Seamus Moriarty, Managing Director.
Seamus has extensive experience in airline revenue management and software systems. After graduating from Manchester University with a Masters in Aerospace Engineering, he went to work for Ryanair as a Revenue Analyst. Seamus soon progressed to head up Ryanair’s Revenue Management Department before leaving to join AMT in 2001. AMT develops software enabling an airline to integrate it’s fleet directly into it’s backend business systems, Seamus was in charge of Sales before leaving to set up revaero in 2006.
Jim McMahon, Chief Operating Officer
Jim has extensive experience in airline management. Having spent 18 years in Ryanair Jim has headed a number of commercial areas in Ryanair including revenue management, schedule planning and tariffs and has lead the migration of revenue management, schedule, Slot, fare comparison systems. Jim’s last role in Ryanair was Head of Network planning which spanned responsibility for revenue management, scheduling and new route development.
Together, Seamus and Jim have formed a team of senior revenue management analysts with experience in all key industries.
Bernard Berger, Vice President Route Development & Revenue Management
Bernard Berger is a twenty-year veteran in the airline industry. At Ryanair he worked for eight years as head of revenue management and pricing before being promoted to become Director of New Route Development, a position which he then held for twelve years. In this position, Bernard was the key official responsible for Ryanair’s rapid route development of Ryanair in Europe and into North Africa.
Bernard was specifically responsible for selecting new routes, taking into consideration factors such as demographics, migration and tourism flows, and linkages with Ryanair’s existing network. He also was instrumental in negotiating with airport authorities, chambers of commerce, tourism ministries and ground handling agents the most favourable economic terms and conditions possible to accompany this network expansion, ensuring that Ryanair would remain the lowest cost LCC in Europe.
Following his period at Ryanair, Bernard worked as Head of Airline Marketing at Delhi Airport where he was responsible for attracting new air service to the airport from both existing and new airlines, utilising his expertise in identifying and evaluating route opportunities and leveraging his knowledge of industry data and software tools.
A head of joining Revaero his last position was Commercial Director of Tiger Airways in Melbourne, where he oversaw the entire commercial portfolio of the airline.