Our latest White Paper takes a deep dive into some of the exciting automation technology being adopted at airport check-in and the ways in which airports and airlines can make use of smarter new technology solutions.
Are you ready to discover the direction check-in automation is moving in?
In our third and final blog in our series on airport automation we discuss the ways in which airports and airlines can make use of smarter new technology solutions. As referenced in our previous blogs Star Alliance has defined an approach to newer technology solutions that are now being introduced, shown in the graphic below, which focuses on:
As airports implement automated processes such as CUSS, SSBD and CUTE we want to take a look at the direction automation is moving in (see graphic below). Star Alliance has defined an approach to newer technology solutions that are now being introduced which focuses on:
The priority in summer 2022 has been rebuilding the workforce following the pandemic but in the medium-term airports should be planning for automation to improve operational efficiency and to build resilience into their operation. In the coming years automated technology is going to be a critical factor in providing increased capacity.
As we have discussed in our previous blogs demand forecasting and capacity planning rely on good data and expert analysis and interpretation of that data. AiQ Consulting are immersed in the whole operation to ensure we know every little detail to provide highly detailed analysis, insight and solutions.
As we have discussed in our previous blogs demand forecasting and capacity planning rely on good data, but they also rely on expert interpretation of that data. AiQ are immersed in the whole operation to ensure we know every detail to provide insight and solutions.
AiQ has built its’ consultancy expertise in Demand Forecasting and Capacity Planning over the past 15 years – working with constrained airports such as London Heathrow and Schiphol to fast expanding airports such as Bristol and Budapest. But as we start to see signs of recovery from the pandemic and travel opens up again, what is going wrong as our airports struggle to handle traffic volumes which are still well below their pre-March 2020 levels? (The ACI reported 66% in March 2022.) Why are airports around Europe struggling to recover full-service levels?
It’s been brilliant to see people travelling again but the challenges in restarting an industry that has been largely dormant for two years are clear. Airports Council International reported in March 2022 that air traffic volumes in Europe have recovered to 66% of pre-COVID pandemic levels.
Following the pandemic, airports are now well on the way to recovery. As flight demand increases and the industry starts to pick up pace again, are you confident your airport is ready? Here, we take a look at the top three priority areas where data analytics are helping to plan demand and model capacity.
From kerbside to airspace, airports are scaling up for the predicted summer ‘travel boom’ starting with the Easter holidays. Despite this positive outlook, uncertainties over future COVID variants and the effects of the Ukrainian war overshadow. Smart airport capacity planning will enable a growing but flexible operation, matching capacity needs with fluctuating passenger demand whilst preventing resource inefficiencies. Read More »
Preserving a strong experienced team, delivering a rich variety of kerbside to runway projects, innovating airport modelling, and advancing sustainable aviation have been AiQ proudest moments of 2021. As the year comes to an end, we take a moment to reflect on these key achievements and look forward to our exciting plans for 2022.
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