Using schedule planning software and other related schedules data and information systems, prepare and coordinate current schedules with internal revenue, marketing and operating departments
Coordinate with commercial and operations teams to schedule extra sections and charters as appropriate
Ensure flight schedules conform with revenue/marketing requirements including maximizing on-line passenger connections, codeshare partner connections, and interline connections
Ensure flight schedules conform with operating parameters including recommended block times, aircraft turn/transit requirements, airport gating, curfew and slot requirements, and crew duty/rest requirements
Analyze codeshare partners’ future and current schedules and recommend best connections to/from Hawaiian Airlines flights to maximize revenue potential while maintaining prime connecting opportunities for Hawaiian Airlines.
Analyze minimum connecting times at all on-line airports and recommend adjustments to improve connection opportunities for both on-line connections as well as with codeshare partners. Prepare draft and final schedules in SSIM format and provide to internal operating departments as required.
Prepare final monthly flight schedules and reports for presentation and review with internal departments
Transition final flight schedules to the Publication team for publication and distribution
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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