Airline Operations and Crew Management Blog
“Good morning Hal”, Klaus says, sitting at his desk and adjusting the volume of his Bluetooth ear set. It is 8 a.m., 22nd of January 2020. Klaus Moore is starting his duty shift at HYPOCC of Galaxy Airline Alliance in Berlin. On his right hand side sits Kumiko, a young Japanese lady working for TokioJet as Crew and Ops controller.
Are suffering of delays because you don´t know what is happening with your aircraft on the ground? Then carefully read this White Paper about Turnaround Management.
Codeshare co-operations between airlines are reflected in the schedules with different Data Element Identifiers (DEI). The operating carrier labels its own operating flight wanted to be offered for a certain partner with a DEI 010 identifying the respective marketing flight.
In today’s changing airline business, optimal weight and balance is an important factor in achieving greater operational productivity and profitability. This two-divided blog takes a broader look on how organizational aspects might help influence this.