Infare Airports is an Airfare Analytics developed to assist Route and Network Planners, and Analysts in creating solid business cases. It also provides valuable insight when preparing for annual airline meetings.
Infare Airports supports the creation of monthly revenue estimations at Carrier O&D level, thus enabling earning estimations at overall route level. It also facilitates carriers and flights O&D comparison.
Monitoring the performance of your network and comparing it with that of your competitors has never been this easy!
Thanks to our advanced algorithm which takes into account customers’ buying behaviours, the precision of the price estimate is enhanced by the 20 – 25%.
To better support your analysis, Infare Airports provides you with several views: Price, Market Position, Price Buckets, Price Development and Price Development by AP.
Use Infare Airports to compare airports at both carrier and flight level, to monitor routes aggregated prices, to define slots prices, to get forward-looking snapshots, and to track price developments.
WHY INFARE AIRPORTS?
Our data extraction process takes into account relevant booking structures through route-specific booking weights. In so doing, any underpricing effect is avoided.
What’s more, the problem of non-frequent flights is overcome thanks to our bullet-proof advanced search mode, hence making the data you get truly complete and accurate.
Data is always validated and cleansed before conducting aggregation, which ensures high levels of data consistency and transparency.
The high levels of accuracy and consistency result in unmatched data usability.
Marco NiermannMarket Research Analyst / Hamburg Airport
Using Infare’s fare data allows us to see the whole picture when it comes to the performance of our route at Hamburg Airport. Seat load factor information only shows just half the truth. By combining it with ticket prices, we get all the data we need to thoroughly monitor our routes. Infare helped us develop a customised HAM Airport product by taking into account the special booking behaviour in individual markets. This approach, combined with a large number of data points, enables us to receive valid ticket price information which has become an integral part of our marketing and market research at Hamburg Airport.