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THE BEAT INTERVIEW - Why CEO Jim Davidson is 'bullish' that distribution is moving into a modern era

By | on Jul 19, 2018 |   Airline Distribution IATA NDC

The Beat editor-in-chief Jay Boehmer recently quizzed Jim Davidson, who he described as "provocateur, gadfly and agitator", about the status of NDC distribution. Topics addressed in the interview incl[...]

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Watch: Dynamic Pricing in Action

By | on Jun 07, 2018 |   Dynamic Pricing for Airlines air pricing

Watch this short video (2 mins 32 seconds) to see the dynamic pricing capabilities of the FLX Airline Commerce Gateway. You'll discover how your airline can optimize the offer based on data inputs, re[...]

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FLX Disrupt 2018: Showcasing the Transformation of the Airline Offer

By | on May 31, 2018 |   flx-disrupt

Last month’s FLX-Disrupt event saw more than 100 airline executives representing 30+ major airlines converge on Miami, Florida for two days of presentations, panel sessions, and networking. Airline sp[...]

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Primer: New Generation Shopping & Pricing

By | on May 23, 2018 |   The Airline Offer Dynamic Pricing for Airlines air shopping air pricing

New generation air shopping and pricing engines put airlines in control over the how they price the air and ancillary offer. Now airlines can elegantly and cost effectively handle pricing and shopping[...]

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New Qantas Technology Platform Enhances Customer Experience with Trade Partners

By | on May 22, 2018 |   IATA NDC Customers

We are delighted to share this news from our customer Qantas which is using the Farelogix Airline Commerce Gateway to power its NDC platform! PRESS RELEASE -- Qantas has launched a new technology plat[...]

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The Man Behind the Fastest Patent Approval in US History - and the Disruptive Technology Shaping Air Commerce

By | on Mar 26, 2018 |   Farelogix

If you are interested in learning more about Farelogix technology and what's on the road map, join us at FLX-Disrupt which is taking place 24 - 26 April in Miami. FLX-Disrupt is the industry’s only ev[...]

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Dynamic Pricing: Is this the biggest ever revenue transformation opportunity for air commerce?

By | on Mar 15, 2018 |   Dynamic Pricing for Airlines

With commentary from Karl Isler, Karl Isler Consulting

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Air Shopping & Pricing Transformation

By | on Feb 12, 2018 |

Farelogix VP Product Development, Manish Nagpal, was recently asked what it takes to build a next-generation Air Shopping and Pricing engine. As this is something that Farelogix has been living and br[...]

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The powerful effect of goal convergence on the air offer

By | on Feb 06, 2018 |   The Airline Offer

For airlines, one of the biggest barriers to innovation is a lack of control over their most valuable, soft asset - the offer. Decades ago, airlines abdicated much of their control over flights, inven[...]

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Are you ready to transform your airline offer?

By | on Jan 26, 2018 |   The Airline Offer Challenging the Status Quo flx-disrupt

Many industries are burdened by legacy technology and processes that no longer make sense in the current context. This makes for fertile ground for disruption. Consider what happened to mobile operato[...]

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Air Shopping and Pricing - What's Going On?

By | on Nov 16, 2017 |   The Airline Offer Dynamic Pricing for Airlines

We've seen significant interest in new generation Air Shopping and Pricing engines in recent times. What has generated this interest? What does it take for airlines to present the customer with the ri[...]

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Your IATA NDC Strategy – It’s More Than An API

By | on Nov 08, 2017 |   Airline Distribution IATA NDC

IATA NDC promises airlines greater differentiation by improving the way the offer reaches travel agents and TMCs. To enable this to happen, the airline directly connects to the indirect channel via a [...]

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