Hopper provides data-driven research and analytics to help travelers make better decisions about where to go, and when to fly and buy. Hopper spent several years experimenting with different tools, technology and algorithms to collect, organize and manage massive amounts of travel data. The company now analyzes billions of flight prices daily to produce historical reports and predictive models, with the aim of providing flight pricing transparency and insight to consumers.
Company Growth (employees)
Cambridge, US
Size (employees)
102 (est)+2%
Hopper was founded in 2007 and is headquartered in Cambridge, US

Hopper Office Locations

Hopper has offices in Cambridge and Montreal
Cambridge, US (HQ)
275 Third St
Montreal, CA
100 5795 Avenue de Gaspé

Hopper Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date


Total Funding

$99.9 m

Latest funding size

$62.2 m

Time since last funding

10 months


Hopper's latest funding round in December 2016 was reported to be $62.2 m. In total, Hopper has raised $99.9 m

Hopper Operating Metrics

Y, 2016

Gross Bookings

$300 m


12 m
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Hopper News and Updates

Putting workplace diversity to work for sharper product development

Product developers and other professionals with diverse backgrounds might boost a project with the varying insights they bring to the table. But what about the classic too many cooks in the kitchen problem? Can managers set guidelines to keep motley teams from sliding into chaos? “Absolutely, there …

GroundTruth reports women’s stories on politics and profit in tech

Women hold 25 percent of computing jobs, according to the National Center for Women and Technology. Who are these individuals? What lessons have they learned about gender, politics and profit in technology? The GroundTruth Project is a journalism organization exploring these questions through the pe…

Uncle Sam wants you — to code for a better US and shrink tech skills gap

There is a growing reciprocal relationship between the US government and the tech sector. Seasoned computing pros are lending their skills to public agencies, while the government invests funds to raise the country’s tech IQ and fill the skills shortage. “The government is who shows up to help, and …

Businesses call on women to fill tech skills shortage, says Anita Borg’s Telle Whitney

The tech industry’s skills shortage is sending companies to organizations like the Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology in search of ways to find and foster talent. Over the years, the organization has grown into a major force for women in tech, and more and more businesses are taking notic…

Veterans, new leaders provide inspiration for women in tech

The opening day of the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing attracted 18,000 attendees (a record turnout for the event), and included a number of women with inspiring stories. Among these were a former White House official, the previous leader of one of the largest public school systems in…

AI’s human element dissected at Grace Hopper women in tech event

The Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing is underway in Orlando, Florida. Besides gender representation in tech, a big topic of discussion is how to drive new artificial intelligence technology across disciplines.  “We have these women that are talking about these cool products that they’r…
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