New Exclude Scheduled Flights in Connections Analyser.
This release of Analyser contains important new functionality in Connections Analyser. One of the main uses of Connections Analyser is to be able to model the impact on connections from adding a new phantom flight. Exclude scheduled flights takes this a step further, it allows a user to delete current scheduled flights to model the impact on connections from taking these flights out. A user can combine Exclude Scheduled Flights with Phantom Flights to exclude flights and add in new flights to model how this effects connectivity. Also in this release a new search option has been added to Schedules Analyser to search by State.
Exclude Scheduled Flights
Exclude Scheduled Flights is in a new section called ‘Customise Flights’ with Phantom Flights.
Figure 1 – New Customise Flights section
To start to use Exclude Scheduled Flights click the blue arrow to take you to the right-hand panel.
Figure 2 – Exclude Scheduled Flights section in right hand panel
Figure 2 shows how Exclude Scheduled Flights looks in the right hand panel. There are two options here; you can either make a new search to search for flights to exclude (click ‘Search Schedules’ button) or you can select a saved selection of flights from previous searches or edit/delete groups.
Saved flight selections are shown in the right-hand panel under ‘Saved Flights’ or these can be found in the middle panel as well.
When you click on ‘Search Schedules’ a new panel shows in the right-hand side. Here you can search for schedules you would like to exclude from your query. Click 'Find Out More' below to read the release notes for this new functionality and to go through a worked example.
State Search in Schedules Analyser
From customer feedback we have added the option to search by 'State' in Schedules Analyser. The ‘State’ search is a radio button located with Airport, City, Country and Region in the middle input panel under Origin & Destination in all reports. The user can also exclude by 'State'. 'State' dimensions are also included in the Power Table under dimensions.
State is located in the input screen here:
Figure 3 - New State search option
New Power Table Dimensions are called:
- Dep State Code
- Dep State Name
- Arr State Code
- Arr State Name