Airport Operator

Environmental targets

Significant amounts of greenhouse gas and noise emissions are tied to air traffic. Optimized use of modern airspace and procedure design techniques can help airport operators, working with relevant stakeholders, to reduce emissions and progress down the path to meeting objectives.

Involving the entire community, including nearby residents, from the very beginning will help ensure success and avoid costly redesigns.

Capacity, Delays and Customer Experience Management

Airports are a critical part of the air transportation equation, but the interaction between airports, Air Traffic Management and airlines has typically been fragmented and unproductive. Effective collaboration between airport operators and other key stakeholders: the air traffic management organizations and the airlines, helps to ensure a win-win situation where airport capacity is properly defined and coordinated, information is effectively exchanged and mission-focused decisions are made. The information obtained through the collaboration processes can be used to pro-actively inform customers, thereby enhancing their experiences and increasing satisfaction.

UAVs

UAVs (drones) are appearing everywhere. Airports need to understand their nature and associated issues to properly determine policies.

Transportation Policy – Airports

Civil Aviation Authorities meeting ICAO commitments to implement the provisions of the Global Air Navigation Plan (GANP) and its Aviation System Block Upgrades (ASBUs). This requires an understanding of the complex relationships between national policy objectives, the operational objectives and the means to enable them through designs, procedures and technologies. In some cases, airport authorities are involved in acquiring or developing air navigation infrastructure elements such as approaches. We can help you to plan and implement cost effective solutions that are compliant and harmonized.

 

 

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