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The travel industry puts a lot of focus on sustainability, in part because of the clear and direct impact airline’s, railways, hotels can have on the environment. Within airlines how do crew planning departments consider their environmental impact? and what can they do to improve it?
Meet the team! Michiel talks to us about his background, what its like to work for Motulus and how power metal helps him concentrate!
Pilots and cabin crew work in a very unique way. They also have lives to plan outside of flying. How can crew planning departments deal with this problem? And what are some of the approaches used? We discuss two approaches used and how they do not necessarily complement each other.
Following on from previous blogs that explore scheduling and its importance we discuss here the characteristics of a good scheduling system. A list of considerations for planning departments, across a variety of industries, when looking to invest in sophisticated scheduling software.
In many sectors, scheduling is a cumbersome task, which in many cases is still done manually. This lack of sophisticated and high-quality scheduling can result in serious costs and operational risks and could potentially be a serious competitive disadvantage. In this blog, we will try to give an overview of all the benefits a top-notch scheduling system can bring.
Aviation scheduling is a long complex process that brings together operational and commercial considerations, deals with a number of different elements (crew, airports, people!) and can have a tactical and strategic focus.
We give an introduction to the topic and introduce the idea that scheduling could learn from new concepts in software development.