RateGain, the market leader in data and intelligence solutions for travel and hospitality, today announced that they have been chosen by Aeromar, the oldest airline of Mexico for its advanced, real-time airfare price intelligence solution, AirGain. Powered by Big Data, the next-gen airfare expert solution would offer vital pricing insights and data, along with detailed comp-set insights that would enable the airline to take effective pricing decisions and come up with a robust revenue strategy.
Commenting on the partnership, Apurva Chamaria, Chief Revenue Officer, RateGain, says, “Aeromar has been successfully running operations in Mexico for the past 31 years, and one of the reasons for their success is their ability to adapt to market shifts. The team at Aeromar understands the role real-time intelligence plays in enhancing pricing and revenue operations and selected AirGain to help them impact both efficiency and experience.AirGain will not only gather all the required pricing data on the competition and industry but also provide deep insights into the airline revenue management team helping them make smarter and faster business decisions. We look forward to becoming a trusted technology partner and help them maximize their revenue every day.”
According to Juan Ignacio Rossello, Director Commercial Aeromar “Aeromar believes in providing value to its travelers making it important to recalibrate our pricing based on market changes accurately. Every Airline needs access to data which is real-time, relevant and has incorporated intelligence from multiple sources. AirGain delivers on all of the above parameters and ensures that the data is not cached or incorrect which provides exhaustive and critical data points that are important to factor in for revenue maximization.”
AirGain launched in 2017, is an innovative SaaS-based airfare pricing intelligence product designed to enhance the revenue & operational efficiency of the fastest growing airlines in the world and is trusted by forward-looking airlines like Lufthansa, Singapore Airlines, Allegiant Air, Brussels Airlines, Bangkok Airways, Indigo and many more.
Established in January 1987 as Transportes Aeromar, the carrier today operates scheduled direct services to Mexico’s domestic destinations and international services to the USA. Aeromar is based at Mexico City International Airport and currently operates a fleet of 9 ATR aircraft (ATR 42s and ATR 72s) to 18 destinations. Aeromar is the largest regional airline in Mexico.
For more information, visit Aeromar’s website at www.aeromar.com.mx.
RateGain is the #1 provider of SaaS products, which help travel, and hospitality companies make more revenue every day. RateGain offers products, which help with rate intelligence, cognitive revenue management, smart e-distribution, and brand engagement. RateGain is proud to support 500,000+ hotel properties globally impacting 13 Bn $ revenue by providing 240 billion rate and availability updates & powering over 30 Million bookings. RateGain is trusted by 25 out of the top 30 OTAs, tour operators and wholesalers, 23 of the top 30 hotel chains, 7 out of the top 10 car rental companies, top 5 cruise lines, and many leading airlines worldwide. In 2018, RateGain acquired DHISCO, which made it the only company in the world to offer end-to-end smart distribution.
For more information, visit www.rategain.com
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