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Virgin Atlantic Airways selects Quintiq to optimise ground staff planning

Airport news  •  12 May 2016  •  Quintiq

Quintiq announced today that their software application has been selected by Virgin Atlantic Airways to plan and optimise ground staff at London Heathrow Airport Terminal 3.

The ultimate airport experience: Satisfied passengers & happy employees

Airport Extra  •  9 May 2016  •  Quintiq

A blog by Quintiq on creating the ultimate airport experience.

Briefing: 4 keys to effectively manage major airport disruptions

Whitepapers, Z homepage promo  •  26 April 2016  •  Quintiq

Learn how to respond swiftly to disruptions to maintain a high standard of operational efficiency and customer satisfaction...

Whitepaper: Building the airport of the future

Whitepapers  •  10 September 2015  •  Quintiq

Imagine an airport optimised for the satisfaction of your passengers, employees and partners. Operations run at peak efficiency, stakeholders’ expectations are met and all disruptions are resolved immediately...

The quest to solve your airport’s biggest challenge

Airport Extra  •  19 June 2015  •  Quintiq

The day has barely started, but the airport is in full swing. Impeccable planning is key to getting everything done on time. But even the best of plans are no match for the day’s events...

Whitepaper: Common challenges in airport multi-resource planning

Whitepapers  •  18 June 2015  •  Quintiq

So what do travellers remember most about your airport? Is it the 20 things that go smoothly or the one thing that goes wrong?

Enter a world of optimized resource planning

Whitepapers  •  1 March 2015  •  Quintiq

How do the best airport service providers maximize safety, quality and passenger comfort? The answer: resource planning optimization. Discover the airport resource planning capabilities that get results...

What’s missing from the airport of the future?

Airport Extra  •  15 February 2015  •  Arjen Heeres

Airports are investing in automation, but automating parts of an interconnected system won't necessarily improve the performance of the system as a whole, says Arjen Heeres...

Leaving on a jet plane – in a few hours

Airport Extra  •  9 February 2015  •  Rae Gilsing

I spend a fair amount of time at airports. Bjork’s rendition of Leaving on a Jet Plane could be my personal soundtrack. As an experienced traveler, I don’t suffer from many air travel-related fears, but there is one thing I am deathly afraid of: The $5 meal coupon...

How do baseball rules apply to airlines?

Airport Extra  •  2 February 2015  •  Marcel Dreef

A friend of mine is a big baseball fan – so much so that he sacrifices many nights of sleep to watch major league baseball games live on television. In contrast, I don’t know a lot about baseball, but one of the basic rules is clear to me: three strikes and you’re out...

Whitepaper: 4 ways to turn pilot staffing and training into a competitive advantage

Whitepapers  •  1 February 2015  •  Quintiq

Get the lowdown on next-gen cockpit crew planning systems and learn how to turn pilot staffing into a competitive advantage...

Airport management – can your current system cope?

Airport Extra  •  26 January 2015  •  Sriyani Rao

Sriyani Rao explains how airport management is one of the most (if not the most) complex and challenging jobs in the business world...

Europe without borders?

Airport Extra  •  19 January 2015  •  Rae Gilsing

When you run a Google search for the word ‘strike’, you get 201 million results. You get fewer results when you google ‘recipe’ or ‘Mandela’. Strikes seem to have become more commonplace as of late, and no matter what business you are in, strikes are a very costly affair for employers...

Are big airports losing the competition for passengers?

Airport Extra  •  12 January 2015  •  Marcel Dreef

Quintiq's Marcel Dreef asks how big airports are faring in the popularity stakes compared to their regional rivals if passengers value proximity and speed?

How far are we from the airport of the future?

Airport Extra  •  5 January 2015  •  Marcel Dreef

Getting the aviation industry ready for what’s coming in the next decade is a recurring topic in many discussions on future developments for both airlines and airports...


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