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Delta: Network and Schedule Planning Internship

Aviation Majors, Undergraduate

Job Summary:

The internship is involved with the analysis and profitable development of Delta’s global route network.  This includes market planning, profit/loss analysis, schedule development and competitive analysis.  Network Planning interns assist with the development of strategies to improve profitability and the reallocation of aircraft resources from low to high performing markets.  Interns must monitor competitor actions that can adversely impact Delta’s revenues and make recommendations to management that minimize risk.  Must practice safety conscious behavior in all job processes and procedures.

Qualifications:

Must be a junior or senior and have successfully completed coursework in Airline Management and Accounting.  Knowledge of current industry events and airline route networks required.

Student should possess strong analytical, oral and written communications skills.  Must be capable of handling multiple projects simultaneously in a time sensative confidential environment.  Individual should be results oriented and capable of meeting deadlines with attention to detail and follow through. Candidates must have the ability to work well with others in a team environment under minimal supervision.  Proficiency with Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint is required.  Exposure to airline route planning software preferred, but not required.

GPA Requirement: 3.0 or better

Location: Delta Worldwide Headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia

Duration:  Fall, Spring or Summer Semester

Salary: TBD, assessed based on college credits earned

Benefits:  Standby space available travel in BusinessElite, First Class and Economy on Delta and Delta Connection flights worldwide.  Membership eligibility to Delta Community Credit Union.  Delta’s Atlanta campus includes an on-site fitness center with walking trails, dry cleaning services, Wal-Mart store, Emory Health Clinic, Starbucks and the Woolman Café food court.

Submit your cover letter and resume or to Carlin Clarke by e-mail at cclarke@uvu.edu. Applications for Spring Semester are due by November 25th, 2012; all applications for Summer are due by February, 2nd 2013.

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