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Are you confident that your current scheduling approach uses your fleet efficiently and maximizes your profit potential?

Do you feel that issues such as weather and mechanical problems hinder your ability to predict and plan to meet demand (particularly the high-value, last-minute demand)?

Have you begun to realize that in order for your fleet to scale, you must optimize your fleet routing and positioning?

MAXIMIZE THE PROFIT POTENTIAL WITH YOUR SCHEDULE

Obtaining profitable bookings is important for the success of any air taxi or air charter company, but it is not the whole story. Execution and delivery are vital to keep the customers coming back. More often than not, delivering a quality product means repositioning (or "deadheading") your aircraft and crew to the customer's desired point of departure. However, the positioning flights entail no revenue and significant operating costs.

SlipStream's patent-pending routing and scheduling technology (RouteFlex™) can significantly reduce these costs. By considering literally millions of possible routing options, RouteFlex™ has been shown to reduce deadheading cost by 7% to 24% of total flight time. That level of savings can easily mean the difference between a solidly profitable operation and a failed business.

Slipstream’s Quickstart Optimization Action Plan provides you with the path to succeed. You only need to take the first step. Contact us to set up a consultation on the specific issues relating to your company's routing, scheduling, and fleet optimization issues.

 
  
News & Events

May 21, 2008 - Aviation Daily - Airlines Consider Flex Scheduling

April 10, 2008 - Marketplace Morning Edition - FAA Needs to Fix Inspections

October 17, 2007 - Airlines May Never Fly Right on Customer Service

October 13, 2007 - Aviation Daily - Removing ASMs From The Trash Can

March 14, 2007 - USA Today - Airlines Stretched So Thin

Sept 18, 2006 - The Airline Beat - Airlines Consider Flex Scheduling