Welcome to the INFARE’s Resource Center!

Whether you are new to the Aviation Industry or just willing to close some knowledge gaps, this is the right place to be! Browse through our collection of white papers, case studies and webinars to gain extra insight on a wide range of industry-related topics.

 

Free Webinar: Airfare Big Data, What’s in it for your airport?

 

We collaborated with International Airport Review, gathered our BI experts, dived into the newest insights and answered your questions!
 
It is 47 minutes of high quality & interactive content. During the webinar, we looked at how Airfare Big Data allows airports to analyse airline customers' performance and identify new revenue opportunities. We also analysed one of the most celebrated success stories of the past months: Norwegian's long-haul operations from London Gatwick to New York J.F.K. Norwegian partnership with London Gatwick can be used as a benchmark of successful collaboration between airlines and airports. However, we not simply analyzed the performance of Norwegian for the route, but also kept a close eye on the competition between Gatwick and Heathrow for the traffic to New York.

You can also read the summary and the overview here.
 
The webinar is free and all we ask for is your contribution to get our BI Experts happy. How to do it? Easy, ask new questions and share your feedback with our team at ggu@infare.com !

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Case Study: The Norwegian Bet on LGW – has the honeymoon ended?

 

Norwegian partnership with London Gatwick can be used as a benchmark of successful collaboration between airlines and airports. While showing multi-million dollar operating earnings during 2016, Norwegian has exhibited a 2/3 drop in revenue on the route London Gatwick-New York J.F.K during 2017. However, the reasons appear to be industry, rather than carrier-based.

From an airport perspective, considering the impact that Norwegian's low cost long-haul strategy had on Gatwick and London Heathrow, it is reasonable to say that both airports are presented with opportunities, as well as threats.

In this case study we will be looking at how the situation has evolved during 2017 and the first months of 2018 for the route LGW – JFK. While doing it, we will not simply analyze the performance of Norwegian for the route, but also keep a close eye on the competition between Gatwick and Heathrow for the traffic to New York.

 

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Case Study: The Norwegian Bet

 

Norwegian low-cost long-haul strategy is daring and it is still making the news. Just like many others we have wondered how the carrier has performed when it comes to revenue.

Our Analytic Team has investigated Norwegian's performance looking at the route London Gatwick (LGW) – New York J.F.K. (JFK). What’s more, we analysed the impact that Norwegian's operations on LGW-JFK are having on the market, specifically on the demand for the route London Heathrow-New York J.F.K.

 

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Case Study: Analyzing untapped revenue opportunities (CPH-VIE route)

 

As other European airports, Vienna has enjoyed two years of extremely successful business operations. Interestingly, passenger traffic on the route CPH-VIE has increased more slowly than in the rest of the market.

According to our estimations, this route has the potential to attract traffic amounting to circa 7.000 additional passengers each month. The most suitable carrier to fit into the CPH-VIE needs to have a well-planned strategy to be able to avoid wing-to-wing competition with current players.

Our Analytic Team pinpointed a number of potential carriers which could start operating profitably in the route. The analysis focused on airlines’ reaction to competition, their overall price strategy, connectivity and level of price volatility.

 

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From Big Airfare Data to Competitive Insight. Where to start??

 

Data is the new oil, and when it comes to Big Data this is even more true. All industries are working hard to leverage the power of this resource and the aviation industry is no exception. However, only the right combination of Big Airfare Data and adequate data visualisation can lead to actual insight.

Where do we start when we want to make sure the insight we get can support strategic and tactic decision making? From high quality airfare information.

In the aviation business no single airfare data source contains full information. As airfare data coming from different sources are not easily combined, the choice of the data becomes critical.
Within this white paper we analyse different types of airfares looking at the three dimensions of information quality: transparency, consistency and accuracy.

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How to leverage the Power of Volatility when assessing Route Potential

 

Volatility is the measure of price fluctuations across all collected fares. Airports can take advantage of information on airfare volatility in several ways.
Measuring volatility is particularly useful when developing price scenarios, which in turn are needed to thoroughly evaluate the earning potential of any route. Furthermore, together with price information, volatility can be used to provide a strong indication of the strategies used by airlines.

Discover how Airports can leverage information on price volatility to better assess the potential of routes and build more complete cases for airline prospects.
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Case Study: NUE-LHR Route Potential

 

The aim of this case study is to analyse British Airways' business opportunities for the route Nuremberg (NUE) – London Heathrow (LHR).
As the route can be classified as a feeder route, we have considered the overall traffic flow from NUE via LHR to transatlantic destinations, as well as, the direct traffic flow.

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WEBINAR: Predicting the future from Historical KPIs

 

Historical airfare data can reveal Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and provide valuable insight into the profit potential of existing or future routes.

In this webinar we will discuss:

How historical fare can be analyzed to reveal important KPIs
• How these KPIs can lead to more profitable Pricing and RM practices
• How to identify the Routes where aircrafts can be profitably deployed

The Webinar has been designed and run jointly by INFARE and ATN in November 2016.

 

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