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Flyvbird adopts visualisation tool from Moove
Utilising Moove's intuitive visualisation tool will help the platform attract a new segment of the market as travellers quickly see the benefits.
The hybrid model of Flyvbird provides the innovation to bring right-sized, right-priced flights, making more point-to-point travel viable.
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Germany-based flyvbird (flyv), an on-demand air service provider that will use proprietary AI to offer connections based on client request, is to employ French travel planning technology startup Moove’s SaaS-B2B marketplace visualisation tool to make its offering more tangible for clients. Using the tool, flyvbird will showcase the wide possibilities of on-demand air travel and the opportunities it can offer for faster, more sustainable, direct air travel solutions.

“We are excited to partner with Moove. Utilising its intuitive visualisation tool will help us attract a brand new segment of the market as travellers quickly see the benefits. It will play an important role in the early phase of our operation,” says CEO Anton Lutz.

“We are delighted flyvbird is adopting our tool to help make its air travel product become more tangible. We strive to lower the entry barriers to on-demand aviation, creating a market for exciting new airline ventures like flyvbird. It’s an attractive partnership as we create a bridge between private and commercial aviation,” adds Arthur Ingles, co-founder and CEO of Moove. “There’s a large gap between highly centralised mass market airlines, business aviation or ground transport, leaving many travellers without any options for future regional transport. The hybrid model of flyvbird, similar to an Uber pool, provides the innovation to bring right-sized, right-priced flights, making more point-to-point travel viable.”

The first 50 travellers who register on the Moove app will receive a voucher for a free flight on any future Flyv route, usable within one year after the launch of operations, which is anticipated in Q2 2025. Clients will have the opportunity to register for updates and enter suggestions for the first routes and markets the airline should serve.

Moove’s user tool calculates the cost of private flights, comparing prices with trains, scheduled services and car travel.

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