TOP Men in Aerospace & Aviation to Follow on LinkedIn 2022: 89. Sai Santosh Thota

89. Sai Santosh Thota

✈Consultant Revenue Management, Kuwait Airways

89. Sai Santosh Thota

Average Post Engagement: 15.6



What I use Linkedin for:

A great way to stay up to date with industry news, enhance my professional reputation indulging knowledge, credibility and leadership expertise and increase the visibility of me brand. Also an invaluable tool for job searches and recruitment and build connections in Aviation industry and to stay in touch with colleagues, past and present. LinkedIn has helped me grow professionally to reach and standout unique in the Industry. It made me visible to many Universities in India for sharing my knowledge.

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Who am I:

“To most people, the sky’s the limit, but the sky is my home as I love and belong to Aviation”
This is what inspires me every moment and made me write the same quote as my signature. Since my flight took off in my career, I have been working in Revenue Management and Network Planning – Majorly Airline commercial, the Heart of any Airline, like how blood is pumped into our bodies and purified, we pump revenues for the industry to survive. A diligent and responsible professional.

What I do:

A perseverant airline commercial professional with more than 9 years of experience in airline revenue management and network planning, demonstrating an exceptional record of advising, accomplishment, continuously setting myself good standards, and achieving quantifiable results, leading to complete understanding of the airline industry and the travel cycle. Profound industry knowledge and experience helped in assessing and analyzing not only the economic aspects of the airlines and airports and making the right decision at the right time in developing strategies considering and understanding the end-to-end processes within the commercial and operational coherence of an aviation enterprise.

Why you should follow me on Linkedin:

I’m a techno commercial person with a right combination of experience, qualification, and skills. Since my bachelors I’ve been a good team player and grew as a Leader during my Masters in organizing, leading, mentoring not only my batch mates, and but also took off my flight in the industry by making good projects. Out of which one was used by the Govt. My Industry specific master’s has developed an excellent eye for detail about Aviation and the loopholes in it and My Working experience and research orientation made me more cognizant of being competent in my Profession and in the Industry by collaborating and improving my expertise in Airline commercial inspiring peer’s in the industry , also for my juniors or someone who want to take aviation as a career and also share the same knowledge to Management students in few Universities in India. I’m delighted and proud to be for what I am today in my career.

Who I follow on Linkedin

My network has no boarders as sky, but I get inspired by people who is more into number, research and analysis and who believes in quality rather quantity ! Here are very few out of them whom I’m inspired and who are
Ahmed Abdelghany – Associate Dean for Research, David O’Maley College of Business at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Dr. Ahmed Abdelghany is a professor and associate dean in the David O’Maley College of Business, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. He is the author of the several books and a researcher, published in several journals.
Oliver Ranson- Airline revenue expert – speaker, consultant, adviser, mentor
Thought-provoking insight & analysis about how airlines earn revenue not available elsewhere, covering cabin & product economics, AI, machine learning, blockchain, loyalty, fintech & more
Vasuki Prasad
Sales Director- Embraer | Commercial Aviation-Architect of airline relevant solutions. Talks about air crafts, airlines and profitability


Sai’s Favorite Post

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One of my Favorite posts was about Flying cars – how cities can prepare for flying cars and smaller airports – which was a repost from World Economic Forum. I felt the post was informative and knowledge full about the technology raise about the aircrafts and they’re eco-friendly- with zero emissions, reducing congestion and pollution. And also can be operative from smaller airports which are not even 60% of heliports. Because of the raising demand for air transportation and infrastructure constraint, this would be a best option as air taxi..

Sai’s Successful Post

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My post about Air India was all about my excitement in sharing about the Govt.’s decision to privatize Air India. It was a trending news too.

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