The Airline Operations Control Manager heads a team of airline operations coordinators and specialists who oversee the daily aircraft movements of the airline from take-off to landing and everything in between. The team coordinates with airport station management, aircraft maintenance, cargo handling, baggage handling, catering and crewing, meteorological and air traffic control services, and aircraft fueling to get a good picture of whether the flight will depart on time or be delayed.
Airline Operations Control Manager CV Format
Reginald B. Perkins
Sandy Springs, Atlanta, Georgia
Phone: (404) 898-4855
To work as an Airline Operations Manager overseeing the operations of a commercial international airline
1993 – Present : Operations Control Manager : Delta Airlines, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
- Monitor aircraft movement through two-way radio communications direct from source, including direct aircraft feed into the operations control system for actual times of arrival and departure.
- Authorize the substitution of aircrafts for purposes of presently flight delays and cancellations.
- Coordinate crewing, catering, aircraft and cabin servicing and airport operations to ensure the aircraft departs on time.
- Ensure that operations control staff perform their duties and responsibilities as expected.
Skills and Qualification
- Excellent knowledge of all areas of airline operations from pre-flight to post flight
- Excellent leadership, managerial and situational analysis to ensure smooth airline operations.
Cited by management for prompt decisions in substituting aircrafts to avert flight delays in various occasions in 2004 and 2007
1998 – 2000: MBA, University of Cincinnati
1990 – 1993: BS Public Administration, Boston University.
Professional and Character References
To be furnished upon request