Dogadov Dmitry

Omsk (Russia)

Expert in ground handling management and development of airport activities

Education: 

In 2009 he graduated from Omsk State Technical University, on the specialty "Communication Facilities".

In 2016 he started atudy at the Saint-Petersburg State University of Civil Aviation, on the specialty "Organization of business processes in air transport."

He have been repeatedly trained and have safety certificate, as well as the sertificates on search and rescue, slot-coordination, civil defense and emergency situations.

OTHER ACTIVITIES: 

From 2004 to 2010 – the Dispatcher of the Operation Management Service at Omsk Airport JSC.

From 2010 to 2014 – the Senior Dispatcher of the Operation Management Service at Omsk Airport JSC.

From 2014 to 2018 – he was the Head of the Operation Management Service at Omsk Airport JSC.

Since 2018 to present – Project Manager of the Raedium Aero – the branch for the development of airport activities in the company "Raedium Investments".

From 2007 to 2014, worked in the representations at more than 10 airlines, including in business aviation.

Since 2014, he has been engaged in: projects for optimization and automation of business processes at Omsk Airport; optimization of operations and a reduction in ground service time for aircraft; increased efficiency of slot-coordination and analysis of regularity of flights; construction of an effective system of interaction of the airport with third-party interacting organizations, departments, state control bodies and ministries; projects on the development of general aviation.

The author of the Safety Manual, as well as the organizer and developer of the safety management system at Omsk Airport, as well as other regulatory regulations regarding the complex interaction, coordination and management of ground handling.

In 2016 and 2017, he was awarded three times with Honorary Diplomas and a Letter of Gratitude from the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Measures in the Omsk Region.

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