From Wednesday 22nd to Friday 24th of February, the European regional airline/airport industry will descend upon Ajaccio in Corsica for the 2017 Connect conference. Our Director of Airports, Iain Smith, will be delivering a presentation using RDC’s new Apex Profit module to examine the strengths of the regional airport industry. The following is a quick preview of the fascinating new data Iain will be presenting at the conference on Wednesday at 11:00.
Earlier this week Transavia announced the closure of its Munich base at the end of 2017, bringing to an end a small-scale attempt to expand AirFrance-KLM’s LCC reach outside of its home markets. Using RDC's Apex product, we can see in detail why this experiment was unsuccessful.
As part of our ongoing commitment to continuously improving our products based on customer feedback, RDC recently issued a series of questionnaires enabling us to better understand how our customers use our products and highlight areas we can improve on.
The first of three infographics shows our customers thoughts on RDC.
2016 will be a year to forget for yield managers across Europe as the latest data from RDC’s Apex fare module reveals how a string of external and internal factors caused fares to drop considerably during the second half of last year.
When flying between two destinations, airlines not only pay to land and take-off from the departure and arrival airports but also for en-route navigation (ENav) service provided by the countries over which they fly. The charges are levied by ANSPs (Air Navigation Service Providers) and cover the cost of providing air traffic management (ATM) services. Within Europe, fees are collected by EUROCONTROL on behalf of its member states.