Optimization and the future of air travel

Our skies are about to get a lot busier. According to the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the number of air passengers worldwide is set to hit 7.3 billion by the year 2034. That’s more than double the 3.3 billion people traveling today.

For many airports, airlines, and air service providers, the race is on to meet that demand. Industry leaders are turning to optimization as a strategy to cut costs, maintain safety standards, and boost service levels. In this report, we’ll take a look at:

  • The next generation aviation planning and optimization solutions and the three keys to success
  • How Frankfurt Airport deployed an army of maintenance staff to keep runways clear and planes flying
  • How KLM transformed its pilot scheduling program to meet increasing demand and fill capacity gaps

Learn how you can turn planning complexity into a competitive advantage today.

Get your copy now

 
    • I agree to receive marketing communications from Dassault Systèmes and its business partners
      I acknowledge I have read and I hereby accept the privacy policy under which my Personal Data will be used by Dassault Systèmes
      Your privacy is important to us
      Your details will not be shared or sold