Tackling disruptions and ensuring a smooth day of operations

December 11, 2018
1:00PM - 2:00PM CET
12:00PM - 1:00PM GMT

With global air traffic set to double by 2034, maintaining high standards of passenger satisfaction while staying efficient in ground operations has become a major challenge for airports, airlines and ground handlers.

Between delays, extreme weather conditions, security threats and complex labor union rules, ground operations are becoming more complex with each passing day.

Planners have to manage the information flow across different department and avoid planning in silos. They must also ensure efficiency in resource utilization without compromising employee satisfaction, even on the day of operations.

In this upcoming webinar organized in partnership with International Airport Review, Quintiq's Taner Chakar will highlight how some state-of-the-art technologies like predictive analytics and autonomous planning can help you to:

  • Improve passenger experience, even as traffic grows
  • Respond quickly to disruptions during the day of operations
  • Understand passenger demand and make better planning decisions
  • Implement best practices in ground staff management

This webinar has concluded, and a recording of the webinar is now available for viewing. Please click the link to watch the webinar.

This webinar is produced in partnership with International Airport Review.

For more information, please contact:
Silja Hämäläinen
Marketing Executive
[email protected]

About the presenters
Taner Chakar, Product Manager - Workforce Planner, Quintiq

Taner Chakar has extensive experience in supply chain planning and optimization, forecasting, workforce planning, scheduling and logistics optimization. In his role as product manager, Taner ensures that Quintiq customers such as Brussels Airport, Copenhagen Airports, KLM, Virgin Atlantic, Southwest Airlines, NATS and Finnair have the best technology to plan and optimize their operations. Taner is an industrial engineer with a master’s degree from Delft University of Technology and an MBA from Rotterdam School of Management.