While the calendar says 2016 is still a few weeks away, for most flight departments, the New Year planning is well underway. In this two-part series, we’re going to show you easily leveraged opportunities that exist inside and outside of your flight operation to get the most out of the coming year. In part one, we want you to take a look inside your operation and consider one, two or all three of these simple ideas for 2016.
It was English poet Alexander Pope who taught us that, “To err is human; to forgive, divine.” Would Mr. Pope have felt the same if he’d just stepped off a six-hour intercontinental flight to find that his customs paperwork wasn’t filled out correctly? Or if a quick turn fuel stop was extended by an hour because someone forgot to let ground handlers know about a change to the flight schedule? Here are three tips to avoiding the “gotchas” that otherwise might be waiting to greet you next time you land overseas.
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