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Monday, October 8, 2018 - 11:24

The Data Distribution System’s (DDS) main responsibility is providing Lido/mPilot and Lido/eRouteManual with data and navigation charts. However, once the data is on the device, administrators need a way to keep track of the device's status. This is where the updated Device Report comes into play.

Thursday, September 20, 2018 - 07:18

Some airlines tend to focus on schedule management and flight operations topics only. This is a consequence of pragmatism. However wrong network decisions only come to light months later, when someone looks at the balance sheet. This musn´t be. Please read here why.

Friday, September 14, 2018 - 14:22

In order to survive in today's dynamic market, airlines need a full array of flexible tools, scalable from very local activities to global changes of structure. Partnering and consolidation are the answers to this. But entering this fields is higly complex. Let me explain you, why.







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    Starting at the frontline with the Check In, I accumulated more than 20 years of varied airline experience within the Lufthansa Group. My career at Lufthansa German Airlines has developed and grown through Cabin Crew Recruitment, Crew Management, and Revenue Accounting to being on the vendor side with Lufthansa Systems. At Lufthansa Systems I work as an Airline Consultant for several operational areas, including Operations Control, Crew Management, Hub and Turnaround Management as well as Weight and Balance.

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    Over 25 years experience on the challenges facing the airline industry. My areas of expertise are: organizational development, agile and digital transformation , agile working in projects and organisations, Project Management, business process (re)-engineering and management of change. Over the years I have gained a comprehensive knowledge of working with all different kinds of change initiatives within the aviation industry and in managing international large-scale projects. I am certified to help people to work in an agile environment and to use different creativity methodologies. I am interested in expanding new markets. The past 20 years I have worked with international customers all over the world.

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    Having studied theoretical nuclear physics, I entered the Lufthansa group in 1989. It turned out to be an encounter with another world: airplanes instead of symmetry groups, profit and loss instead of general and special relativity. A long way lead me from project to project, regarding cost accounting, SAP implementation, new reservation systems features, repositioning of companies, and many more. I became a consultant in this way. Meanwhile I am – by experience, not by rank – the most senior consultant with Lufthansa Systems, and the head of management consulting. Situations varied all the time, but one conviction remained firm: if we want to do something helpful, it has to be clear, simple and accurate.

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