Aviation

Physically Distanced Flight and Hub Management

The COVID-19 crisis has added a layer of complexity to the cancellations, delays, and diversions that occur regularly in airline operations. Even as airlines recover, in-flight physical distancing, higher cleaning standards, and ongoing crew training will create additional complexities for airlines to consider. Implementing new flight management technologies can help airlines manage these new risk factors, streamline operations, and remain competitive.

Rethinking Flight Operations Technologies

  • Complications in hub and tail assignments

  • Risk of rotational delays, cancellations, and diversions with more complex aircraft assignments

  • Adapting to new learning requirements from regulators’ crew-qualification extensions

  • Risk of excessive passenger-compensation costs incurred due to pandemic-related IROPS

Must-Have Technologies

  • Fully configurable tail assignment, which can be run with user-controllable KPIs

  • Critical alerts, warnings, and notifications for comprehensive situational awareness

  • Single platform and dedicated crew web portals that simplify your IT landscape

  • Mobile and full-stack integration across operational and automated self-service units

  • Dynamic, real-time crew pairing scenario analysis against ever-changing environments

  • An integrated view of pairings, flights, activities, and schedules

  • Faster decision making with visibility across operations, aircraft, hub, and crew planning

  • Decisions rules in compliance with company and legal requirements