Network Planning & Optimization


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    Slot Manager

    With increasing airport congestion and evolving industry regulations, airlines must manage their slots both confidently and proactively. As critical strategic assets, they’re often extremely expensive and hard to secure, so it’s crucial not to put them at risk.

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    Schedule Manager

    Planning and managing schedules is a complex activity that has a direct bearing on an airline’s operations and commercial results. On top of that, data siloes and linear business processes often create challenges in expanding strategy beyond commercial considerations.

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    Profit Manager

    With so many changing conditions, the challenge of accurately forecasting the market landscape has become a complex science for airlines. But very often, the difference between a profitable and an unprofitable flight can be just a handful of passengers.

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    Fleet Manager

    In an environment where profits can be determined by just a handful of passengers on each flight, airlines can’t afford to leave anyone behind. It’s vital to accommodate demand at all times. On the other hand, carriers don’t want to burn money by flying empty planes.

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    Codeshare Manager

    Many airlines use partnerships with other airlines to broaden their network and reach new markets. These codeshare agreements are growing in size and becoming increasingly more complex to manage.