Tag: Airline

What needs to be done when?

Wednesday, Nov 13, 2019, 14:43
This series of blog posts provides interesting insights into project management in the airline industry. The third post explained the product lifecycle and showed that there is life outside of projects as well. But since this life is the result of a project, this post will look at a vivid example from the industry to dive more deeply into the different phases and timing of a project.

Quo Vadis NDC?

Friday, Oct 25, 2019, 8:48
There is a time for every innovation and now it is the time for NDC. That is what the IATA keeps sermonizing since 2012. But is this still correct or are we already heading to the next step – One Order? This blog tries to identify the position of the transformation process for airlines into the era of modern distribution technologies.

Project completed – what now?

Tuesday, Oct 08, 2019, 9:41
The author has written this series of blogs to provide interesting insights into project management in the airline industry. In his third post, he uses a vivid example to illustrate the difference between a project and day-to-day work.

The goal is the goal

Friday, Aug 23, 2019, 9:21
The author has written this series of blogs to provide interesting insights into project management in the airline industry. In the second post, he shares a striking example from the sector that is worth remembering when defining goals at the start of a project.

Is it really a project? Characteristics of a project and how to identify a project

Wednesday, Jul 17, 2019, 7:18
The author has written this series of blogs to provide interesting insights into project management in the airline industry. In the first post, he uses one notable example from the sector to outline the particular characteristics and distinctive features of a project.

News from the 17th EFB Users Forum in London/Heathrow

Wednesday, Nov 28, 2018, 10:47
From the 13th to 15th of November, over 300 aviation professionals headed to London Heathrow for the EFB Users Forum. Among the delegates was our Product Owner for Lido/eRouteManual, Andreas Medlhammer. Read on for his summary and key insights from the event.

Lido eRouteManual 4.8 – What’s New?

Monday, Nov 05, 2018, 13:49
Automatic Pre-Selection of Charts in Lido/eRouteManual 4.8 The release of Lido/eRouteManual 4.8 provides the users with another way to optimize the flight-preparation workflow. 

If you want something done, do it yourself. Is it true?

Tuesday, Jul 18, 2017, 10:42
If you want something done, do it yourself: is it true? Talking about ops and crew software management, there are two different streamlines in airline IT departments at the moment: the first one supports and applies the theory that the software should be developed in-house, following internal needs and specifications; the second one goes in opposite direction: Airlines should select one or more vendors and purchase software off-the-shelves from them, with some customization if needed.

Automatic Disruption Handling in Crew Management. Is that possible?

Monday, Jun 12, 2017, 11:27
All you have to do is to push the “Find Solution” button and the system will generate for you the best suitable solution. Then, the next step is to push the “Apply Solution” button and the changes will be applied, notification generated and sent to crew members to have them ready to fly.

Three things Crew Tracker really hate!

Wednesday, Feb 10, 2016, 11:04
Three things Crew Trackers really hate!   The Crew Tracker´s working life consists of plenty of surprises, and for dealing with them fast and efficient decision-making skills are necessary. What they technically call unforeseen circumstances happens every day and can create a lot of problems to the Airlines operations. Let's have a look at the easiest situations that Crew Trackers have to face but really hate: