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Tuesday, March 24, 2020 - 16:08

In exceptional situations such as the current collapse in travel demand due to the worldwide Corona crisis, it is vital for airlines to quickly adapt their flight schedules to a new reality. Capacity and operational costs must be significantly reduced. Schedule changes must be immediately published, so that operational planning areas can react to reduce the impact on both customers and the airline’s resources.

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Wednesday, March 11, 2020 - 14:12

It’s not an exaggeration to say that nobody knows Lufthansa Systems Hungária better than Levente Pátrovics, who joined the Budapest office of Lufthansa Systems in February 1996. We asked him about his experiences.

- by Anna Orosz
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Thursday, March 5, 2020 - 14:09

In addition to transparency and accuracy, the evaluation of new routes is primarily about speed: changes in the market must be responded to quickly, new routes must be evaluated at record speed. Of course this requires the use of modern technology. In this blog I will explain what Multithreading is and how our NetLine/Plan customers benefit from it.

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Monday, March 2, 2020 - 13:24

This series of blog posts provides interesting insights into project management in the airline industry. In the last post I described the five phases of a project. Based on an industry example, I now want to take a closer look at the planning phase for describing the content and scope of a project.

- by Olaf Raske
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    Being an aeronautical engineer, kerosene runs through my veins. Following my aviation and engineering passion, I have been working in maintenance related strategic and operative projects for about a decade.

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    I joined the Lufthansa Group in 1999 and gained my first experiences in the network planning and scheduling department. As project manager for Lufthansa Systems I led the implementation of commercial solutions at several airlines worldwide. Later I was responsible for the commercial and operational product line NetLine of Lufthansa Systems as product manager and portfolio manager. With more than 15 years of airline experience, I am now responsible for the design and development of analytical and predictive solutions for operations control, crew management, scheduling and network planning.

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    Hey, I am Julia. Currently, I am working as a Product Marketing Manager for Lufthansa Systems. In my daily work I am responsible for the communication of the NetLine product family internally and externally.

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