Using schedule planning and codeshare planning software and other related schedules data and information systems, prepare and publish final HA and codeshare schedules, both internally and externally
Prepare draft and final schedules in SSIM format and provide to internal operating departments as required for analysis
Analyze schedules, coordinate with codeshare partners and prepare codeshare flight schedules for publication and distribution
Ensure schedule planning and codeshare planning parameters and templates are updated and current
Ensure seat maps are updated and current
Maintain Sabre Reservations tables to include but not limited to minimum connect tables, schedule related tables, schedule change tables and parameters
Participate in testing codeshare schedules and schedule change processing
Bachelor’s degree with an emphasis in quantitative or relative discipline. A minimum of two years of work experience in airline scheduling, planning, analysis, operations, passenger or revenue related areas may be substituted for degree requirement
Proficient in Microsoft Office suite of tools (e.g., Excel, Power Point, Word), with advanced skills in Excel
Strong analytical skills including aptitude for problem solving and constructing logical analytical arguments
Flexibility in adapting to new ideas and approaches in work methods
Ability to work effectively with multiple projects in a fast changing environment, balancing multiple “what-if” scenarios, and adhering to deadline
Attentive to detail and accuracy in flight schedules
Ability to work in a team environment
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