Harbour Air Seaplanes joins forces with Maxamation’s Aviator Revenue Management solution

Harbour Air Press Release | November 16, 2022

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Harbour Air operates one of the largest seaplane fleets in the world over an extensive
network throughout British Columbia and into the USA.

With a forty year history, Harbour Air has become an essential part of life in British
Columbia, linking major cities with island and remote communities.
Harbour Air is also a leader in innovation and completed the world’s first fully electric
commercial aircraft flight in 2019.

Harbour Air has become an essential part of life in British Columbia. HA Photo

Now, in 2022, Harbour Air is partnering with Maxamation to bring innovation to their
pricing and inventory control processes with the Aviator Revenue Management solution.
Chad Wetsch, Executive Vice President from Harbour Air, drove the move to revenue
management: ‘As our airline grew, we needed to find smarter ways to price and manage our
extensive network. I looked for a partner who would bring international expertise to the
table and take the time to understand our unique business. Maxamation’s package of genuine partnership and a flexible, leading edge revenue management solution suited us perfectly.’

Peter Brewer, CEO of Maxamation said, ‘We are thrilled to be partnering with Harbour Air.
It’s a great product with unique differences that our team love getting their teeth into. We
know that together we can bring Harbour Air’s pricing and inventory management to a new
level, with clear revenue benefits for the airline.’

Paul Harvalias, President of Maxamation Vancouver, is ‘delighted to be closely involved with
a brand that I grew up with. Harbour Air runs a unique, community focused business and I
enjoy working with them to add value. Aviator enables airlines to optimise their revenue
strategies and that is vitally important for growth and sustainability as airlines navigate
these challenging market conditions.’

This press release was prepared and distributed by Harbour Air

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