FairFly Adds Hotels to Award Winning Air Reshop Tool


TEL AVIV, Israel / October 25, 2021 – FairFly, the leading global corporate travel price assurance provider, announced today that it is adding a hotel price assurance solution to its existing air re-shop platform.

This latest addition will enable corporate travel and finance leaders to assure the best available hotel rates for their companies, from pre-booking until check-in.

Using multi-channel data, and backed by AI, this latest solution delivers fully automated and global hotel re-shopping functionality alongside powerful rate benchmarking and travel policy optimization tools, all of which can be easily digested from one singular platform, available in real-time. Hotel price assurance is a welcome and logical addition to FairFly’s award-winning suite of air re-shopping, benchmarking, and policy analytic tools.

“After many client requests, and months of strategic planning and beta testing, we are thrilled to finally bring a hotel solution to our platform, particularly in the current climate of highly volatile price fluctuations plaguing the industry. This global solution was crafted to match the power of our flagship air price assurance tool to deliver the same savings to hotel reservations that we currently deliver for flights. And so far we’re seeing impressive results,” commented Aviel Siman Tov, Founder & CEO of FairFly.

Currently at the end of its Beta cycle, the solution will be available for demo at GBTA Orlando, 2021, and will be available to all FairFly clients from Q1 2022.

About FairFly

The FairFly platform delivers re-shopping tools for air and hotel, and insights designed to optimize travel policies and corporate negotiated fares – while maximizing usage of unused tickets. The platform is completely customizable, available in real-time, and designed for global usage.

The company is backed by leading VCs and investors, including Uri Levine, co-founder of Waze.

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