Israel-headquartered FairFly, which provides airfare price assurance and traveller wellness insights, has launched a traveller wellbeing solution, FairFly Wellness, with a view to enhancing the retention, happiness and productivity of travellers.
The product provides travel and HR professionals with insights into how their travel programme impacts the physical and mental health of their travelling colleagues. These insights cover the negative health impacts of delays, red-eyes, layovers, weekends away and airline quality, among other metrics. Each traveller has a traveller wellbeing score, which provides at-a-glance information about ‘at-risk employees’ and offers measures to improve the quality of their travel.
“So far, discussions about employee and traveller wellbeing have not been particularly data-driven. By analysing traveller itineraries and the millions of data points we already process, we’re able to finally provide what HR and travel managers are screaming out for: true data-driven insights into the health and wellbeing of each and every one of their business travellers,” said Aviel Siman-Tov, CEO and Co-Founder at FairFly. “Our mission is to prioritise and promote traveller health as a key part of every travel programme and, at the same time, highlight issues that have multi-million-dollar financial costs for companies.”
With the potential to both enhance traveller wellbeing and company retention, as well as reduce costs for companies, FairFly Wellness looks like a win-win product.