FLYR Accelerates Growth with Key Hires and New Office Openings

A Purpose-Built Team

FLYR represents a curated team of industry and domain experts passionate about improving the practice of Revenue Management. Our crew continuously develops solutions that address the forecasting and pricing challenges at the core of commercial travel and transportation.


What we care about

Our teams — product, implementation, engineering, data science and everything in between — are committed to unlocking the value of data to generate ultra-accurate forecasts and optimize pricing for our partners.

Data, data & even more data

Used wisely, data is driving unprecedented understanding of commerce and unlocking business value in ways never before possible.

AI To Solve Real-World Problems

We put AI to work, enabling humans to create better business outcomes.

Reforming Revenue Management

Revenue management teams deserve simplified, efficient tools that help them excel at their work. They deserve better.

Building Intellectually Curious Teams

Our team is just as important as the product itself. We are a group of self described nerds who value enablement, transparency, curiosity, diversity, and quality.

Our investors


We are a fast-growing, multi-disciplinary, and multi-national team of data scientists and engineers working towards one shared goal of transforming how airlines do business.

Alex Mans

Founder & CEO

San Francisco, CA

Morgan Montgomery-Rice

VP, People & Operations

Portland, ME

Matt Brown

VP of Growth

Chicago, IL

Robert Haun

VP of AI Delivery

Dallas, TX

Gabriel Underwood

VP of Engineering

San Francisco, CA

Cole Wrightson

Chief Architect

San Francisco, CA

Andrei Checiches

General Manager EMEA

Kraków, Poland

Andrew Jing

Director of Operations

San Francisco, CA

Jon Ham

Head of Analytics

Los Angeles, CA

Christian Merkwirth

Lead AI Scientist

Kraków, Poland

Igniting Our Growth

We’ve always maintained a rapid pace at FLYR. It’s part of our DNA. When we endeavored to tackle the challenges that airlines face with revenue management, we sought to leap-frog legacy technology and dramatically improve commercial performance.

FLYR Updates
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We Love Data … and We Protect It Dearly

Our airline customers entrust FLYR with their confidential data, and ensuring the availability and security of the data in our warehouse and services is core to our commitment.

In the News

Pandemic Prompts Airline Revenue Management Shake-up

As revenue management forecasting evolves, consumers won't necessarily pay more in airfare overall. Rather, pricing will be more closely aligned with demand conditions, both strong and weak.

In the News

Airlines Tweak Their Pricing Strategies to Adopt New Ways to Boost Revenue

Airlines need to shift from forecasting models that rely primarily on historical data to ones that analyze real-time demand.

Our Perspective
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Forecasting at the Speed of Change

In today’s volatile operating environment, commercial teams find themselves having to ignore legacy forecasting systems and get creative with the limited tools and data at their disposal.