Jan. 26, 2015 | Michael Wilson

Sun Country Airlines

It has been no secret that the aviation industry has hit some rocky climate over the past few years. With rising fuel costs, staff shortages, and a fragile economy, many airlines have simply… gone bust. Sun Country Airlines, a low-cost airline originally purchased by a group of pilots and flight attendants of the defunct Braniff International in 1982, was not immune to these uncertainties during their air transportation investment. Thus, improving efficiency www.essaywritingstar.com was key as it directly equated to cost savings. This was not a task to be taken lightly as the performance of European airline share prices reflected a universal weakness in financial performance of some major carriers in 2014.

With over 32 destinations including Mexico, the Caribbean, and Costa-Rica, Sun Country required supply chain expertise that would far surpass local and national requirements and solve their biggest efficiency issues. It was time to examine current ineffective systems and determine creative methods for banishing some of what continues to plague the industry today.

Michael Wilson

Michael Wilson is AFFLINK’S Vice President of Marketing and Communications. He has been with the organization since 2005 and provides strategic leadership for the entire supply chain team. In his free time, Michael enjoys working with the Wounded Warrior Project, fishing, and improving his cooking skills.