The challenge of airport marketing
Save hours of work on airport data analytics
As an airport, route development is a long process and asks for close cooperation with airlines. Showing them a thorough investigation of flight statistics by route, travel demand forecasting, airport surveys and other analytics is key. This process is often long and time-consuming.
Our solutions for airport route development
Analyzing demand for air travel to and from an airport
ForwardKeys’ dedicated services offer airports the most crucial element - an independent source of truth. This enables them to build reports on the trends to and from their location based on a renowned industry source. The data can be used for air route development and to understand the competitive landscape.
Why airports choose to work with ForwardKeys
To deepen the soundness of their analysis
by using and reporting with data that is the industry standard.
Get a complete picture of travel demand,
in additional to traditional data sources.
By comparing air travel demand to the available airline seat capacity, we show you what unserved or underserved viable air serves exist.
“ForwardKeys has been a game changer for us. We are suddenly able to pitch for routes with small indirect market sizes (Transavia will start RTM-EDI in S20) and will be able to suggest to airline itineraries for the optimum day of the week and optimum time of the day based on actual customer demand. This allowed us to secure an additional Bergen rotation.”Pavel HalasAviation Development Manager, Edinburgh Airport
“As one of Europe's busiest hubs, it is essential that we understand the precise details of each passenger journey for planning and commercial purposes - ForwardKeys provides us with this information.”Gregoire De BonPôle Performance & Investissements, Aeroports de Paris
“ForwardKeys provides us with fresh, comprehensive and forward-looking data and insights which allows us to make critical business decisions.”Ili HazwaniManager Air Hub Strategy & Development, Singapore Changi Airport