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Tag: Frequent Flyer Programs

2019: The Year of FFP Re-Privatization?

Frequent Flyer Programs (FFPs) are an increasingly common tool airlines use to generate revenue and valuable customer data. As they were originally crafted as marketing tools, the industry is now witnessing the evolution of FFPs into valuable assets for airlines. In this edition of Morten Beyer & Agnew’s Insight Series, Anne Correa, mba’s Director of Airline & Airport Services, delves into the formation of FFPs for airlines and the noted importance of outside investors in helping airlines stay afloat, especially as FFPs enter a time of transparency and re-privatization.

Morten Beyer & Agnew Releases Report on the Fiscal Impact of Frequent Flyer Programs

Arlington, VA (Oct 04, 2017) – Morten Beyer & Agnew (mba) released a report on the fiscal impacts of frequent flyer programs entitled ‘Frequent Flyer Programs, Part 1: Valuable Intangible Assets and the Effects of Spend-Based Programs,’ describing the quantifiable value of loyalty programs. The insight series examines the importance of understanding the value of […]