Breeze Airways, America’s ‘very good’ airline, signs…

The partners will work to make the operator’s pricing decisions quick and agile and to react in real time to market trends.

Planitas, a specialist in airline analysis, has reached a data engineering agreement with the new US low-cost airline Breeze Airways.

The airline, which billed itself as “seriously nice,” was founded by aviation entrepreneur David Neeleman.

It operates nonstop services between underserved routes in the US at affordable rates.

The partnership with Planitas will provide “enhanced data engineering” to enable the airline to make pricing decisions related to its product offerings.

Lukas Johnson, Commercial Director of Breeze Airways, said: “The quality data provided by the Planitas ADAPTiv platform will help us make quick and agile pricing decisions. With this partnership, we will be able to react to market forces in real time.”

Simon Grennan, CEO of Planitas, added: “Planitas will use our ADAPTiv platform to manage and deliver rich ancillary data.

“By leveraging this data, Planitas will drive Breeze’s pricing decision that powers its Seriously Nice flights.”

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