Right Flight
  • Travelaer Introduces Right Flight, a Conversion Optimization Tool For Airlines

    Right Flight gives airlines a competitive edge in converting direct online bookings by providing travelers with competitive airline flight comparisons


    SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS, France, May 21, 2018Travelaer, a digital software provider for the travel industry, today announced the introduction of Right Flight, a conversion optimization tool that gives airlines a competitive edge against online travel agencies (OTAs) and meta search engines in terms of converting online bookings. With Right Flight, any airline can now give its digital Customers the ability to compare a flight’s features such as pricing and leg room, with competitive brands flying the same route. This level of transparency is designed to not only help airlines increase their direct booking rates, but also give them more visibility into their conversion rates.

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  • Travelaer and Finnair Partner to Make Stopover Bookings Easier Than Ever

    Stopover Booking Engine

    Finnair takes the airline lead in supporting a growing trend among travelers by building a simplified platform for booking complex stopover itineraries

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  • New CTO and CCO Join Travelaer Executive Team

    travelaer growth christmas team

     Travel startup’s rapid growth drives need for new talent

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  • Travelaer Raises 4.3 Million Euros to Improve Travel Industry Customer Experience

    Travelaer raises 4.3 million euros Mike Slone

    Sophia Antipolis, France, March 29, 2017 – Latest funding round led by Entrepreneur Venture, and includes Pléiade Venture.

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  • Event: ITB Berlin: Chatbots, AI And Machine Learning In Customer Interaction

    ITB Berlin Chat Bot

    Attending ITB Berlin? Come hear our CEO’s thoughts on “Chatbots, AI And Machine Learning In Customer Interaction” on Wednesday, March 8th at 3pm in Hall 6.1, on the eTravel Stage. Other panelists include Timothy J O’Neil-Dunne (Co-Founder Expedia and Tnooz), Matthias Keller (Chief Scientist, Kayak) and David Low (Developer Advocate, Skyscanner).

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