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Airline Profits Executive Interview with Sergio Mendoza – CEO of Airnguru [Video]

Airline Profits Executive Interview with Sergio Mendoza – CEO of Airnguru [Video]


Hi, this Kofi Sonokpon, Managing Editor of Airline Profits magazine and author of the upcoming book series on airline business and technology.
As mentioned in past interviews, Airline Profits (magazine) was a media sponsor of Terrapinn’s Aviation Festival Americas 2017, which was held in Miami Florida on May 9-10, 2017. We have had the opportunity to interview respectively Benyamin Ismael, CEO of AirasiaX, René Armas Maes, Managing Director of Jet Link International LLC, an aviation Consultancy firm.
In today’s interview, we spoke with Dr. Sergio Mendoza, co-founder and CEO of Airnguru along with Javier Jimenez, Chief Commercial Officer of the same company. Our discussion focused on Airnguru, their state-of-the-art, cloud-based application, which can help airlines to enhance their profitability by automating real-time collection and analysis of competitive pricing data among other things.
I would invite you to stay tuned until the end of this interview and hear what Dr. Sergio Mendoza and Javier Jimenez have to say.

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Kofi Sonokpon

Kofi Sonokpon

Managing Editor of Airline Profits, the first aviation magazine devoted to improving airline effectiveness and profitability, Kofi Sonokpon has more than 20 years of international experience in aviation. Kofi holds an IATA sponsored Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Air Transport Management from the John Molson School of Business at Concordia University in Montreal. Kofi Sonokpon is a speaker, an airline business thought-leader, and author an innovative book series intended for the 21st century airline, namely Airlines for Business and Airlines for Technology.