Articles tagged “flyr”

Airlines

Norway’s Flyr to Raise More Money After Delta Variant Impacts Launch

Coronavirus continues to play havoc with the fortunes of airlines, and especially those trying to break into new markets. Is a $30 million "buffer" enough to carry Flyr through to the other side?

Norway’s Flyr to Raise More Money After Delta Variant Impacts Launch

Airlines

All-Star Investors Katzenberg, Thiel, and Tosi Take Stake in Travel Startup Flyr

The WestCap Group has led a $150 million round in Flyr, a startup that helps travel companies boost their revenue. "Mogul management" appears to be the new "revenue management."

All-Star Investors Katzenberg, Thiel, and Tosi Take Stake in Travel Startup Flyr

Airlines

JetBlue-Backed Startup Flyr Buys Two Companies to Expand Its Airline Software

Airlines have historically been cautious about adopting new technologies. So it's striking to hear any talk that carriers are buying new software during the pandemic-related revenue crisis.

JetBlue-Backed Startup Flyr Buys Two Companies to Expand Its Airline Software

Online Travel

Airlines Tweak Their Pricing Strategies to Adopt New Ways to Boost Revenue

Airlines need to shift from forecasting models that rely primarily on historical data to ones that analyze real-time demand. That's how Amazon and other e-commerce companies handle pricing. No wonder travel tech players PROS, Amadeus, Sabre, and Flyr spy an opportunity.

Airlines Tweak Their Pricing Strategies to Adopt New Ways to Boost Revenue
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Airlines

Skift Aviation Forum Video: The Future of Transportation Revenue Management

In this video conversation from the 2021 Skift Aviation Forum, we hear from Alex Mans, founder and CEO of FLYR Labs, and Dan Marcec, research editor at SkiftX, on how artificial intelligence and deep learning tech can give travel businesses crucial data insights to help make smarter and more profitable decisions.

Skift Aviation Forum Video: The Future of Transportation Revenue Management

Online Travel

5 Travel Startups Popularizing Installment Payments for Vacations

In the past nine months, a group of relatively low-profile startups began signing up brands like Expedia and United Vacations to the concept of layaway plans for buying travel.

5 Travel Startups Popularizing Installment Payments for Vacations