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AirAsia, LATAM Airlines and U-FLY Alliance on revenue management

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Efficient revenue management for airlines is more important than ever as LCCs, and increasing numbers of FSCs unbundle their fares to offer the lowest costs to travellers. With more ancillary revenue streams than ever before, and technology changing the way travel is bought and sold by airline websites, metasearch players and OTAs, it’s critical that you get it right if …

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CIOs from AirAsia, Garuda Indonesia & Vistara on how aviation is going digital

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Every part of our lives has been digitised. Every industry and every organisation will have to transform itself. The whole tech industry is changing at a phenomenal pace right now. Airline executives around the world see the need to invest in digitising their business—to improve customer experience and streamline operations. While many leaders claim that they have the vision to change, …


India: The new flight path

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LCCs account for 59% of India’s domestic traffic and are the major force behind the country’s fast growing aviation market India is currently served by 70 foreign airlines and five Indian carriers, with the latter having a market share of around 36%. With the fuel prices expected to stay low, and India’s GDP projected to expand at around 7.5% or …


New airline ancillary revenue management strategies

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Airlines have different customer segments and different network structures. Therefore ancillary products and marketing strategies have to take this into account and need to be tailor-made to fit with the customer’s needs, their buying behaviour and their willingness to pay. Saravanan Ramasamy, Group Head Distribution & Ancillary Commercial of AirAsia and Andrew Cowen, CEO of HK Express joined us at the Aviation Festival …

AirAsia, Citilink, Nok Air and Spring to share their secrets for success

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Low-cost carriers are a major part of Asia’s booming airline industry. That’s why we’re once again bringing together some of the LCC industry’s best and brightest minds, to share first-hand updates and debate the biggest challenges facing the low-cost travel in Asia and beyond at Aviation Festival Asia 2016. Here’s a quick review on who they are and why they’ll …