Flight Scheduling System (MILOS)

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System Details

ProDIGIQ’s Flight Scheduling System (MILOS) is an intuitive and easy to use solution for creating and managing robust flight schedules. With configurable and integrated schedule views, built in business and compliance rules and comprehensive reporting capabilities, MILOS helps to streamline the flight scheduling process to maximize resource/aircraft utilization, ultimately reducing operational costs and increasing revenue.

MILOS allows airlines to manage their flight schedules through a user friendly Schedule Builder. The Schedule Builder provides drag and drop features which allows airlines to effectively build daily, monthly and annual schedules through an intuitive graphical interface. Flight schedules will be visible through three linked schedule views, the Master, Station and Grid Views. The three views are integrated which allows for any changes made in one view to be reflected in the others automatically. With the airline’s business and compliance rules built in, MILOS will automatically alert the user of conflicts and discrepancies within the schedule. MILOS also has the capability to provide flight details/schedules through a variety of formats such as an integrated data feed and provides insightful operational data through advanced reporting.

MILOS Overview

  • Manage flight scheduling process effectively and easily
  • Advanced reporting capabilities for easy access to system data in a variety of formats
  • Build daily, monthly and annual flight schedules using an intuitive graphical interface
  • Integrated platform for real-time data sharing and elimination of duplication of efforts

Key Benefits

  • Integrated solution with Flight Operations System (NAXOS) for seamless creation of bid lines
  • Simple, intuitive, user-friendly interface based on latest web technologies
  • Ability to adjust routings to accommodate changes made to the schedule
  • Capability to link or unlink flight legs
  • Capability to easily change times, dates, frequency or any information in a flight leg
  • Ability to see conflicts/discrepancies when certain criteria are not met such as stations not matching or if the times are below minimums

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ProDIGIQ's Flight Operations System (NAXOS) helps airlines increase profitability through improved management of resources for flight operations like complex crew qualifications, seniority, license renewals, leave, and base transfer requests.

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Additional Subject Information

Robust Airline Scheduling Under Block-Time Uncertainty

Airline schedule development continues to remain one of the most challenging planning activities for any airline. An airline schedule comprises of a list of flights and specifies the origin, destination, scheduled departure, and arrival time of each flight in the airline’s network. A critical component of the schedule development activity is the choice of flight block-times. A flight block-time is defined as the total elapsed time between the time an aircraft pushes back from its departure gate and arrives at its destination gate. The block-time comprises of several components including taxi-out time, enroute time, and taxi-in time. Each of these components is subject to different causes of delay and the total block-time delay is the sum of all individual component delays.

Since airline schedules must be published well in advance of the actual day of operation, block-times, for all the flights in the schedule, are typically decided using historical information of similar flights operated in the past. The Department of Transportation OTP metric is computed against these published flight block-times. Most airline operations are compared based on their OTP rankings and hence airlines perceive their OTP as an important operational measure of their schedule reliability. However, research indicates that airlines fail to adequately adjust block-times and typically do not incorporate uncertainty in their planned schedules.

Benefits of Flight Scheduling Software

  • Automatically receive alerts for schedule conflicts and discrepancies
  • Streamlined flight scheduling process for reduction of labor and cost
  • Elimination of duplication of efforts with linked schedule views
  • Comprehensive reporting capabilities

Signs That Flight Scheduling Software is Needed

  • Airline has a laborious and time consuming flight scheduling process
  • Duplication of work in flight scheduling processes
  • Cumbersome process to change flight schedules
  • Difficulty in keeping track of business and compliance rules while building flight schedules
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