Wheels Up Partners LLC

Global Aircraft Scheduler

Category Travel
Job Locations US

Overview

Wheels Up is looking for a world-class Global Aircraft Scheduler to join our team of dedicated and passionate professionals, fueled by the most powerful brand in private aviation, as we continue our mission of democratizing the private aviation space through cutting-edge technology and innovative product and service offerings. 

 

Global Aircraft Scheduling is responsible for all demand allocation including initial placement, ongoing optimization, and coordination of all operational disruption across the WUP portfolio in the most efficiently and effectively fashion possible.

Responsibilities

  • Real time coordination with certificate level scheduling teams for mission feasibility and formal approval to satisfy operational control purposes
  • Constant optimization and orchestration of demand placement across all certificates within the WUP portfolio
  • Ongoing collaboration with sourcing/Flight Desk for initial and ongoing demand allocation utilizing external supply for service delivery and utility optimization
  • Day of scheduling recovery/triage inside present48hrs, in collaboration with certificate scheduling and operations groups while prioritizing member experience
  • Orchestration and presentation of solutions from internal and external operators for displaced or new trips using a centralized dashboard for quick and effective decision making
  • Coordination with internal operators to help execute any/all missions with multi-department dynamic decision making
  • Integration with crew scheduling, maintenance, and training groups at the certificate level to ensure the representation of supply, aircraft and crew, is true and maintained vigorously
  • GRP (Guaranteed Rate Program with 3P operators) supply managementand tactical execution

Qualifications

  • 3-5yrs of aircraft and/or crew scheduling experience in a fast-paced dynamic aviation operation
  • 3-5 years extensive use of a Flight Management System software 
  • Proven success in quick decision making while taking multi-dimensional variables into consideration and executing with precision 
  • Excellent verbal and written communication 
  • Highly efficient and effective use of computer skills including email, FMS, Zoom/MS Teams/Slack, etc.
  • Must be able to constantly reprioritize and execute/resolve multiple tasks at once
  • Licensed FAA dispatchers preferred

Wheels Up Story

At Wheels Up, the leading private aviation company, we connect flyers to private aircraft – and one another – to deliver exceptional, personalized experiences – and we’re building an innovative marketplace to do so at scale.  We are realizing our vision of making private flying and the private flying lifestyle accessible to millions of individuals, families, and businesses around the world.

 

Today, Wheels Up is the trusted private aviation solution for over 9,000 Members and Customers through our comprehensive suite of product offerings. With the Wheels Up App, Members and Customers can search, book, and fly on private from the world’s largest marketplace of safety-vetted and verified private aircraft planes, totaling over 1,500, whenever they have a travel need.

 

Over the last two years, Wheels Up has grown significantly by making several strategic acquisitions to accelerate our existing growth. These acquisitions, in addition to entering a groundbreaking partnership with Delta Air Lines has enabled us to provide unparalled experiences across private and commercial air travel. 

 

In February 2021, Wheels Up entered into a merger agreement with a Special Purpose Acquisition Company (SPAC) called Aspirational Consumer Lifestyle Corp., in order to become a publicly traded company. At that time, Wheels Up was appraised at an enterprise valuation north of $2B

 

Come join Wheels Up - One of the fastest-growing and most innovative private aviation companies in the industry!

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