Using data-driven analysis, develop future and current schedules to maximize revenue
Analyze year over year performance relative to economic indicators and adjust market frequencies and timings to increase revenue and profitability
Proactively check for flight additions/reductions that will improve profitability and work with revenue department to determine best course of action
Analyze competitors’ future and current schedules and implement changes to Hawaiian Airlines proposed schedules to gain marketing/sales advantages
Ensure proposed schedules conform to airport access regulations and requirements including but not limited to slots allocation, curfews, operating limitations and gate utilization
Analyze on-time performance and recommend block time changes and schedule adjustments as necessary to maintain Hawaiian Airline’s position as the number one on-time carrier in the nation
Coordinate with revenue, marketing, sales and operations teams regarding future schedules and projects to ensure conformity with their requirements
Support corporate projects and initiatives and continually review feasibility of future schedules
Prepare future schedule forecasts based on planning assumptions. Generate and distribute operating statistics to all internal departments for budget and revenue planning purposes
Run various “what-if” scenarios, analyze resulting operational data and prepare reports to identify the impact of proposed schedule changes on other departments
Bachelor’s degree, with an emphasis in a 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
Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite of tools (e.g., Excel, Power Point, Word), with advanced skills in Excel required
Strong analytical skills including aptitude for problem solving and constructing logical analytical arguments and creating reports for presentation to senior management
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 deadlines
Attentive to detail and accuracy in flight schedules
Ability to work in a team environment and with several different departments, each with scheduling needs that often conflict with one another
Must be able to construct and communicate objective and logical arguments and rationale for prioritizing elements that led to decisions for finalizing flight schedules
Master’s degree, with emphasis in a quantitative discipline or related field preferred
Experience in airline scheduling, planning, analysis, operations, passenger or revenue related areas
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