Lufthansa Systems Blog - June 2019

Monday, June 24, 2019 - 10:52

Digitalization is affecting the entire aviation industry. Airlines are increasingly investing in connectivity solutions and networked systems, both in the cockpit and on the ground. This enables carriers to boost the efficiency of their flight operations, since data – such as weather, air traffic-control information – will be updated in real time. As a result, airlines’ requirements for flight planning and navigation systems are changing. Everything is becoming more dynamic and data-driven.

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Starting aircraft (Copyright: Marcus Millo/123RF.COM )
Thursday, June 20, 2019 - 15:30

It´s no big news anymore – flight chaos over Europe has repeatedly caused negative headlines last summer and is expected to be no different this year.  That's what we took as an occasion for our presentation at this year’s AGIFORS Operations SG Meeting. In this blog post we share a summary with our main points with you.

- by Tim Nickel
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Wednesday, June 12, 2019 - 08:02

Being in a partnership with other airlines means that the airline has to inform its partners about all own schedule updates in time, and the partner has to react and reflect the impact of the partner’s schedule updates in its own schedule as well. We created a schedule analysis of the members of Star Alliance, Oneworld and Skyteam regarding their codeshare agreements. Read here what we found out.

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Miklós Müller
Thursday, June 6, 2019 - 11:49

Miklós Müller is a development engineer for the infrastructure in Budapest. In addition to the day-to-day business in the Operations Control team, Miklós supports various projects and has now joined the devSpace team. In his spare time, it is music that sets the pace for him.

- by Anna Orosz
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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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