Making the Headlines for All the Wrong Reasons

Airline scheduling and crew management software, at its best, goes almost unnoticed by passengers, pilots, dispatchers and administrators. 

It hums along efficiently doing its job.  

Like electricity or oxygen, we take it for granted until something goes wrong.

But since December 20, 2022, “airline scheduling software” (a term usually specific to our own little niche)  has been mentioned  not only by the usual aviation publications like these: 

  • One Mile At a Time
  • The Points Guy
  • Aviation Today
  • Simple Flying 
  • Cranky Flier

There were major articles in publications that usually have no interest in this (previously obscure, “dry and boring”) topic! 

  • The Tribune Democrat
  • The Third Coast Review
  • Dallas Morning News
  • Yorkshire Magazine
  • Los Angeles Times
  • Brainerd Dispatch
  • Washington Post
  • Business Insider
  • Courier Journal
  • Yahoo Finance
  • The Register
  • Motley Fool
  • Bloomberg
  • The Street
  • NZ Herald
  • Politico
  • Forbes
  • CNBC
  • Axios
  • CNN

We started what has become eTT Aviation to improve the work-life balance of airline pilots and team members.   Our original vision was to help team members efficiently schedule time for important family events without disrupting the efficient operation of an airline. 

We never thought we would add “reducing the number of antacids taken by airline executives while fielding calls from the media” to that list of reasons people should use our software, but we’re proud to do so. 

Concerned about your software landing your airline in the headlines? 

Let’s talk soon.   DM me on LinkedIn or visit for more information. 

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