Startup Profile: myPlane

myPlane, a travel tech platform launched in 2022 to digitalise the commercial passenger charger flight distribution is growing strong. A company grown out of a distinguished market need to disrupt the decades-old manual industry processes is seeing a soaring demand across its markets.

100+ commercial airlines are already utilising myPlane’s ground-breaking technology to distribute their full charter flights in a modern and efficient manner. This means that all B2B travel buyers can now, for the first time ever, source and book commercial charter flights directly from all major airlines using this state-of-the-art online platform.

The fast adoption of the airline industry has brought in significant market demand from travel buyers sourcing their charter flights in a more efficient, streamlined, and transparent way than ever before.



“We are proud to already serve and work with some of the industry-leading companies, including global travel agency chains, tour operators as well as the leading commercial airlines of the world, including several national carriers, to revolutionise this space and to link the buyers and sellers together on an online platform for the first time in this industry,” describes Juuso Klemola, Co-Founder of myPlane.

Already more than 1000 travel buyers (group travel specialists, tour operators, business travel agents, cruise companies, MICE experts and charter brokers) in the EMEA region are using myPlane for their full charter requests.

“Our platform was built and born out of a strong need and plead from industry stakeholders. For decades, booking passenger charter flights has been far too complicated, manual, and non-transparent due to the lack of digitalisation and distribution systems in this space. We at myPlane are proud to be spearheading this transformation forward within the commercial aviation distribution and the feedback has been amazing so far. We are excited to grow together with our clients,” adds Klemola.

With a commitment to excellence, myPlane is set to expand its activities globally in 2024, marking the next phase in its journey to become a global leader in the commercial flight distribution.