Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and the travel restrictions still in place in many parts of the world, all AGIFORS study group meetings will be ONLINE in 2022. 2022 SSP Study Group meeting will be held on May 23, May 24, and May 25.
As this conference is again an online event, the registration fees could be kept very low.
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We are thrilled to announce that Nawal Taneja will deliver a keynote address on "Future of Airline Scheduling and Planning: Challenges and Opportunities".
Nawal Taneja, whose experience in the aviation industry spans five decades, has worked for, and advised major airlines and related aviation businesses worldwide. Currently, he serves, as an Executive-in-Residence at the Fisher College of Business, at the Ohio State University. He has authored an airline management series of 13 books, written at the encouragement of, and for, practitioners in the global aviation industry. This series attempts to move the arc of thinking about aviation businesses to develop, capture, and deliver new value by pursuing creativity and collaboration to drive change. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Aeronautical Engineering, a master’s degree in Flight Transportation, a master’s degree in Business Administration, a doctorate in Air Transportation, and is a Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society of Great Britain.
We are delighted to introduce our distinguished panel, and looking forward to a live discussion on Challenges and Opportunities in Airline Network Planning and Scheduling: What has changed, what is here to stay, what remains to evolve. Our panel will also share their thoughts and insights on how SSP community can help develop best network planning and scheduling models, tools, and processes.
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Network and Resource Management
Sr Director of
Network, Scheduling, and Alliances
Domestic Network Planning
Regional Director of
Network and Fleet Planning
We are looking forward to an enriching meeting with representatives from the following (so far) 31 airlines, 25 solution providers, vendors, industry, government, and other organizations, and 9 academic institutions.
|Air Canada||Airbus||Beihang University|
|Air France - KLM||Airline Strategy Group||Delft University of Technology|
|Air Transat||Amadeus||DLR, Institute of Air Transportation Systems|
|Alaska Airlines||Aviation Decision Sciences||Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University|
|Amazon Air||Boeing||Georgia Institute of Technology|
|American Airlines||BoldIQ||McGill University|
|Azul Brazilian Airlines||Boom Supersonic||Sastra University|
|Binter Canarias||Croowy||University of Massachusetts Dartmouth|
|Cathay Pacific||Decisal||University of Washington|
|Delta Air Lines||FLYR Labs|
|Hawaiian Airlines||Lift Airline Planning|
|Portugalia Airlines||Stena Line|
|Saudia Airlines||VIA Software|
|Southwest Airlines||Zenz Technologies|
|Sun Air||Zulu Airline Systems|
The AGIFORS SSP Study Group welcomes sponsors supporting our event and our community. Sponsorship is especially welcome because it enables AGIFORS to keep registration fees as low as possible and this enables academics and airlines to continue attending the conferences and provide new insights and research to the broader airline community. A strong presence by airlines brings great value to both the vendors and the airlines. This would only be possible because of our sponsors - thank you!
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