Here’s our latest analysis: We’ve analyzed the largest and smallest airlines according to the number of scheduled and actual flight figures — and particularly checked how airlines scheduled vs. actual flight operation is linked to COVID-19 cases increase, vaccination rollout, or additional factors.
Reducing the turnaround time is one of the ultimate goals for every airline — especially in such testing times with growing complexity. With this blog post, we introduce an approach to reduce turnaround time sustainably. Moreover, this approach is feasible for every airline!
There’s probably no other industry that has been hit by COVID-19 as hard as the airline industry. Times are tough like they’ve never been for airlines. Aircraft are grounded, flight schedules are operated at a minimum, and many airlines shut down their operations even wholly.
In many discussions, I had with airlines the question about KPI dashboard use cases was raised. And I have to admit, in the beginning, I didn’t get that question right. So what did I do? I tried to explain why a KPI dashboard is essential. And in case I still could see questions marks in the eyes of the airline representatives I tried to eliminate the questions with a battery of dashboard benefits.
The 3 most essential source systems you should connect to set up a blasting Airline Operations KPI dashboard.
An Airline Operations KPI Dashboard is just as good as the data it is receiving. Since everyone is aware of this fact, one question comes up very early in every dashboard project: “Which systems are required?” or “Which system do we need to connect?”.
Airline operations KPIs have been around for a long time. And I’m pretty sure your airline is already tracking KPIs such as punctuality, regularity, or delay minutes. It is good to track those primary KPIs. However, it only serves as an entry point to the world of airline operations KPIs.
Key Performance Indicators (KPI) are a common instrument to track a company’s performance and goals. And airlines, of course, use a huge variety of KPIs too. With this blog post, we want to put a spotlight on operations KPIs and answer the question: “What are the most important operations KPIs for airlines?”
What are your top three KPIs every airline should pay attention to? A question I’m asked frequently. With this post, I want to provide my favorite airline operations KPIs. And explain why I consider them as most relevant.
On-time performance (OTP) is probably the most famous and well-known performance indicator airlines use. Almost since the beginning of civil aviation, OTP has been an important quality indicator.