Work with DGM Commercial Department to develop and implement H9's Ancillary Revenue Strategy;
Develop policies relating to ancillary revenue products and ensure they are defined, documented, communicated and understood;
Achieve airline ancillary revenue targets; work with suppliers and commercial colleagues to continually improve products and distribution;
Manage RFP process (where relevant) for suppliers; follow airline processes at all times to ensure successful partners are identified and contracted;
Manage demand on a flight-by-flight basis to ensure ancillary revenue maximization;
Provide regular reports (including both data and commentary) on ancillary revenue achievements; provide top management with insights into product/channel/route trends and issues;
Maintain an overview of competitors' ancillary activities and suppliers' performance;
Proactively work with all departments and suppliers to ensure ancillary revenue products are optimized in terms of distribution, customer experience and revenues at all times; and
Where relevant, ensure ancillary revenue products are included in all sales and promotional campaigns
Minimum Bachelor's degree in Marketing;
Minimum 3 year’s experience in an airline ancillary revenue environment
In depth understanding of e-retail technology and latest innovations, not just in aviation but other market sectors
Knowledge of core airline systems and processes including on-board operations and service flows
Proven achievements in measured ancillary revenue and customer service KPIs
Good presentation skills, strong technology focus, management and leadership skills
Please send in your updated resume, a copy of pp size photo, scanned copies of your qualifications & experience
It is mandatory to mention the vacancy code and position you are applying for, in the subject line.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Phone calls will not be entertained.
Deadline: 15 days
Himalaya Airlines is a new Nepal-China Joint Venture Airline Company, is an international scheduled air carrier, set to become the second international carrier linking directly to various Asian cities in the first stage of the plan.
The company plans to link to various cities of Asian / Middle East Country’s with fleet of A 319 and A 320 aircraft in the beginning and expanding to acquire 15 Airbus family aircraft including long haul wide bodied aircraft for our scheduled operations to cities of Europe as well as Far East Asian regions including cities of South Asian region countries within a period of five years