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Quintiq|22 May 2015

Airline Crew Planning

The training of cockpit crew is a highly complex and complicated juggling act.

Pilot Training

The training of cockpit crew is a highly complex and complicated juggling act.

In our experience, many airlines are dropping the ball, losing millions from their bottom line every year. Their planners can’t cope with:

  • The pace of change created by fluctuating demand and economic uncertainty
  • The fact that each transition also affects vacation planning and training capacity – and vice versa

Instead of creating transition plans that achieve your business goals, planners struggle just to avoid violating hundreds of rules and constraints. There is a better way.

Quintiq can help you to slash the time spent on transition planning, and minimise:

  • Training costs and time
  • Crew costs
  • The number of new hires
  • Violations of seniority rules
  • Simulator shortages

Successful airport service providers master complexity to meet their business goals.
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