Operational Cost Reduction Initiative (OCRI)
Operational costs are a critical part of airline management, especially in the current economic environment.
Total annual airline operational costs are expected to amount to approximately US$480 billion (2009), while fuel will represent 24% (US$113 billion). For 5 years now, significant fuel potential savings have been identified by the IATA Green Teams.
To identify more saving potentials and improve operational efficiency, OCRI focusses on three major areas of operations:
- Flight Operations
- Technical Operations
- Ground Operations
OCRI is supported by a team of industry experts and offers a wide range of customized services including:
IATA GO-Teams perform on-site assessments to improve efficiency, identify operational cost reduction potential and support airlines in the implementation of OCRI recommendations.
These assessments can be customized by airlines to match their individual needs and address specific operational functions within the areas above-mentioned.
Read more about OCRI Assessments
Join OCRI now!
If your airline would like to take part, please fill out the OCRI Assessment form and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information regarding OCRI, the GO Teams or the services IATA can offer for cost reduction, please email us at email@example.com.