Beyond Airline Disruptions challenges the traditional approach to disruption management where disruptions are treated mainly as an operational issue, thereby ignoring their multidimensional aspects. The book explains how to recognise system weaknesses, and how to minimise gaps between plans and reality, and strategy and operations. It also describes how to manage disruptions by focusing on things that really matter, revealing their dependences, and pointing out the importance of cross-functional communication.ten major categories (detailed reference to IATA delay codes can be found in Appendix 1): Standard IATA Delay Code Groups 0-10 Free Airline Coding 1 1-20 Passenger and Baggage 21-30 Cargo and Mail 3 1-40 Aircraft and Ramp Handling 41-50 Technical and Aircraft ... The quality of information about delay reasons depends on number of factors, like manual input, communication betweenanbsp;...
|Title||:||Beyond Airline Disruptions|
|Publisher||:||Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. - 2009|