In (and beyond) a state of pandemic: is there still room for SESAR?
Current crisis is shifting the focus of airline decision-makers towards preserving liquidity, an imperative to survive. Often at the expense of those projects that are no longer viewed as necessary. Still, a survey has revealed that managers assign value to adopting SESAR solutions. To think beyond the pandemic.
Operations control in a pandemic
The Coronavirus crisis will last for long. We need to accept this and implement solutions to manage the implications. Securing workforce and passengers health together with business continuity is vital. We recommend four ops control-related actions to build an actual border between the virus and the business.
Managing a Patchwork: Airlines in Consolidation
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.