Effective utilisation of crew resources to ensure correct crew compliment and maximum efficiency on the roster
Building/amending trips following A/C changes
Advanced notification of Pilot and Cabin Crew Duty changes
Identification and escalation of operational risk on the roster
Maintaining the integrity of the Pilot & Cabin Crew training plan, re-planning any training requirements where required
Regular interaction with Flight Operations Training & Standards team and Cabin Crew Training departments
Investigating and responding to Pilot & Cabin Crew queries on training issues
Proactive resolution of customer queries and feedback
Effective handover to Crewing highlighting any operational risk
As a Pre-Ops planner, You will have a good understanding of European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Flight Time Limitations (FTL's) and have previous experience of working in Crewing or Pre-Ops. Ideally, you will additionally have previous experience of pilot training requirements.
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