Stand Planning Module for airports

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Standing Planning Module for Airports

The Stand Planning Modules provides airport operators access to an immediate visualization of flight arrive planning priorities. By understanding the quantity of passengers and assistance type an arrival flight possess an operator can take an informed decision where a arrive should be parked remotely vs connected based on SSR Codes. Informed decision making can influence positive affects on the wider operation including; resources and delays.

 

Benefits of Passenger the Stand Planning Modue

Relieve Operational Stresses

As an interconnected operation one informed decision can have positive effects on a multitude of connected resources

Faster Turnaround

Through prioritization and allocation of parking type based on passenger types a quicker turnaround benefits the airport, the airline and the passenger.

Tools unlocked with Stand Planning Module

View Arrival Flights with Passengers SSR Code volumes

Take an informed decision on how to park the flight based on the total number of passenger onboard and their respective SSR Codes.

View Arrival Flights by Passengers (confirmed)

Take an informed decision on how to park the flight based on the total confirmed number of passengers onboard and their respective SSR Codes.

View Arrival Flights by Passengers (unconfirmed)

Take an informed decision on how to park the flight based on the total number of unconfirmed passengers onboard and their respective SSR Codes.

See the Stand planner module running in an airport environment

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