SELLING TO AIRLINES? SEIZE YOUR PLACE IN THE SKIES

As airlines face shrinking margins, more competition from LCCs, and massive disruption to traditional business and revenue models, new technology platforms and providers serving the airline and passenger travel industries have an unprecedented opportunity to shape the future of air travel: How airlines generate new revenues, the ways in which airlines interact with travelers, and the ways in which passengers experience new airline services.

With over 15 years’ experience working with airline and travel technology companies across the globe, we have built relationships with many of the major airline associations and trade groups, conference organizers, the leading business and trade media outlets that cover the airline industry, as well as dozens of airlines and the decision-makers within them.

We have an excellent track record of securing high-value visibility for our airline sector clients, including coverage within media that decision-makers read and trust. We’ve authored dozens of research pieces and industry reports to educate our clients’ buyers, secured hundreds of speaking engagements to place our clients onstage at key industry events, and continuously create opportunities to put our clients directly in front of prospective airline customers and industry stakeholders that can fuel their growth.

Is your company currently selling to airlines? Want to sell more? Our experience within this sector includes the following:

  • Airline marketing technology
  • Airline retailing solutions
  • Analytics and data integration
  • Ancillary revenue solutions
  • Frequent flier programs: Currencies and redemption solutions
  • In-flight services: Connectivity, IFE and merchandising technology
  • Mobile boarding and ticketing solutions
  • Passenger service systems
  • Travel payments

Contact us at info@thinkinkpr.com if you want to learn more about our airline industry experience or to schedule a discovery call with our airline team.


A New Year and an NDC Update: Is it Finally Ready for Takeoff?

By Madelyn Young Jan 21, 2016

It’s been more than three years since the International Air Travel Association (IATA) first announced its New Distribution Capability (NDC) initiative – a project intended to “modernize the way airline products are distributed” via a new, XML-based data transmission standard. Since that July 2012 inception, however, there’s been plenty of NDC talk and testing – …

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