What the future of Airport Operational Databases looks like


Airport Operational Databases (AODB) are essential to managing critical airport data, including flight schedules, passenger information, gate assignments, baggage handling, security, aircraft movements, and more. But, rapid and sustained growth in air travel over the past decades has put many of these systems under stress. While AODBs enable airports to streamline operations, improve stakeholder communication, and enhance passenger experiences, traditional AODBs face several challenges, including: Data silos: Most airports operate multiple disparate systems, leading to data silos and inefficie...

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Improving mid-sized airports´ revenue and operational performance while boosting regional economies


While large airports often get the limelight, the significance of medium-sized airports to national and regional economies mustn´t be understated. Mid-sized airports play an existential role in connecting people and businesses to the broader economy, providing a lifeline to local communities.  But keeping the economy moving comes with its challenges. Mid-tier hubs struggle with managing growing yet fluctuating passenger flows and optimizing resources while operating on limited budgets. Operational efficiency and revenue maximization are critical to their survival as their larger counterpa...

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