The Zulu Solution

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SCHEDULE EDITOR

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Full-Feature Schedule Editor

Schedulers are frequently asked to quickly revise flights and slots in response to updated sales and marketing data or competitor actions, while assuring the schedule is operationally feasible.  Zulu makes that fast and easy.

Zulu has intuitive views (Aircraft, Flights, Station) and fast performance:
  • Fully dated scheduling with ability to edit a day, a time-frame, or a season
  • Color coding for hubs and maintenance events
  • Smart filtering to create a quick focus on the work at hand
  • Intuitive timing changes, splitting, adding, and deleting
  • Drag & drop swapping of lines or selected flights for a desired time-frame
  • Multiple schedule versions for creating scenarios
  • Compare and merge functions between versions
  • Base-oriented scheduling
  • Analytics comparing Schedules (ASK/ASM, aircraft usage, fleet utilization, etc.)
  • Ability to show booked passengers and load factor for each flight
  • Tail designations for lines of flying or base-oriented scheduling
Rules Engine for Schedule Quality & Intelligent Rotations
  • Zulu has real-time quality assurance with pop-up flags if violations are detected.
  • Rules for constraints are easily updated and include Ops, maintenance, airport, etc. items.
  • Zulu uses constraint tables and sophisticated algorithms to create operationally feasible solutions.
Zulu’s SchedQA operates dynamically when you edit the schedule to constantly assure operational feasibility.  
  • Pre-loaded industry data assures up-to-date global time zones, DST changes, and stations codes.
  • User-defined rules may include fleet, operational constraints, gates, or other rules to assure the quality of your schedule.
  • An audit trail enables clear tracking of changes and easy resolution of errors, resulting in time savings and high-quality schedules.

“We were seeking an easy-to-use scheduling system with intelligent optimization tools. The change to Zulu  was much easier and  faster than we expected.”