Etihad Airways chooses Boeing crew management solutions

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Boeing will be providing a number of crew management solutions to support Etihad Airways in the planning and operation of its 7,500 crew members.

Etihad Airways will integrate Boeing’s Crew Pairing, Rostering and Fatigue Risk Management solutions to optimize planning, crew satisfaction and reduce costs. Provided through Boeing subsidiary Jeppesen, these solutions are powered by Boeing AnalytX.

“By adopting crew solutions, we are confident that we will be able to respond and adapt more quickly to the ever-changing airline factors and constraints within our operation,” said Rick Allen, senior vice president of operations at Etihad Airways.

“Our crew team will also appreciate that their preferences will be more flexibly considered, as we will now be able to publish crew schedules further in advance.”

Crew Pairing is designed to help airlines create optimized work duties, improving crew efficiency and operational robustness, while minimizing cost.

Crew Rostering allows airlines to build rosters that respect crews’ preferences and relevant constraints, while reducing total costs and time to market.

The Fatigue Risk Management solutions, supported by the Boeing Alertness Model, provide strategies and proven solutions for reducing fatigue risk in crew rosters.

“Airlines that use these services often see cost reductions of 3% or more annually and a significant uptake in crew satisfaction over their rosters. By adding these tools to the Boeing flight operations services already in place today, Etihad will continue to drive positive change,” said Ihssane Mounir, senior vice president of commercial sales and marketing for Boeing.

“The flexibility and strength of our optimization in the crew management suite will allow Etihad to solve complex issues with ease and support their decision-making process with detailed quantifications of risk and costs.”

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