hybrid. Which approach is best for your airline?
Prioritizing & Marketing Travel Safety Will Help Airlines Capture Rising Demand
Demand has been building for a long time now, and data says all those eager travelers are most likely to fly with airlines providing a safe journey.
What is the Difference Between Origin & Destination and Leg/Segment Inventory Controls?
When it comes to revenue management, there are two competing optimization strategies — origin and destination (O&D) and segments. Let's take a look at them.
As It Launches the Digital Retailing Airline of the Future, Flyr Partners with Kambr to Implement a Continuous Pricing Solution
The Norwegian startup airline and revenue management platform have been in their innovation labs devising a new way to serve travelers by presenting flexible and streamlined offers
What Does IATA’s Travel Pass Mean for Air Travel Demand?
The IATA Travel Pass has rolled out and had successful trial phases, but what does it mean for air travel in totality? Will it be catalyst to a spike in demand?
Continuous Pricing + Refined Segmentation + Competitive Landscape Understanding = Winning Revenue Optimization Mix
Benjamin Cany of Amadeus shares his view on the emerging continuous pricing solution and on other offer and revenue optimization strategies.
Low-Cost Carriers (LCCs) Set to Continue Breakout Post-COVID
Low-cost carriers will lead the demand recovery while pushing revenue management technology forward.
Fare Classes and Buckets: What They are & How Pricing Strategies are Changing
Airlines have traditionally used a segmentation mechanism know as fare buckets or fare classes, but that practice is slowly changing for more dynamic solutions.
Holistic Commercial Thinking: Managing in Pandemic Urgencies & Beyond
Check out this infographic from #rebootaviation which outlines how airlines can leverage holistic commercial thinking to manage pandemic urgencies.
Managing a Tepid Business Travel Recovery Requires More Than Sharp Pricing
How can your airline handle slow business travel recovery? Reduced travel by business customers requires new strategies stretching far beyond revenue management.
Lufthansa Group Shares the Details of Its Continuous Pricing Solution
One of the biggest topics in commercial aviation has been continuous pricing, so we interviewed two Lufthansa Group executives responsible for rolling out the product.
Airlines' Commercial Challenges & Opportunities in 2021 & Beyond
A panel of four experts explores what is needed to navigate the emerging new landscape of airline commercial realities in a pandemic environment.
Increase Revenue With This Simple Revenue Management Housekeeping Chore
Cluster analysis and classification schemas are not the sexiest parts of revenue management. But they are vital parts of optimizing RM performance.
AirAsia Aims for Streamlined Revenue Management & Data Science Processes with Kambr's Eddy Software
AirAsia accelerates the implementation of Kambr’s revenue management software, which brings greater agility, fresh data insights and an intuitive working environment for its
The Collapse of Data Silos Will Drive Airlines' Commercial Unification
For airlines to find commercial success in the post-COVID world, old techniques must fall by the wayside in favor of democratized data and inter-departmental collaboration.
How Airlines Can Test Demand Before and After Re-Adding Capacity
How can airlines test the demand waters before committing to flights that may not sell at sufficient volume or yield to break even?
Kambr Closes $3 Million Funding Round & Hires Former Revenue Management Systems Executive Sean Moriarty as CTO, While Inking Software Deals with 5 Global Airlines
In a time when much of the industry has been curtailed, travel-tech startup Kambr has continued to grow through customer acquisition, funding and personnel additions.
Airlines, When Pent Up Travel Demand Bursts, Will Your Buckets Be Ready?
With the news of a possible vaccine on the way, we very well may be inching closer to that long-awaited time. Fortunately for airlines, there is still ample time to prepare.
What Lufthansa Group’s Continuous Pricing Solution Means for the Airline Industry
The Lufthansa Group has launched an industry-first “continuous pricing” (CP) solution. This means the group’s carriers can offer a theoretically infinite number of distinct prices.
Corendon Airlines Undergoes Process Transformation as the Tour-Operator Owned Carrier Aims to Grow Scheduled Flights to 75% of Revenue by 2025
The airline is evolving its business model and processes, securing strategic expansion and investing in digital innovation, while keeping an optimistic outlook for 2021.
How Commercial Airline Executives are Approaching the COVID-19 Pandemic
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic demand has shrunk to unthinkable lows and the entire industry has been turned upside down, presenting airline executives with all new challenges.
How Airlines Can Leverage Pricing & Ancillaries to Increase Revenue
Given the low demand levels and hesitancy of many people to fly, ancillaries are an effective way for airlines to generate income and increase immediate cashflow.