Course Detail: ANPS - Airline Network Planning and Scheduling

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Overview 

Our Airline Network Planning and Scheduling virtual online course will cover Airline network structure, Introduction to the main components of the airline schedule planning problem, Feasibility of new routes, and much much more...

Who Should Attend 
  • Business analysts with an interest in pursuing a career in airline network planning and scheduling
  • Analysts in the field of airline network planning and scheduling who wish to expand their knowledge and expertise
  • Graduate students studying aviation management, transportation engineering, or related fields
  • Airport managers who are involved in route development
  • Aviation consultants seeking to enhance their knowledge and skills in this area
  • Government regulators and policy makers in the aviation industry
  • Researchers with an interest in airline operations and scheduling.

What You Will Learn 
  • Preliminaries on the airline industry
  • Important metrics in the airline industry
  • Airline network structure: Hub-and-spoke network structure and time bank, Point-to-point network structure
  • Introduction to the main components of the airline schedule planning problem
  • Schedule design elements: Block time, Departure and arrivals preferences per destination type, Aircraft rotations, Gates assignment
  • Feasibility of new routes: Itinerary choice models, Demand stimulation, Profitability forecasting models
  • The fleet assignment problem

Available Sessions