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Even the most experienced airline operations controller can miss tell-tale signs of an ongoing disruption

Even the most experienced airline operations controller can miss tell-tale signs of an ongoing disruption

Disruptions and irregular operations probably happened more often than airlines would have liked prior to the pandemic. But disruption management suddenly became the norm, rather than the exception, once COVID-19 struck. "Time is money" and there are few instances when the saying rings louder than in airline operations. Every Aircraft, Crew, Maintenance, and Insurance (ACMI) minute costs US$100-120 on average, highlighting the importance of dealing with irregular operations swiftly in an environment already characterized by thin margins. In "normal" circumstances, industry sources estimate tha...

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