AVIATION INDUSTRY EXPERTISE
OXYLIOR will help you achieve your goals in the aviation industry
You want to simplify and secure your decision-making processes and operations?
OXYLIOR‘s experts provide rich field-experienced aeronautical advice and training.
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OXYLIOR advises and supports you in improving real-time operational supervision, in making operational decisions (including the crisis unit), by promoting flight safety and the “pilot philosophy”.
Thanks to the in-depth analysis of the market, competition, strategies in place, and your current results, OXYLIOR provides you with solutions to optimize your positioning, your fillings, and your revenues.
From the preparation of the flight plan, the in-flight monitoring, to the landing of the plane, OXYLIOR reveals your strengths and weaknesses, suggests continuous improvement of your procedures, and their simplification.
Licence FAA Aircraft Dispatcher ✔️
Ground operations, aircraft turnaround, dangerous goods, weight and balance are strongly linked to flight safety.
Operations Manuals secure your internal policy, prepare for audits and approval requests from authorities.
AIRBUS Weight and balance certified ✔️
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We are specialized in the key operational jobs of an airline.
They are often gathered at the Operations Control Center (OCC) and revolve around flight safety : flight planning preparation, flight dispatcher, weather expert, operational decision-maker, crisis unit, centralized coordination, mass and balance technician, dangerous goods expert.
Our expertise includes “upstream” areas like Revenue Management, pricing, aeronautical operations engineering (FLIGHT OPS), ground operations (GROUND OPS), Operations Manuals, audits, approval requests from authorities (DGAC, EASA, ICAO) and relations with manufacturers.
In order to safely meet industry standards and even more, with the environmental challenges we face, OXYLIOR offers its advice, studies, and trainings.
In equipped companies, the Operations Control Center (OCC) coordinates aerial activity in real time 24/7. Depending on the contingencies encountered, effective and appropriate decisions must be quickly made. Several professions related to operations are grouped together on the same platform, under the direction of the shift leader and his deputies: flight regulation (aircraft planning, flight crew), Central Flight Study and the commercial pole.
In the event of a major event, the OCC shift leader triggers the opening of the crisis cell. Once opened, the crisis cell takes over the management of the event. It coordinates different structures: telephone information center, family reception, volunteer management, press information.
Revenue management, or yield management, aims to maximize the revenues of the airline. It identifies market segments, evaluates their potentialities and sets prices. It creates rules for fare reduction and displacement to establish an advanced booking process. It controls efficiency and implementation. It ensures the management of available capacity by pricing and offering services adapted to the specificity of each identified segment.
Pricing is a technique that allows calculating, in real time, the best prices to optimize the profit generated by the sale of a service, based on a modeling and a real-time forecast of the demand behavior by micro market segment.
Depending on the network and the internal organization of the company, air operations (FLIGHT OPS) encompass several areas subject to international regulations (FAA, IATA, ICAO, EASA, DGAC) and manufacturers: air rules, regulations related to crews, aircraft, flight analysis.
The optimization of routes and flight profiles maintain the interest of the most passionate (line studies and dispatchers) and put computer tools to the test when weather, NOTAMs, environmental constraints, air traffic flows and other overflight restrictions are added.
The internal policy of a company introduces in its Operations Manuals the methodology for calculating operational margins, weight and balance adapted to the operation of its fleet, in accordance with the requirements of the authorities.
Operations Manuals must also list the rules of the aircraft turnaround, safety, dangerous goods that the company agrees to transport, anti-icing / de-icing procedures, refueling.
The majority of these methods and procedures require approvals from authorities (DGAC, EASA, ICAO). Internal control and regular monitoring in the form of audits are necessary to remain in compliance.