What is Airline Management ?
According to recent forecasts released by Airports Council International (ACI), over the next 15 years, global air passenger traffic will grow by over 4% per annum. This means that by 2020 about 7 billion people will be using the world’s airports and airlines, and, with freight traffic growing at an even greater rate of around 5.1% per annum, reaching some 170 million tons in 2020, it is clear that greater airport capacity is a precondition for achieving the forecast growth. Spending on new airport technologies is increasing, driven not only by the need to cater for growing consumer demand, but also by the need to reduce congestion and improve passenger throughput, safety and security.
The key issues facing today’s airlines are optimization, improved capacity, cost savings and the ability to react quickly to changes. The portfolio of solutions for airline planning and control ranges from network planning, code share handling and crew management, to pricing, price distribution and revenue management. The portfolio is rounded out by business intelligence services, marketing and sales solutions, and consulting